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21 Nov 2014
A man of true and distinctive ability, the 83 year old Nichols was working in theatre two years ago.
Around The Web
The Wellington City Council bowed to WETA pressure and allowed flying rights for firebreathing reptiles just for Disney.
Screen Australia (mildly) contemplates a white label future
A standard arc of redemption may sit at the centre of The Dark Horse, but the earnest biopic exceeds any semblance of formula.
The iconic and inimitable Sion Sono applies his particular talents to a ridiculous and riveting underworld opera of sorts.
20 Nov 2014
The latest instalment in the dystopian series may be abrupt by design, but it is also insightful, intelligent and immersive.
In which a pride of producers turn out to be an island of sanity in a world of steel-eyed gambling men..
Does Whiplash, the new film by American Damien Chazelle, glorify or denounce the behaviour of an obsessive teacher?
Opinions & Analysis
17 Nov 2014
Phillip Adams gave a pearler of a speech about the political realities of the screen sector. Here is the transcript.
Creative arts offers skills business wants but entrepreneurial artists need to understand the differences to make the leap.
Arts managers are an important part of the sector but they are kidding themselves if they think they are artists.
Do you need a degree in media if you want to work in the film or television industries?
16 Nov 2014
In a country that spends $3.6b/year on cosmetics, we spend $837m on drama production. Important but not overwhelming.
14 Nov 2014
Combining workplace malaise and military monotony into an equally thoughtful and funny look at women in the Israeli army.
The Screen Music Awards, courtesy of APRA AMCOS and the AGSC mostly spread the love, and covers disappointment with good music.
The Pram Factory actor, who also appeared in such classic films as Mad Max and Monkey Grip, has died aged 67.
13 Nov 2014
Part documentary, part promotion for the exhibition of the same name, David Bowie Is leaves audiences wanting more.
12 Nov 2014
What this crime thriller lacks in density and surprise, it boasts in mood and performances.
Impressive in scope, scale and ambition, Carriageworks in the heart of Sydney’s Redfern continues the consolidation and growth of its formidable artistic program in 2015, cementing its place as a nationally unique and significant multi-arts institution.
Ideally we would have no need for festivals that promote women in film, as we would already give them the due time and respect.
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