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10 Jul 2014
Any affection afforded the average end product is culturally specific in this generic Icelandic comedy.
09 Jul 2014
AMP are handing out grants of between $10k and $100k to creative types. $1m is up for grabs.
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The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) proudly presents the 2014 season of Fashion on Film.
We can now see how the late summer crop of Australian films has played out, as they linger on low averages. Not pretty.
Tropfest Australia today reveal a further addition to the line-up of Tropfest Roughcut on July 26th in Sydney.
The film is about "a group of good looking people go somewhere they shouldn’t be going and get killed."
The MIFF launch: screen sector, festival politics, the deep passions of the city in the fake glam of the club beneath the Forum.
To be George Takei is to create a legacy that radiates warmth, rallies for change, and exceeds his entertainment impact.
Eschewing the scientific slant in everything but context, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is a war movie, plain and simple.
Pixar, LucasFilm’s Industrial Light & Magic, and DreamWorks Animation have been named. Steve Jobs looms large.
Entries are now open for the prestigious Screen Producers Australia Awards taking place at the Palladium at Crown in Melbourne.
A career survey of the works of Yang Fudong will open at ACMI on December 4.
How the EU forced the Valencia government to shutter a giant studio complex on the grounds that it distorts competition.
08 Jul 2014
Chinese painting and Western film noir are among the influences on a major film and installation artist to exhibit at ACMI.
A well-worn idea inspires a film made with earnestness and remains equally amusing and sorrowful in the process.
Two art forms battle it out in a new film from one of Australia's most successful directors, Fred Schepisi.
07 Jul 2014
The film features a decaying Rome filled with inhabitants who wallow in debauchery and superficial, luxurious lifestyles.
PwC, aka The Oracle, has spoken about the future of the industry. It is more of the same than we would expect..
One of the best things about the film is its portrayal of an ‘anti-action’ hero acting against his own nature.
With pop sensibilities that purposefully arouse attention, Wetlands‘ provocative content is playfully packaged.
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