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Lion purrs in UK, paces den in US, has become part of life in Australia.
A Melbourne artist has challenged the dominant myth of Hanging Rock by raising uncomfortable questions about actual losses and traumas.
From development hell to sweet victory with Sundance reviews, Joe Weatherstone and Lisa Shaunessy seize the day.
It is impossible to stop Tropfest, though the gods of chance and chaos and funding have tried. This year the whole thing has been physically transplanted.
A new smart phone app will allow cinema goers to pay less to see less popular films, so tentpole films can cost more than local indies.
Lion has taken at least $62m around the world and is about to beat La La Land in Australia.
Garth Davis, director of Lion, has the Directors' Guild of America award for best first time feature director.
Far from the cold touch of official approval, nine diverse Chinese films by emerging directors slip into a campus-based festival tour as they vie for the Golden Koala Awards.
Kitty Green scores a triumph for Casting JonBenet, the streaming services go into a feeding frenzy, and Red Dog gets a few reviews.
From the SAGS and back to the Golden Globes, life is not so good for the Australian contenders in the major categories.
The Lion results are just peachy as the picture turns into the little bulldozer that can.
Antony I. Ginnane, addicted to numbers, explains why the overseas box office for Australian films is better than we think. Even for Gods of Egypt.
Some key nominations for Lion and Hacksaw Ridge as field is flooded by La La Land. Pretty well as the pundits were suggesting. But Tanna is one out of the box.
Lion is turning into a monster, but in the best possible way. $30m in box office around the world.
CGI is close to being indistinguishable from the real thing. Could actors find themselves auditioning against a dead or imaginary competitor?
The Killing Ground is on the rampage, Berlin Syndrome fights projection horror and True Blue is asleep on the couch.
Full houses on first afternoon, a standing ovation at the latest Q&A and the perfect opening date - Lion is making history.
China's new attempt to censor online film reviewers is packaged as the Seven Conventions of Good Reviewing. It's a Party Line that will have film investors in China nervous.
The Berlinale's peculiar affair with Australian cinema continues in 2017, with a single film on the main program but honour in the young people's festival.
Flickerfest confirms one Australian short as a favourite, and offers some fresh stories and faces to the limelight.
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