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31 Jul 2015
The Melbourne International Film Festival launches immediately into deep stuff and defiant purity. Paul Cox takes the screen.
Gruesome sights in front of fascinated Hollywood.
Around The Web
30 Jul 2015
Film producers know the exhibition landscape is getting steadily worse. Screen Australia collates the figures to show why.
Both a personal portrait and a picture of marriage in microcosm, this is a tale about the complexity of love and life long-term.
Toronto, Venice.. Australian films hit the wide, open road.
29 Jul 2015
The meticulous psychological dissection this powerful yet delicate film accomplishes can't be underestimated, nor can its impact.
28 Jul 2015
Has NZ done a Scroz and mashed the independent agencies together? Don't jump to conclusions.
This true crime documentary is as much an examination of the environment that facilitated the case at hand as it is a horror film.
24 Jul 2015
Writers never care about awards. They just want their own imaginary friends to have voices of their own. Here are a bunch of the best.
23 Jul 2015
The National Film and Sound Archive is joining with the National Portrait Gallery to finally unveil secrets of its stills collection.
Jason Schwartzman does what he does best in this light, slight, comedic portrait of slacker quirkiness.
22 Jul 2015
ACMI believes it is the first in the world to appoint a Chief eXperience Officer, a position designed to reimagine the museum visit for the digital age.
An unsettling, urgent examination of a small town infiltrated by unwanted ideology, made all the more so by its evenhandedness.
Patience, immunity from embarrassment and a passion for authenticity are key ob-doc skills - but are also valuable in a more cynical marketplace.
21 Jul 2015
Stories I Want to Tell You in Person reminds us that performance and story telling are profound acts of intimacy.
Almost 10,000 Victorians have contributed ideas to grow Victoria's creative industries.
Science fiction gets saddled with action thrills - and old parts with shiny new packaging - with varied results.
Meditate on props in a hyperreal universe and you enter a philosophical journey from Gandalf to fake money and the US Feds.
Despite the wittering about clothes, the Kidman Supermom is sweetly depicted in the World According to Vogue.
This Icelandic drama doesn't shy away from bleak circumstances, yet in dark, dour moments, hope and humour springs.
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