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Thursday
Jun072012

REVIEWS / NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN

The Sydney Film Festival's 59th opening night film justifies the organiser's faith in its crowd-pleasing qualities. (Click pic)

Tuesday
Jun052012

FEATURES / SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL 2012 DAILY PLANNER

The party has begun! Bookmark this page to keep track of daily news, reviews and scheduling at this years SFF screenings. (Click pic)

Saturday
Jun022012

REVIEWS / PROMETHEUS

Ridley Scott's much-anticipated return to the genre that launched his career may not be the event picture fans had hoped for. (Click pic)

Friday
Jun012012

REVIEWS / WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU'RE EXPECTING

Those expecting know what to expect from Kirk Jones' reworking of Heidi Murkoff's self-help baby-bible. (Click pic)

Tuesday
May292012

REVIEWS / WOODY ALLEN: A DOCUMENTARY

Robert B Weide's truncated doco still has enough great Woody moments and insight for most fans. (Click pic)

Tuesday
May292012

FEATURES / NASHEN MOODLEY, FESTIVAL DIRECTOR, SFF 2012

A veteran programmer at 35, Nashen Moodley provides a vivid portrait of world cinema with his first Sydney Film Festival programme. (Click pic)

Monday
May282012

FEATURES / COMMENTS FROM CANNES WINNERS 2012

As the 65th annual event winds down, those feted by the jury of Cannes 2012 President Thierry Frémaux react to their lofty cinematic status. (Click pic)

Sunday
May272012

FEATURES / HOOP DREAMS THEN AND NOW

Producer Frederick Marx considers the impact of his most famous work, the landmark documentary Hoop Dreams. (Click pic)

Friday
May252012

INDUSTRY / THE HISTORY OF LGBT CINEMA IN AUSTRALIA (PART 2)

We conclude our look at the representation of gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender cultures on Australian screens. (Click pic)

Wednesday
May232012

REVIEWS / SAFE

The latest from Hollywood's biggest B-list action star is, suitably, a big B-movie.

Tuesday
May222012

HORROR / CANNES CRITICS MAUL DARIO'S DRACULA

The aging Italian auteur's latest has a cinematic stake driven through its heart by rabid critics. (Click pic)

Saturday
May192012

BLOG / THE WORST 20 OF CINEMA'S BEST (PART 2)

We conclude our contentious list of the worst films from the world's best directors. (Click pic)

Saturday
May192012

INDUSTRY / THE HISTORY OF LGBT CINEMA IN AUSTRALIA (PART 1)

The first of our two-part series on the potrayal and impact of the gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and trans-gender community on our film history and culture. (Click pic)

Saturday
May192012

REVIEW / MEN IN BLACK 3

The MIB team travel back to the swinging 60s and rejuvenate the alien-comedy genre they epitomise with some cool flower power. (Click pic)

Thursday
May172012

REVIEW / THE WOMAN IN BLACK

Daniel Radcliffe matures into a strong leading man role with James Watkins supremely creepy haunted house tale. (Click pic)