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Oscar afficionado Grace Boschetti faces the reality of the Oscars - flawed, doomed, trite, fascinating and horridly predictable all at the same time.
Screen Australia's Indigenous Dept and New Zealand Film Commission call for submissions to short film anthology collection.
QAGOMA, ACMI, Palace hook the cinema tragics while Undermined defends The Kimberley.
A new one-off party event in April solves the problem of not having another festival to premiere latest investment fund features.
Natalie Portman sings Sia's songs in this boldly stylised and intellectually ambitious film about pop music.
In the age of Netflix bloat, Neil Jordan's latest is a refreshing breath of fresh air, with just enough surprise mixed with cliche.
Real estate is said to be all about location, but maybe it is all about the art? Melbourne artist Rone gives life to an art deco past.
Bits & Blogs
Green Book, The Favourite, Stan and Ollie, What Men Want, Wandering Earth - all have their lessons at the world box office.
Rolling out the most intense, most venal, most undignified cultural prize in the English-speaking world. Also the most addictive, and most publicised.
Decay, rebirth or both? Alita has a healthy audience, a certain youthful innocence and the contradictory energy of James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez.
With a confirmed date to anchor November's schedule in Brisbane, APSA stops to celebrate the number of Oscar nominees who appeared in APSA 2018.
Soaked in the authentic gravity of German audiences on Potsdamerplatz, Sarah Ward assesses the Australian impact in 2019.
In a really wide open field, we risk Screenhub's reputation with some firm predictions. Will we be humiliated by Monday night? Will you outguess us? Let the game begin.
Fighting injustice and questioning the media are key drivers for this documentary filmmaker's latest work set in Australia's remote north west.
This Netflix feature shot on iPhone and set in the world of American basketball may baffle or intrigue.
Two theatre companies working with actors with intellectual disabilities move into film. The experience is illuminating for everyone.
Drawing inspiration from Miranda July and Mike Leigh, experimental filmmaker Angie Black discusses her improvisational processes and the importance of working in 'the fear space'.
A slow weekend as fans wait breathlessly for the Oscars next Monday. Alita is the only really big, noisy English language film around so more refined chancers have their fingers crossed.
These Valentine releases celebrate lovers of love, black comedy, grim hope, frozen horizons, fake physics and simple gore.
Swooningly romantic in a way few films dare to be these days, this one soars high and dives deep.
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