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Sunday
Dec092018

FEATURES / PREVIEW: 2019 SCREENWAVE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

2019 SWIFF: Things suddenly look very cool in Coffs Harbour come mid-January, when the stunning cinema selections of the 2019 Screenwave International Film Festival offer respite from the heat and humidity of the Australain summer (Click here

Thursday
Dec062018

FEATURES / WHY PINOY BOY FROM OZ MATTHEW VICTOR PASTOR IS LOCAL INDIE SECTOR'S M.V.P.

2018 MONSTER FEST: The World Premiere of MAGANDI! Pinoy Boy vs Milk Man at Monster Fest 2018 reminded the Australian indie film sector just what an adrenalin shot of personality and talent director Matthew Victor Pastor really is (Click here; pictured, left, with Screen-Space editor Simon Foster )

Thursday
Dec062018

INDUSTRY / SIX AUSTRALIAN FILMS ANNOUNCED IN SUNDANCE 2019 ROSTER

SUNDANCE 2019: Six Australian films will represent the local sector at Robert Redford's high altitude mecca for indie cinema (Click here)

Friday
Nov302018

WORLD CINEMA / ELEVEN NATIONAL FILM SECTORS RECOGNISED IN APSA 2018 HONOURS

The Asia Pacific Screen Award's jury members found lots to love in the 2018 nominees, with industries in Iran, Indonesia and Turkey among the eleven to have earned trophies at the 12th annual awards ceremony (Click here)

Thursday
Nov292018

REVIEWS / FIRST LIGHT

2018 MONSTER FEST: The US-shot, Canadian-produced sci-fier First Light puts a millenial spin on one of Steven Spielberg's most revered works, paying heartfelt respect to the genre and one of its greatest visionaries in doing so (Click here)

Tuesday
Nov272018

BLOG / HEAVY METAL, ALIEN ROMANCE AND KILLER FAIRIES AMONGST MONSTER FEST HONOREES

2018 MONSTER FEST: Four days of chilling, thrilling genre cinema culmiated with feature film awards given to productions from Sweden, America and Australia, as Monster Fest VII wraps (Click here)

Friday
Nov232018

REVIEWS / NIGHTMARE CINEMA

2018 MONSTER FEST: The words 'horror anthology' usually strike fear into the hearts of genre fans, but a new film featuring the directorial talent of Joe Dante, Mick garris and David Slade, to name just a few, may just break the curse (Click here)

Friday
Nov232018

HORROR / DEVIL WOMAN: THE HEIDI LEE DOUGLAS INTERVIEW

2018 MONSTER FEST: The Australian premiere of a new local horror short announces Heidi Lee Douglas as the director to take down Jason Blum and all those like him who don't believe women have what it takes to make great horror (Click here)

Monday
Nov192018

WORLD CINEMA / JAPAN, PRC LEAD NOMINEES FOR 2018 ASIA PACIFIC SCREEN AWARDS

2018 ASIA PACIFIC SCREEN AWARDS: Kore-Eda Hirokazu’s Palme d’Or winner Shoplifters leads a field of 46 films from 22 countries vying for this year's APSA honours (Click here).

Saturday
Nov172018

FEATURES / STAR WARS IDENTITIES: THE LAELA FRENCH INTERVIEW

The Australian leg of the internationally-acclaimed STAR WARS Identities exhibition opens at Sydney's Powerhouse Museum, with Laela French, Director of Archives at the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, in the Harbour City for the launch (Click here

Friday
Nov162018

HORROR / PREVIEW: MONSTER FEST VII: THE HOMECOMING

2018 MONSTER FEST VII: THE HOMECOMING: Four days of sanity-straining celluloid is set to unfold with the latest incarnation of Australia's premiere horror/fantasy film event, Monster Fest, launching on November 22 (Click here

Wednesday
Nov142018

REVIEWS / LETO (SUMMER)

2018 RUSSIAN RESURRECTION FILM FESTIVAL: The post-punk Leningrad music scene of the early '80s is brought pulsatingly to life in Kirill Serebrennikov's romantic rock'n'roll biopic, Leto, starring Teo Yoo (pictured, left) as iconic Kino frontman Viktor Tsoi (Click here

Wednesday
Nov072018

FEATURES / PREVIEW: 2018 VETERANS FILM FESTIVAL

2018 VETERANS FILM FESTIVAL: Five feature films, including Opening Night event pic Journey's End starring Sam Claflin (pictured, left), will honour those that have fought and suffered through the horrors of human conflict (Click here

Wednesday
Oct312018

REVIEWS / THE SOUL CONDUCTOR

2018 RUSSIAN RESURRECTION FILM FESTIVAL: Aleksandra Bortich delivers a star-making turn as the conduit to past memories, supernatural souls and demonic possessors in Iliya S Maksimov's slick, scary, engaging thriller (Click here)

Monday
Oct222018

REVIEWS / SPITFIRE

2018 VETERANS FILM FESTIVAL: Guest Columnist ADAM LUNNEY (pictured, left) is the author of Ready to Strike, a stirring and detailed account of the Australian Spitfire squadron who flew the Normandy battlefront. He casts an expert's eye over the new British documentary, Spitfire, ahead of its screening on November 3 at the Veterans Film Festival (Click here