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Leigh Whannell and James Wan are working back in Australia - at the opposite ends of the country and the budget spectrum too.
The distinction between the high art nude and the dark alley pornographer has been replaced by an appreciation of multicultural erotic art and porn as therapy.
Each year the AACTA's does an international competition, which helps to claim some attention as an Oscar predictor. Here is the list.
Oscar race gets glummer though hope springs eternal, while the broadcaster critics bring bandaids for Mel Gibson.
All that glitter for Hacksaw Ridge has translated into box office cash.
Sundance was looking bare for a while for Australians, but has popped out a few pearlers to send some happy faces to Utah.
Revelations this week about the filming of The Last Tango in Paris raise broader issues for the ethics of hoodwinking actors to force them to 'feel not act'.
A book, film, or painting may be just the prescription you need to overcome anxiety, grief, depression, lethargy or ordinary unhappiness.
The tenth annual APSA Awards in Brisbane crown a decade of bureaucratic uncertainty in a grand merry-go-round of sideways shuffles.
If a casting director needs to cast an able-bodied actor to play a disabled character much of the blame lies with drama schools.
Has the nation revolted against the appalling injustice meted out to The Menkoff Method? No.
Lion has six nominations. What about Hacksaw Ridge?
Shortland and Berlin Syndrome are in the international section for Sundance 2017.
Melbourne's Monsterfest celebrates those films you are ashamed to love but don't feel dirty about - it is an indy screamfest.
Last announcements for the calendar year, with Felix Media, Playmaker, Unicorn, Essential, Goalpost, Matchbox, Pictures in Paradise and Jonathan Shiff.
Lion is on its way in the US. Will we see it gather momentum? Will The Dressmaker be a stocking filler or has digital killed the physical Santa?
Behind the Dressmaker success, producer Sue Maslin remembers 'thousands and thousands of decisions, both micro and macro, that get made over the seven years leading up to this first week.'
Rule number one for a successful family film: you have to like them. Just like Seph McKenna at Roadshow.
Melbourne's Docklands will host the ultimate mashup of zany exhibition ideas with cars, under the stars, on the roof. It may be a world first.
The Light Between Oceans continues to sustain our reputation for liking arthouse films more than anyone else. At least if the pics are in English.
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