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21 Jul 2016
Book on CAA puts an armour-plated periscope into a crocodile pit.
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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.
An exploration of the book that brought together two film greats, and a manifestation of the passion that cinema inspires.
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.
The third instalment in the sci-fi reboot series delivers a visually impressive dose of upbeat but unsurprising nostalgia.
Norway's first disaster film brings well-earned emotion and depth to its man-versus-nature thrills.
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.
Wilderpeople climbs but Goldstone runs out of rocket fuel.
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.
Key names collide again from Afghanistan to the bottom of a whisky bottle.
Stepping back into paranormal elimination territory proves relevant, irreverent, anarchic and delightful.
Crossed fingers throughout the screen industry as it confronts the ugly problem of gender inequality with $3m to fund new projects.
A glorious feast of gorgeous sights and gleeful insights.
Goldstone is out on 42 screens, and did okay.
11 Jul 2016
Must keep the European certificate! 'Brexit has made everything 10% tougher, but it’s the 10% that could make a big difference.'
Artist Laurie Anderson explores life, loss, and her affection for her pet pooch in this striking stream-of-consciousness effort.
A minesweeping drama set at the end of the Second World War, Land of Mine proves a combination of care, force and resonance.
08 Jul 2016
Vanity Fair profile runs off the rails, makes Australians reach for cricket bats, is not as bad as Twitter thinks.
a clichéd spy movie that is itself almost an act of treason.
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