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Friday
Jul252014

REVIEWS / GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

Cult director James Gunn brings his weird, wonderful directorial perspective to the studio tentpole universe with his adaptation of Marvel's down'n'dirty misfit outfit, Guardians of the Galaxy (Click pic)

Thursday
Jul242014

BLOG / "YOU CAN'T TAKE IT, BILLY!": CRANKY COMICS AND CAUSTIC CRITICS

When media analysts contend that the opinions of professional critics don't count for much any more, take a moment to recall the cutting witticisms of Roger Ebert and his decade-long feud with funnyman, Rob Schneider (Click pic)

Monday
Jul212014

FEATURES / A CHANGE OF SEASONS: THE JEFF CANIN INTERVIEW

From the implosion of the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference in 2013 to the efforts of a small South Australian town to change the official opinion of our elected leader, Jeff Canin's 2 Degrees is a passionate work from one of the world's leading documentarians (Click pic)  

Monday
Jul142014

REVIEWS / ROAD TO PALOMA

That mountain of man muscle, Jason Momoa, gets down and dirty as the bike ridin' fugitive felon with a heart of gold in his directorial debut, Road to Paloma (Click pic)

Monday
Jul142014

REVIEWS / GIRL RISING

Richard Robbin's study of the denial of formal education to young women the world over towers above the worthy but weighty 'advocacy doco' genre (Click pic) 

Monday
Jul142014

REVIEWS / WILLOW CREEK

REVELATION FILM FESTIVAL: If a certain incident that allegedly occured at Bluff Creek on October 20, 1967, means anything to you, then you are going to love director Bobcat Goldthwait's found-footage frightener, Willow Creek (Click pic)

Saturday
Jul052014

FEATURES / TRUE GRIT: THE TOM SKERRITT INTERVIEW

Having starred in such diverse classics as M*A*S*H, The Turning Point, Up in Smoke, Alien and Steel Magnolias, treasured character actor Tom Skerritt reflects upon a career the envy of many, more highly lauded industry pros (Click pic)  

Wednesday
Jul022014

BLOG / REMEMBERING PAUL MAZURSKY

We remember the films of the late Paul Mazursky, works that paved the way for the grandson of a Ukrainian Jewish immigrant to conquer Hollywood and create some of cinema's most lasting moments (Click pic)

Saturday
Jun282014

HORROR / LONDON A HORROR HAVEN AS FRIGHTFEST BLOODS NEW PROGRAM

The 15th annual Film4 FrightFest offers its biggest ever slate of horror, fantasy and sci-fi visions, from cops who are werewolves (in Wolfcop) to beavers who are zombies (in Zombeavers). (Click pic) 

Friday
Jun272014

REVIEWS / TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION

Reaffirming the overall awfulness of his trashy Transformers trilogy to date, director Michael Bay offers up the worst example yet with the fourth and, God willing, final film, Age of Extinction (Click pic). 

Thursday
Jun262014

REVIEWS / JUST THE FACTS, MA'AM: SNAPSHOT REVIEWS OF THE REVELATION DOCOS

REVELATION FILM FESTIVAL: To aid in your RevFest decision-making, SCREEN-SPACE takes a look at eight of the 20 documentaries, including Jeff Krulik's Led Zeppelin Played Here (pictured, left) screening over the festival's packed 11-day season (Click pic)

Monday
Jun232014

FEATURES / CURIOUS GEORGE: THE JENNIFER M KROOT INTERVIEW

REVELATION FILM FESTIVAL: Having chronicled the underground careers of The Kuchar Twins, documentarian Jennifer M Kroot continues her filmic fascination with outsiders who make their world a better place with her George Takei profile-piece, To Be Takei (Click pic).

Thursday
Jun192014

REVIEWS / DEAD SNOW: RED VS DEAD (Død Snø 2)

REVELATION FILM FESTIVAL: Tommy Wirkola's bigger, broader Nazi-zombie sequel offers armies of the undead and gore galore, but does it hold the same guilty pleasures as its 2009 predecessor? (Click pic)

Wednesday
Jun182014

INDUSTRY / REFLECTIONS ON REVELATIONS: AN ORAL HISTORY

REVELATION FILM FESTIVAL: Founder and chairman Richard Sowada and program director Jack Sargeant reminisce about the moments that would help define the counter-culture cinema event that is Perth's Revelation Film Festival (Click pic).

Tuesday
Jun172014

FEATURES / FIELD OF DREAMS: THE JOSH TANNER INTERVIEW

REVELATION FILM FESTIVAL: The Landing, the latest short film from 26 year-old Josh Tanner, has positioned the young Brisbane filmmaker as one of the Australian film industry's most talked-about talents (Click pic).