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Fortissimo, a prime arthouse sales agent active in Australia and Asia, has filed for voluntary bankruptcy in the Netherlands. It is not the only one.
A film comedy. Hot button issues. Some great jokes. Substantial actors. Bags of passion. What happened to Down Under?
Melanie Sandford has been teaching editing in Myanmar for ten years. The results are in the Toronto International Film Festival.
We offer this to you as a sign of the times.
Event of the week is Bruna Papandrea in Sydney. And Indonesians in Melbourne. Add your own.
Australia's alleged film of the year remains invisible until it opens in Toronto while The Piano pops up, with short film Trespass.
While very little is happening in the Brand Australia part of the national box office this week, local glory has been scored through an outrageous export.
Mirrah Ffoulkes, Luci Schroder and Aggelos Papantoniou take the key domestic awards with three completely different worlds and sense of cinema.
Tom Horn, Philippa Campey, Jamie Houge - three to pitch in post-Brexit London.
From straight reversioning to simultaneous development, Australian cinema is slowly embracing adaptation.
How to hide from the Olympics, Shine is twenty years old, Johnnie To hits Adelaide...
Three films to catch before they go, very very soon. Including Goldstone, surely a picture to learn from and discuss.
Tucked into this list is Anne Richey, once a key part of the ScreenHub crew, nominated for her script for the ultra-low budget community feature The Weatherman's Umbrella.
First night, world premiere, first time director - MIFF asks the huge questions about time and experience to launch the 2016 festival.
Goldstone may glitter, but audiences are heading off to... ? instead. Staying home, I fear.
Behind the excited festival crowds, in the darkest corner, is the Hidden King of projectors. In Melbourne, his name is David Thomas.
There's an excellent new prize for women writers, a national roadshow by SPA to non-bitey parts of Australia, and a heap of good lectures at MIFF.
At the back of every good documentary filmmaker's mind is the possibility of a law suit. This is what it feels like to fight for everything you own in the world.
William Marshall hauled a new name from his family past to become Bill Marshall- Stoneking, and ultimately Billy, to create the rhythm by which he is called.
It's feelgood v feelgood as four good-hearted films line up to compete for a country prize which is four times the Stawell Gift.
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