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A quintet of shorts shines the horror lens on race relations and shouts the hearty arrival of new talent.
From a spate of art fairs to early 2020 program announcements and ticket offers for upcoming Festivals, we bring you the highlights of this week's arts news.
Escapist fun or oblivious contempt, Rachel Ward's film seems confused about its intentions, says Mel Campbell.
The industry mourns Jenny Woods, whose expertise helped sustain Australian documentary filmmaking.
Kriv Stenders' focused scope makes this an intense viewing experience, writes Anthony Morris.
30-years of shaping disability access programming for America's largest cultural institutions brings lessons for change and a strong read on today's shifting tides.
An elegant portrait of Adam Goodes was the best MIFF opener in years ahead of its national release.
Films for kids and Big Boys dominate, but adults went for La Binoche and Soccer this weekend.
Film festivals are an endurance test but there are techniques to ensure you get the most out of the opportunity.
MIFF 2019 opens with The Australian Dream, the documentary centred around Adam Goodes which was the perfect film for our times.
Opinions & Analysis
Australian director Claire McCarthy is back with Ophelia while we discover that Fast and Furious: Hobbs and Shaw is so daft it is a delight.
Cinema's first female filmmaker was a prolific international talent, but remains unknown. This brisk entertaining documentary addresses that problem.
Australian director Claire McCarthy restores agency to the tragic heroine in this campy yet gorgeous adaptation, writes Mel Campbell.
Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham strut their stuff in this ludicrously fun Diesel-free spinoff.
The Lion King, which is really a coming of age film about a medieval princeling, has the market pinned to the wall.
Dutch actor Rutger Hauer was used as a handy pantherish hood but was also an artist of stunning intensity. This is surely his best moment.
Jungle Entertainment goes into film production, which is a chance to find out how the multi-headed company actually thinks. Jason Burrows is the touch point.
Asif Kapadia’s new documentary separates the on-field God from the very human man, writes Anthony Morris.
John Moore's life says so much about the evolution of independent documentary in Australia and the qualities of its people.
Hostile to Australian films? The good folk of Winton want a word with you.
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