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30 Jan 2015
The AACTA Awards are an artifice that is supposed to pay off in the living rooms of the nation. What did it look like on the teev?
It’s a family not an industry; that was the feeling last night at the AACTAs.
29 Jan 2015
Looks like a quiet year for the Australians at Sundance, though audiences were said to be supportive.
Passion rather than insight drives this fan-oriented, surface-level tribute to a short-lived music movement.
28 Jan 2015
ABC on a roll, Tenderness abounds, and The Lego snub still hurts.
Around The Web
27 Jan 2015
The drizzle may have put a dampener on the dazzle, but there was little that could take the shine off today’s AACTA Craft Awards
The central performance is anything but standard, even if much of the rest of the film sticks with biopic conventions.
If you want clues to the red carpet event on Thursday, this is not going to help.
The Australia Day Honours list combines the great and the good, the raffish and the hilarious, the patient and the joyful. They are a pleasure to explore.
23 Jan 2015
MEAA launches campaign to stop government removing regulation of foreign actors and crews.
22 Jan 2015
The National Film and Sound Archive starts to redefine its wider cultural role, with a call for Expressions of Interest in the ARC Cinema.
Catherine Bates will be the new International Relations Manager (Incentives) for the NZFC.
Cliches and cobbled-together familiar elements drive the latest big-screen wedding comedy of many.
21 Jan 2015
Self-understanding often comes from looking outside the self, through the lens of a filmmaker or the eye of an artist.
Opinions & Analysis
The dominance of white male actors and directors in the 2015 Oscar nominations is drawing the ire of fans.
The crew on the BBC's Wolf Hall had fun shooting by candlelight but probably wanted to set fire to the tourists.
If the narrative doesn't provide all the signposts, the visuals will, as The Salvation writes a love letter to the western genre.
20 Jan 2015
The year is heating up with program announcements in theatre, film, music, visual arts and a big night out for Melbourne.
19 Jan 2015
Paper Planes may be a gentle kids' film, but it has roared out of its box and is leaving rubber on the highway to heaven.
Four days of rain, six days of sun, ten days of snappy shorts to the sound of waves - Flickerfest is surely a cultural icon.
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