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For once, Australian films are having an impact on the North American market as Dressmaker and Girl Asleep twang a few heartstrings.
The Darwin International Film Festival showcases a screen community which offers a lot more than crocs and country, dingbats and desolation.
Caution seems to work for releases at the moment, as gung ho is punished across the multiplexes.
How do you have a film festival when you don't have a festival? You Go Rogue, silly.
Spin Out spun across the nation's screens. We are hoping a teen holiday audience picks it up, because the adults are pretty resistant.
Screenings at the Toronto Film Festival are a considerable compliment to Joe Cinque's Consolation. How did they play out?
After Predestination, the Spierig Brothers' Winchester is confirmed for Melbourne's Docklands with post-production in Queensland. And Helen Mirren is coming to town.
After solving a very old detective story about television rights, Lingo Productions is tucked up with Endemol Shine to make its first substantial show.
Girl Asleep takes uncertain steps into its place in history, at the very least as an inventive picture that challenges a few norms.
Could Lion be Shine Two? There really was a rapturous reception for Lion in Toronto, and serious discussion about the Oscars.
Moving from teen theatre to a fine feature, Girl Asleep blows a friendly raspberry at conventional Australian cinema. It was a journey full of joy.
Publishers and film sets are ramping up security as it becomes harder to avoid spoilers.
The power of a deal is always in the cast and Australian Claire McCarthy has a fine trio, organised through SixtyFourSixty Productions.
In a dead time for local films (see them at the AFI) Girl Asleep is about to hit the screens, while Down Under has been pushed into a shallow grave. It will be back for Xmas.
Hacksaw Ridge lumbers into public gaze, with a face which could curdle AACTA milk while it walks off with the whole bottle.
In a grim moment for the Melbourne screen community, sound recordist Jock Healey has died suddenly.
Key Message in Village Roadshow Limited’s Investor Presentation? In big, bold letters, PEOPLE WILL ALWAYS WANT TO GO OUT.
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Over the years, Mushroom has hit the nation's nerve endings with Chopper and Molly. Maybe, just maybe, Boys in the Trees will join them.
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