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From Warsaw to Kyoto via Gaza, festivals take us towards Xmas.
Joe Cinque still there as Hacksaw Ridge at three on main board.
Best feature score this year went to Antony Partos and Matteo Zingales for an American independent film, 99 Homes.
Hacksaw Ridge does sprightly business while Joe Cinque hangs on stubbornly to its bit of the battlefield.
Good little films are dying in a ditch. There is no justice.
The Republican nominee joins a long line of public figures whose big personalities make them gift fodder for satirists.
Arclight and the South Australian Film Corporation agree to develop up to three new genre pictures, with no prior experience for the writers.
AACTA 2016 had a record range of nominees but closed down around six titles, including only one unrespectable indy.
Janet Patterson, who specialised in design work on period films, has died far from the spotlight in her native Australia.
Looking at some low Australian figures, we explore the dark ends of arthouse, where brilliance goes to die before modern audiences.
Andrea Buck is a tenacious and highly experienced filmmaker. She has put out a blinder of a TedX speech.
Boys in the Trees is carrying the flag for magic realism, which may be changing the game for Australian cinema.
Joe Cinque's Consolation is said to be attracting audiences on its fourteen screens, though there are no official figures.
Australians are now entirely absent from the top twenty in either the full or limited lists. We've seen a melancholy list of departures.
One of the world's most inspiring and complete cinema auteurs is bottled for an intense restrospective to travel Australia.
For once, Australian films are having an impact on the North American market as Dressmaker and Girl Asleep twang a few heartstrings.
The Darwin International Film Festival showcases a screen community which offers a lot more than crocs and country, dingbats and desolation.
Caution seems to work for releases at the moment, as gung ho is punished across the multiplexes.
How do you have a film festival when you don't have a festival? You Go Rogue, silly.
Spin Out spun across the nation's screens. We are hoping a teen holiday audience picks it up, because the adults are pretty resistant.
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