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Thursday
May182017

REVIEWS / LOVE AND SAUCERS

David Huggin's life-long relationship with an extra-terrestrial seductress and the art that he uses to cope with abduction memories are just a little of what Brad Abraham's doco Love and Saucers has in store for those that want to believe (Click here).

Wednesday
May102017

BLOG / PREVIEW: 64th SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL

2017 SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: The timing of the 64th Sydney Film Festival helps ensure Harbour City cinephiles get a taste of what had crowds and critics buzzing on The Croisette (Click here).

Tuesday
May092017

FEATURES / RUSSIAN FEST DIRECTOR RECALLS BOLSHOI FILM PREMIERE

EXCLUSIVE: For Nicholas Maksymow, a night at the theatre will forever conjure images of that Moscow evening when he viewed the new Valery Todorowsky film, The Bolshoi, within the majestic walls of the iconic Bolshoi Theatre (Click here)

Tuesday
May092017

FEATURES / FIVE DAYS ON LESVOS: THE RICHARD WYLLIE INTERVIEW

2017 MELBOURNE DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL: As the influx of refugees entering Europe soared, British documentarian Richard Wyllie found himself embedded at the forefront of the crises - a small Greek island community called Lesvos (Click here)  

Monday
May082017

REVIEWS / ALIEN: COVENANT

Is Ridley Scott riffing on his own status as the mastermind behind the Alien franchise with the saga's latest instalment, the creationist-themed Alien: Covenant? (Click here)

Tuesday
May022017

REVIEWS / EVENT ZERO

GOLD COAST FILM FESTIVAL: The directorial debut of The Tunnel co-scribe Enzo Tedeschi is an engaging, action-packed mash-up of end-of-the-world thrills, corruption drama and sly satire (Click here)

Saturday
Apr222017

BLOG / SCREEN-SPACE @ 5: MY FAVOURITE SCREEN-SPACE MOMENTS.

To celebrate our 5th anniversary, I journey down memory lane and revisit the content that has made SCREEN-SPACE just about the best damn movie website on the internet (Click here

Sunday
Apr162017

INDUSTRY / SUNTANNED CINEPHILES SET TO FEAST ON GOLD COAST FILM FEST

Gold Coast Film Festival director Lucy Fisher fights the good fight for all manner of industry causes with her 2017 programming choices (Click here).

Thursday
Apr132017

BLOG / KIDMAN, HAYNES, COPPOLA, HANEKE EARN COMPETITION SLOTS AT CANNES 2017

A big South Korean presence, a VR feature and premiere events for new TV works from Jane Campion and David Lynch were amongst the highlights when Thierry Fremaux and Pierre Lescue fronted the global press tonight (Click here)

Thursday
Apr132017

FEATURES / IN THE FLESH: THE JULIA DUCOURNAU INTERVIEW

With the Cannes 2016 coming-of-age horror/drama Raw, French director Julia Ducournau has catapulted into the top tier of female director (Click here)

Friday
Apr072017

REVIEWS / DANCE ACADEMY

Tara, Kat, Ollie and all the small-screen dance troupe return for a rousing big-screen drama that shames naysayers who claim Australian filmmakers can't make crowdpleasing, commercial works (Click here)

Saturday
Apr012017

REVIEWS / LET THERE BE LIGHT

Striving to provide for generations they will never see, the scientific community behind thermonuclear fusion are the unlikely heroes at the heart of Mila Aung-Thwin's absorbing documentary Let There Be Light (Click here)

Monday
Mar272017

REVIEWS / 78/52

The Sundance 2017 sensation 78/52 examines the intricate brilliance and lasting impact of the greatest sequence in cinematic history - the shower stall death of Marion Crane in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (Click here

Saturday
Mar182017

REVIEWS / BLOODLANDS

Albania's first horror outing comes via Australian director Steven Kastrissios, who follows up his debut The Horseman with a new spin on a centuries-old Eastern European legend (Click here)

Wednesday
Mar152017

REVIEWS / A CURE FOR WELLNESS

Director Gore Verbinski delivers a shocker, but not the kind you think, with A Cure for Wellness, a title as pretentious and nonsensical as the rest of this mega-misfire (Click here)