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Friday
Apr172015

REVIEWS / LOVE & MERCY

2015 SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: The warped world of Beach Boys great Brian Wilson is afforded a thoughtful, insightful interpretation, with two great actors bringing the troubled genius to vivid life (Click pic).

Sunday
Apr122015

REVIEWS / THE AGE OF ADALINE

Blake Lively further establishes her A-list, bigscreen credibility with The Age of Adaline, a smart, sweet romantic fantasy that could earn Harrison Ford that elusive Oscar nod (Click pic).

Wednesday
Apr082015

FEATURES / DIRECTOR SUMMONS MIDDLE EASTERN DEMON FOR U.S. DEBUT

Jinn, the debut film from US-based director Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad, draws upon childhood anxieties brought on by stories of the fiery demons of Islamic folklore (Click pic).

Monday
Apr062015

FEATURES / SOLDIER BLUE: THE ODEN ROBERTS INTERVIEW

Oden Roberts' debut feature, A Fighting Season, is a dark, humane character study of a returned serviceman's struggle to come to grips with the dark moral core of the nation that he fought to honour (Click pic).

Saturday
Apr042015

MEDIA / TRAILERS, SHORTS AND FIRST-LOOKS.

New York readies for this year's festival of Deutsche film brilliance; Raiders gets a makeover; a short film rekindles great momster make-up craftsmanship; and, Hollywood's hottest horror starlet, Maika Monroe, talks of life as America's new 'scream queen' (Click pic).

Tuesday
Mar312015

BLOG / NEW YORK, NEW YORK: THE FILMS OF GENE SAKS AND NEIL SIMON.

The late Gene Saks struck up a rare cinematic mateship with the like-minded Neil Simon and together, the pair crafted four works that evoke a vivid account of life in The Big Apple (Click pic).

Monday
Mar302015

HORROR / SHORT CUTS: HORROR HEAVIES PACT ON ANTHOLOGY PROJECT

The creative forces behind the A Night of Horror Film Festival and the cult hit The Tunnel announce a long-form shorts compile feature (Click pic)

Thursday
Mar262015

INDUSTRY / CHINESE INDUSTRY DOMINATES REGIONAL KUDOCAST

The might of the Chinese motion picture sector extends its reach even further, with a dominant showing at the 9th annual Asian Film Awards in Macau (Click pic)

Wednesday
Mar182015

REVIEWS / MANNY LEWIS

Will the long tradition of Aussie comics transitioning to fully-fledged movie stars ensure a smooth bigscreen debut for Carl Barron and his pet project, Manny Lewis? (Click pic)

Wednesday
Mar042015

REVIEWS / BEREAVE

BYRON BAY FILM FESTIVAL 2015: Keith Carradine joins Malcolm McDowell and Jane Seymour in Bereave, a masterful study in mature-age love, the dynamics of marriage and fading memory from the Giovanis brothers, George and Evangelos (Click pic).

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).