The Sundance 2017 sensation 78/52 examines the intricate brilliance and lasting impact of the greatest sequence in cinematic history - the shower stall death of Marion Crane in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (Click here)
Albania's first horror outing comes via Australian director Steven Kastrissios, who follows up his debut The Horseman with a new spin on a centuries-old Eastern European legend (Click here)
Director Gore Verbinski delivers a shocker, but not the kind you think, with A Cure for Wellness, a title as pretentious and nonsensical as the rest of this mega-misfire (Click here)
With her latest film The Bedroom about to have its US premiere at the prestigious CineKink Film Festival, Anna Brownfield considers her role as the leading advocate for feminist pornography and ethical erotica in Australia (Click here)
CANNES 2016: Writer/director Nicole Garcia sat with SCREEN-SPACE in a tent off The Croisette following the Cannes premiere of From the Land of The Moon to talk about Marion Cotillard, the strength of a woman's passion and that sex scene (Click here)
One of Australia's most revered directing talents, Rachel Perkins has undertaken the daunting task of bring cinematic life to a home grown literary phenomenon, Jasper Jone (Click here)
New Zealand filmmaker Darcy Gladwin explores the relationship between the internet, religion and elephants in his head-scratching psych-out, Godplex (Click here)
On the cusp of stardom, actress Jenny Wu talks about craft, career and seeking works, like Kriv Stenders' Australia Day and the Sydney Theatre Co.'s production of Chimerica, that deconstruct stereotypes (click here).
Alankrita Shrivastava's pro-feminist comedy/drama Lipstick Under My Burkha has incurred the patriarchal wrath of the Indian censorship establishment (Click here).
An official photo of the cast on the set of Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant has set the internet on fire and poses the question, "Just what do we know about one of the most anticipated films of 2017?" (Click here)