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27 Nov 2015
APSA 2015 gave Spear and Stephen Page a small space in a special mention, while Best Feature went to an extraordinary Thai.
What does success mean for an Enterprise recipient? Wildbear, Matchbox and Playmaker have different answers.
The strategies behind casting a film are full of debate, contradictions and grim realism. So how can you get a great cast and avoid the pitfalls?
Gayby Baby, The War that Changed Us, Uranium - Twisting the Dragon's Tail.... ATOM honours the year's best.
26 Nov 2015
The Australian Film, Television and Radio School has just started an online skills survey which could change its role in the sector.
Resurrected, refurbished and reloved, the Hayden Orpheum turns 80. Hola!
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'But as an experienced woman you do have more stories to tell. There are different layers inside you that you can explore. There’s a freedom that is coming with age because your values are changing...'
A growing niche screen program at Riverside Theatres is championing Australian independent film.
25 Nov 2015
Iranian one-night journey Atomic Heart veers, stops and starts across its careening voyage, yet never loses its path or its point.
24 Nov 2015
To capture teens and tween audiences, we need to know how they see the world. The research results are often poignant.
Now dead at 86, Saeed Jaffrey was an early actor from the Other Side of the Empire. Al-Jazeera has a tribute..
First announcements of midnight flicks at Sundance have nothing from Australia or New Zealand.
Excellent aphorisms and a heap of wit - why is this the only coverage so far?
Time to call him Mr Edgerton.
Surprises are few and broad all-ages attempts at humour reigns in this animated follow-up.
23 Nov 2015
Getting on for a million Australians have paid actual cash to see The Dressmaker.
We have to face the possibility that Real Australian Men have quite liked it too.
Textured performances help flesh out this familiar yet fluid rehash of a famous cyclist's rise and fall.
This star-is-born portrait both adheres to the underdog template and expresses the troubles haunting its subject and his homeland.
19 Nov 2015
A dystopian franchise wraps up with a fitting statement and star performance, as well as grimness and a protracted finale.
Mark Dreyfus and Mitch Fifield faced each other in a Dad and Dave moment orchstrated by Screen Producers Australia - with no immediate political results.
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