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Monday
Mar022015

FEATURES / ENEMY MINE: THE RICHARD TODD INTERVIEW

BYRON BAY FILM FESTIVAL 2015: When faced with the soulless might of the coal seam gas sector, documentarian Richard Todd teamed with a hero whose fearlessness in the face of corporate immorality rattled the mining industry boardrooms across Australia. I give you, Frackman! (Click pic)

Saturday
Feb282015

FEATURES / HEAVEN AND EARTH: THE NICOLAS HUDAK INTERVIEW

BYRON BAY FILM FESTIVAL 2015: Capturing his frank, forthright account of the modern Native American young adult and their relationship to the ancestry of their people became a work of deep personal instropection says Where God Likes to Be director, Nicolas Hudak. (Click pic)

Friday
Feb272015

REVIEWS / SUNDAY

BYRON BAY FILM FESTIVAL 2015: Michelle Joy Lloyd's feature debut is a sad, sweet, incisive study of a love gone awry, set against the rebuilding of something beautiful - the quake-ravaged city of Christchurch (Click pic).

Thursday
Feb262015

FEATURES / NO HODADS ALLOWED: THE BEST SURF FILMS OF 2015 BYRON BAY FILM FESTIVAL.

BYRON BAY FILM FESTIVAL 2015: Surfing and cinema (and penguins, occasionally) make for a thrilling, moving, often profound combination in the five films up Best Surf Film at the 2015 BBFF (Click pic).

Monday
Feb232015

BLOG / LIVE! THE SCREEN-SPACE 2015 OSCAR BLOG

All the craziness of Hollywood's biggest night as it happens LIVE on the SCREEN-SPACE 2015 Oscar Blog (Click pic).

Sunday
Feb222015

BLOG / "AND THE OSCAR GOES TO...": PREDICTING THE 2015 WINNERS.

Some categories are already locked away, but some are going to go right down to when the envelope is cracked open. We take an educated, opinionated and utterly fanciful stab at who will take home a little man at tomorrow night's Oscars (Click pic).

Wednesday
Feb182015

INDUSTRY / ZOMBIES, PIRATES AND ME: A DIRECTOR'S STATEMENT.

In a SCREEN-SPACE exclusive, we give our site over to a filmmaker to recount the highs and lows of film distribution in the modern age. Wyrmwood director Kiah Roache-Turner on iTunes success, download infamy and what he would like to say to the 'torrenters' (Click pic)

Thursday
Feb122015

REVIEWS / FIFTY SHADES OF GREY

E.L. James' bestselling literrary phenomenon gets a shiny, shivery franchise-starting film treatment, starring Dakota Johnson (pictured), in Sam Taylor-Johnson's spanking new effort (Click pic).

Sunday
Feb082015

REVIEWS / WYRMWOOD

After four years of DIY filmmaking angst and penny-pinching budgeting, The Roache-Turner Brothers unleash their zombie apocalypse fever dream, Wyrmwood (Click pic).

Friday
Feb062015

FEATURES / PREVIEW: 2015 PERTH UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL

PUFF programmer Matthew Darch latest collection of weird and wonderful film oddities, including Richard Bates' eccentric Suburban Gothic (pictured), kicks off February 12 in Australia's western most capital (Click pic).

Wednesday
Feb042015

BLOG / THE SCREEN-SPACE TEN: OUR FAVOURITE FILMS OF 2014

We took a month to mull over the year that was in world cinema, resulting in a Ten Best... list that spans four continents and features four debutant directors, a 5-hour black-&-white epic, a fairy-tale villain and an animated bear (Click pic).

Sunday
Feb012015

REVIEWS / ROCKS IN MY POCKETS

Depression, suicide, generational angst and Latvian nationalism combine to define the unique viewing experience that is Signe Baumane's animated odyssey, Rocks in My Pockets (Click pic

Friday
Jan302015

REVIEWS / TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT (Deux jours, une nuit)

International cinema's treasure, Marion Cotillard, further strengthens her status as her generations finest actress with the Dardennes Brothers impassioned drama, Two Days, One Night (Click pic).

Thursday
Jan292015

BLOG / WILL THE BABADOOK HAUNT ALL COMERS AT THE AUSSIE OSCARS?

With fourth quarter local box office on a high thanks to Paper Planes and The Water Diviner, local industry bigwigs should be in the mood to party at tonight's 4th annual AACTA Awards. But who will want to party more than others after the envelopes are opened? (Click pic)

Wednesday
Jan282015

FEATURES / WHATEVER...: THE CHARLIE LYNE INTERVIEW

UK culture blogger Charlie Lyne turns clip-umentarian with his montage odyssey through the turn-of-the-century teen movie landscape, Beyond Clueless (Click pic)