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Thursday
May092019

FEATURES / TEN ‘FIRST GLANCE MUST-SEE’ FILMS FROM THE SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL PROGRAM LAUNCH

SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL 2019: No way I'm going to try and sum up a 300+ program on Day 1 of its public launch, so here are 10 of this year's line-up that leapt out from this morning's launch (Click here)

Sunday
Apr282019

REVIEWS / TATER TOT & PATTON

Andrew Kightlinger's midwest indie about two struggling addicts and the grief they need to tame is as dark as it sounds yet a lot sweeter than you expect. And its stars Jessica Rothe (Click here)

Thursday
Apr252019

FEATURES / ME & MY LEFT BRAIN: THE ALEX LYKOS INTERVIEW

The writer of the 2015 hit Alex & Eve has taken on the three-pronged crown of writer, director and star in his latest film, Me & My Left Brain, a Sydney-set riff on friendship, fantasy and one man's flailing acting career (Click here)

Tuesday
Apr232019

REVIEWS / BLUE MOON

A new crime thriller from the deep South...Island, of NewZealand, announces writer/director Stefen Harris as a genre talent too watch (Click here)

Sunday
Apr212019

FEATURES / 5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MATI DIOP*

The first black woman in the history of the Cannes Film Festival to have a film in competition for the Palme d'Or has a backstory as fascinating as her prestigious debut feature, Atlantique (Click here

Sunday
Apr212019

WORLD CINEMA / SENEGAL

Film culture in Senegal was once the central force of African cinema, with films like On Black Girl (1966; pictured, left) taking the international festival circuit by storm. Today, it is about rebuilding a once great sector. (Click here)

Wednesday
Apr172019

BLOG / CAN SPIELBERG'S WEST SIDE STORY KIDS RUMBLE WITH THE ORIGINAL CAST ?

The Midas touch of master caster Steven Spielberg faces its greatest challenge - finding the fresh young faces to redefine some of cinema's most iconic roles - ahead of his remake of West Side Story (Click here

Friday
Apr122019

REVIEWS / LOCUSTS

2019 GOLD COAST FILM FESTIVAL: After two films that profiled flawed men with humour and empathy, director Heath Davis goes the seedy genre route with the thriller, Locusts (Click here

Monday
Apr082019

REVIEWS / MAYBE TOMORROW

2019 GOLD COAST FILM FESTIVAL: The latest from Melbourne indie darlings Caitlin Farrugia and Michael Jones moves beyond their hip inner-city oeuvre and into the more challenging world of new parenthood and adult responsibility (Click here)

Friday
Apr052019

HORROR / ROTTENTAIL: THE BRIAN SKIBA INTERVIEW

Brian Skiba's bawdy, bloody adapatation of the underground graphic novel classic is certain to turn everyone off chocolate...and everything else...this Easter. "It's okay to laugh, I promise," the director told SCREEN-SPACE (Click here)

Friday
Apr052019

INDUSTRY / FCCA 2018 WINNERS SPAN A CENTURY OF AUSTRALIAN STORIES

Sweet Country, Ladies in Black and Breath emerged triumphant last night at the Film Critics Circle of Australia annual awards evening (Click here).

Saturday
Mar162019

REVIEWS / DESTINATION WEDDING

Gen-X darlings Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder crack wise and defy the romantic odds in Victor Levin's fiesty, funny rom-com, Destination Wedding (Click here)

Thursday
Mar142019

MEDIA / TRAILER PARK: FIVE OF THE BEST FROM SXSW

To play with the cool kids at the SXSW Film Festival you gotta bring your trailer A-game. Here are five (including Olivia Wilde's directing debut, Booksmart; pictured, left) from this years event that got audiences and industry buzzing (Click here).

Thursday
Mar072019

HORROR / MONSTER FEST, EVENT CINEMAS AGREE TO SHARE MORE SHOCKS IN 2019

Monster Fest's crusade to bring cutting-edge horror to a wider audience will get the Event Cinemas bump in late 2019 (Click here)

Wednesday
Mar062019

REVIEWS / CAPTAIN MARVEL

The MCU's first female lead character creates a new world from which to explore the increasingly tiresome comic-book superhero narrative (Click here)