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Thursday
Jul182019

FEATURES / FIVE OF THE BEST FROM MELBOURNE DOC FEST

2019 MELBOURNE DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL: If the wealth of factual filmmaking on offer at this year's MDFF is making that first step into the program a challenge...here, take my hand... (Click here

Wednesday
Jul172019

REVIEWS / SHARKWATER EXTINCTION

2019 MELBOURNE DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL: Whether viewed as a eulogy for the ocean's alpha predator or the man who fought for their survival, Sharkwater Extinction is a rich visual, emotional experience (Click here)

Saturday
Jul132019

BLOG / 2019 SCIFI FILM FESTIVAL FIRST WAVE A FEAST OF GLOBAL FUTURISM

2019 SCIFI FILM FESTIVAL: Nine features, 31 shorts, beaming into Sydney from a record 17 countries. Out-of-this-world stats from the first wave of films to be announced as part of the SciFi Film Festival's 6th annual event (Click here)

Saturday
Jul132019

REVIEWS / THE CAT RESCUERS

A collection of dedicated humans save the cats of NYC, and the cats save them right back, in this sweet and special doco from directors Rob Fruchtman and Steven Lawrence (Click here)

Wednesday
Jul032019

FEATURES / EIGHTIES CLASSICS FROM SYNTH GODS TANGERINE DREAM SET FOR SYDNEY RETRO-SEASON

Rare big screen sessions of seven Eighties classics mean the soundtracks of Tangerine Dream will get the audience (and stereo speaker) love they deserve (Click here)  

Sunday
Jun232019

INDUSTRY / OZPLOITATION PIONEER'S CLASSIC COLLECTIBLES SEEKING NEW HOME

Five decades of a life in the Australian film sector goes under the eBay hammer when the late John D. Lamond's extraordinary collection of film ephemera is unveiled (Click here)

Sunday
Jun232019

BLOG / PREVIEW: 2019 DISCLOSUREFEST FILM FESTIVAL

Four philosophically-sound documentary visions play their part for the greater good in the 2019 Disclosurefest Film Festival line-up (Click here)

Saturday
Jun152019

FEATURES / SKID ROW MARATHON: THE MARK AND GABRIELE HAYES INTERVIEW

2019 MELBOURNE DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL: Judge Craig Mitchell leads the very people he must face in court on a step-by-step path to personal redemption in Skid Row Marathon, a wonderful work from husband and wife filmmakers Mark and Gabriele Hayes (Click here)

Sunday
Jun092019

REVIEWS / GHOST LIGHT

The curse of The Scottish Play befalls a summer stock troupe in John Stimpson's serio-comic take on The Bard's legacy (Click here)

Thursday
Jun062019

REVIEWS / PALM BEACH

2019 SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: The 66th opening night film is a picturesque love letter to Sydney's northern beach suburb but an unconvincing riff on Big Chill-style boomer friendship dynamics (Click here)

Tuesday
Jun042019

REVIEWS / 63 UP

The ninth installment of one of the most momentous documentary achievements in film history finds the Uppers pondering old age, personal loss and profound happiness (MINOR SPOILERS; Click here)

Friday
May312019

FEATURES / PREVIEW: 2019 REVELATION PERTH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

2019 REVELATION FILM FESTIVAL: The 22nd edition of Perth's iconic international film event enters the virtual world in 2019, yet another dimension the minds behind this idiosyncratic celebration tread unto without resevation (Click here

Wednesday
May292019

REVIEWS / GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS

There's an environmental message in there, and some stuff about the value of family. But the latest incarnation of our favourite big, scaly titan is all about what Godzilla does best - smashing things up (Click here)

Sunday
May262019

FEATURES / FORGED FROM FIRE: THE ANDREW GARTON INTERVIEW

2019 MELBOURNE DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL: In the wake of Victoria's Black Saturday disaster, the community bonded over an extraordinary arts project. SCREEN-SPACE spoke to director Andrew Garton, who spent nearly a decade recording its progress (Click here).

Saturday
May252019

REVIEWS / DOGS DON'T WEAR PANTS (Koirat eivät käytä housuja)

2019 FESTIVAL DE CANNES: The dark heart of a widowed cardiologist finds a new lease on life in the hands (and dungeon) of a kinky Helsinki dominatrix in J.-P. Valkeapää's Dogs Don't Wear Pants (Click here)