OSCARS 2017: Raoul Peck's supremely eloquent and angry recounting of the great unpublished work of James Baldwin is the the film to beat in the Best Documentary category (Click here).
BERLINALE 2017: Producer Nelson Woss and head animal trainer Zelie Bullen recall the production of the hit sequel Red Dog True Blue, a journey that has taken them from Western Australia's desert Pilbarra region to the Berlin Film Festival. (Click here).
The images of Andrei Tarkovsky; new trailers from Natalie Portman and Sigourney Weaver; revelations from the 2017 Oscar nominees; and, in honour of the late John Hurt, a 'making of...' glimpse behind his infamous demise in Alien (Click here).
FRIGHTFEST 2017: Three Australian films, including the World Premiere of Steven Kastrissios' enigmatic sophomire effort Bloodlands, are set to shock Scottish genre fans attending the Glasgow leg of the UK horror celebration, FrightFest (Click here).
OSCARS 2017: The award season reaches its zenith with the announcement overnight of the 2017 Academy Award nominations (Click here).
A band of intrepid goof-offs, including Jon Heder and Justin Long, suit up to exploire the world of paranormal investigation in Oliver Irving's low brow guilty pleasure, Ghost Team (Click here).
For years Scandinavia's minnow industry sector, Norway has emerged as one of the region's most versatile and energised filmmaking communities (Click here; pictured, Fante-Anne, 1920)
TWELVE DAYS OF CINE-MAS: Merry Christmas, loyal readers! Finally, on this, the first day of Cine-Mas, we offer up the obligatory 'Best Of' rant, in a ...LIST FIT FOR 2016 (Click here)
TWELVE DAYS OF CINEMAS: Laurel & Hardy, Ford & The Duke, Cassavetes & Rowlands, Newman & Redford. Great cinema is often defined by great pairings. In 2016, some unusual movie match-ups provided TWO PERFECT PARTNERSHIPS (Click here).