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24 Dec 2014
Hoyts Group bought by Chinese former government official and property magnate.
The life and works of Alan Turing furnish a handsome but old-fashioned biopic, one heavy on emotion but light on detail.
23 Dec 2014
Words fail us. Just read it.
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For Australia, this is the lull before the storm, as we wait for December 26, to clean out the old and rush in with the new.
22 projects, including 18 features, 2 TV series, and 2 industry placements. All for $434,600.
Screen NSW has decided its 2015 Aurora teams, which reveal an endearing trend to theatricality.
22 Dec 2014
Rusty wants to come home, and directing is the way.
Lots of modest incomes in the industrial cabbage patch, interspersed with some acres of lettuce.
This silly animated spin-off does what what a hijinks-heavy, hyperactive feature-length cartoon should.
19 Dec 2014
Variance in perspective is tempered by neatness in construction in Russell Crowe's first directorial effort.
The last tranche of documentary investments under the old guidelines has now entered the history books.
An ingenious documentary maker grabs a market opportunity bringing art out of the gallery to cinemas around the world.
18 Dec 2014
Another twelve months of watching the world through the filter of film has almost come to an end.
Favouring spectacle and special effects once more, Peter Jackson brings his journey through Middle Earth to an unsatisfying end.
What lies behind the three picture deal between Tass, Parker and Andreacchio for Chinese co-productions?
17 Dec 2014
'The grace of billionaires is not a great business model on which to hang the hopes of an art form.'
From a Chinese Lion to the smallest Hobbit, the one ring that binds all cinema is the box office.
Bill Murray drives the show and saves the day in this well-worn, feel-good, odd-couple comedy of acceptance.
16 Dec 2014
The reunion of director Zhang Yimou and actress Gong Li is just one of many in elegant but melodramatic historical romance.
A week doesn’t go by without a special interest film festival somewhere. How do they all make a go of it?
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