A third Opening Night honour for Woody Allen ensures the director a place in cinema history even before the 69th Cannes Film Festival launches next week (Click here)
A surfing protege denied the life he envisioned and the country girl struggling with acceptance share a newly-unified fate in Michael Lawrence's heartbreaking, spirit-lifting doco (Click here)
Under the curative might of Richard Sowada, a new film festival event celebrates the fearless and off-centre spirit of American independent cinema and the mavericks, like John Cassavetes (pictured, left) who have forged its path (Click here).
A Canadian octogenarian, a Hungarian with one feature to his name, an Iranian producer imprisoned for her films and Spiderman's girlfriend are just some of the jurors who'll serve under Aussie George Miller at this years Cannes Film Festival (Click here).
Artistic director Edouard Waintrop fought back tears while honouring the late Ronit Elkabetz, ensuring the announcement of his Director's Fortnight program was a solemn gathering. (Click here)
The full transcript of the SCREEN-SPACE Live Blog event, including the full list of In-Competition films for Cannes 2016 (Click here)
Fallen idols and broken dreams are examined in Broke, a hardbitten, soft-hearted working-class drama that marks an impressive debut for writer/director Heath Davis (Click here)
A lifelong dream to crank the camera and shoot a movie on traditional film stock came true for director Chris Elena when his short film, The Limited, was lensed on 16mm (Click here)
A nation's turbulent history and remote geography dictate a disrupted but richly rewarding national cinema. Our first 'World Cinema' profile captures the beautiful spirituality and brave visions of Nepalese cinema (pictured, left; Satya Harischandra, 1952; Click here).
After the international success of his low-budget, high-energy debut Skew, Sevé Schelenz found inspiration in strippers and the undead for his sophomore feature, Peelers (Click here)
2016 YOUNG AT HEART FILM FESTIVAL: Russell Crowe taps a more grounded 'everyman' persona in Gabrielle Muccino's latest saccharine cinematic soap opera, Fathers and Daughters (Click here).
Director Peter Flynn's sadness-tinged doco Dying of The Light profiles the film projectionist, a disappearing craftsman who helped forge the legacy left by a century of cinema (Click here).
Under new CEO Jeff Davis (pictured), Palm Beach International Film Festival is headed into some new, delightfully dark terrotory with its inaugural horror strand, curated by veteran program director Larry Richmann (Click here).
Director German Kral's connection to the national dance of his homeland inevitably led him to Maria Nevies Rego and Juan Carlos Copes, the greatest proponents of the tango to have ever lived and the subjects of his documentary, Our Last Tango (Click here)
For Maike Brochhaus, sexuality in cinema is due for some redefining. The German filmmaker/feminism advocate is bringing X-rated imagery to mainstream cinema with her contemporary comedy, Schnick Schnack Schnuck (Click here)