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One new to brighten up the weekend but there are still some fine films on more limited release.
Adrian Martin examines two very different films about culture. Both are in the running for Sydney Film Festival's Documentary Australia Foundation Award.
Glenn Dunks was there to watch the new Australian film Palm Beach, live through the speeches and spot the celebs.
A rich, detailed world of female friendship and a waning party vibe are key pleasures in Sophie Hyde's latest feature.
Around the world Godzilla beats Rocketman, but not here. We like our movies tuneful. Top End Wedding is trudging towards $4m but goes in hope.
Screens, projectors, frame rates - the evolution of the cinema races ahead.
Aboriginal art in NYC, success at Perth Festival, objections to proposed amalgamation of WA orgs, and new projects for Barangaroo, Tate, Tasmania are this week's hot conversations.
How do critically successful foreign films do in the US? The question is highlighted by Bong Joon-ho, who has made five films released in North America.
Opinions & Analysis
In a quiet festival, the US film press looks for evidence for the decline of Cannes.
Quite by chance, our TV picks are dominated by fierce femmes in Wentworth, Killing Eve, The Handmaid's Tale and The Letdown.
Revelling in the pure emotionalism of the stage musical, Mel Campbell is singing along to this Elton John biopic.
Give us the giant city-smashing creatures we're here for - and less of the puny human drama, says Anthony Morris.
Is it a movement or a right? A disability-led panel takes the pulse on aligning rhetoric and action when it comes to inclusivity and equality.
We match our reviews to the box office results, while the tentpoles are getting smarter treatment by exhibitors and 2040 travels in hope.
Bertolt Brecht, Acute Misfortune, 2040, Curse of the Weeping Woman and Cold Sweat - a good list after a tentpole frenzy.
In the age of #MeToo, Ivo van Hove’s adaptation of the Hollywood classic feels dated despite splendid performances.
Is the sector morphing into sharper, scarier and more surprising, powered by excellent performances? Here's some hints.
In this enviro doc Damon Gameau looks to the future and envisions a better world for his daughter.
Acute Misfortune recreates the relationship between avant-grunge artist Adam Cullen, his biographer and a haunting feast of outrageous lies.
Returns dropped by $2m this weekend, all from the non-blockbuster pictures. We try to prove that election night is to blame.
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