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Friday
Feb012019

REVIEWS / I STILL SEE YOU

Starlet Bella Thorne and journeyman lead Dermot Mulroney breathe some life into the YA-adaptation genre with the serviceable supernatural thriller, I Still See You (Click here)

Friday
Feb012019

BLOG / DICK MILLER & HIS DIRECTORS: LIFE AS HOLLYWOOD'S MOST WANTED CHARACTER ACTOR

One of the global industry's most beloved character actors, Dick Miller was the go-to bit-player for Hollywood's great directors for half a century. He died on january 30, aged 90 (Click here)

Saturday
Jan262019

FEATURES / THE PRODUCER WHO SEDUCED THE PRESS AND WON HIS WIFE A GOLDEN GLOBE

The scandal has plagued the Globes for nearly four decades. Did Meshulam Riklis, who passed away Friday, pay-off the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to get his wife Pia Zador a career-boosting trophy? (Click here

Wednesday
Jan232019

BLOG / ROMA, THE FAVOURITE LEAD 91ST ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS.

2019 OSCARS: That two films about strong, complex women lead a pack of nominees lacking a female nominee in the Best Director race is just one of the many surprises to be taken from the 2019 Academy Award nominations list (Click here)

Wednesday
Jan232019

REVIEWS / EMOCEAN

2019 SWIFF: The spiritual bond shared with the briny deep in all its manifestations is explored with nuance and grace in Tony Harrington's stunning new documentary (Click here)

Saturday
Jan192019

INDUSTRY / TEEN SCREEN TALENT SHINES AT 2019 NEXTWAVE AWARDS NIGHT 

2019 SWIFF: The next generation of great Australian film talent stepped into the spotlight in Coffs Harbour last night, as part of the Screenwave International Film Festival's commitment to young, local moviemakers (Click here)

Thursday
Jan172019

REVIEWS / SALT BRIDGE

A small Indian community in suburban Australia is torn apart when a platonic friendship takes on a life of its own in the romantic drama, Salt Bridge (Click here)

Tuesday
Jan152019

REVIEWS / A BOY CALLED SAILBOAT

Innocence, music and magic descend upon a small New Mexican suburb when a boy called Sailboat learns ukulele and conjures a song of profound importance (Click here). 

Saturday
Jan122019

FEATURES / PIERCING: THE MIA WASIKOWSKA INTERVIEW 

International star Mia Wasikowska spoke with SCREEN-SPACE's Simon Foster about her latest, the gory romantic-thriller Piercing from writer/director Nicolas Pesce (Click here)

Friday
Jan042019

FEATURES / SISTERS FOR SALE: THE BEN RANDALL INTERVIEW

2019 SWIFF: Ahead of his film's Australian Premiere at the 2019 Screenwave International Film Festival, director Ben Randall talks about the human trafficking horrors that touched him so personally, he has spent nearly a decade documenting his experience in Sisters for Sale (Click here)

Tuesday
Jan012019

INDUSTRY / LADIES IN BLACK LEAD OZ PACK AS QUEENS OF U.S. DESERT FEST 

Four distinctly diverse Australian films are pushing our sector's serious filmmaking credibility in the California sun, with the 30th Palm Springs Film Festival welcoming filmmakers from these shores to this year's event (Click here

Thursday
Dec202018

FEATURES / PENNY MARSHALL AND THE BEAUTY OF BIG

When Penny Marshall took on a moribund project at 20th Century Fox, she created a movie star and crafted one of the most beloved blockbusters of all time (Click here). 

Tuesday
Dec182018

WORLD CINEMA / EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY WARMS TO COLD WAR

2018 EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS: Pawel Pawlikowski's Cold War dominated this years European Film Awards, earning 5 of top tier honours, at a ceremony that revved up when UK artists took on the Brexit debate (Click here).

Friday
Dec142018

BLOG / THE SCREEN-SPACE YEAR-IN-REVIEW: THE BEST (& WORST) FILMS OF 2018

Our annual wrap-up of what enthused/energised/invigorated us, and what reviled/bored/bemused us at the cinema in 2018 (Click here)

Wednesday
Dec122018

REVIEWS / UNDER THE COVER OF CLOUD

2019 SWIFF: Ted Wilson writes, directs and stars in the Tassie-set Under the Cover of Cloud, a largely-improvised drama that calls on his family and friends (including cricket great David Boon) to bring bigscreen charm and warmth (Click here)