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Thursday
Sep272012

REVIEWS / LOOPER

The Matrix, Inception...could Rian Johnson's Looper be the next super-smart sci-fi thriller to score big with both critics and audiences alike? Is it really that good? (Click pic)

Friday
Sep212012

INDUSTRY / COCKATOO ISLAND FILM FESTIVAL PUFFS UP ITS FEATHERS

Two industry stalwarts have officially announced an exciting new film festival venture....in the middle of Sydney harbour. (Click pic).

Friday
Sep212012

FEATURES / INNOCENCE AND LEGACY: THE CATE SHORTLAND INTERVIEW

In a frank, far-reaching interview, Australian director Cate Shortland discusses her new film Lore, the dark memories that Germans face daily and Australia's denial of its own shameful history. (Click pic)

Wednesday
Sep192012

REVIEWS / MENTAL

PJ Hogan's return to the gaudy world of suburban eccentricity proves particularly wacky and frustratingly unwieldy. (Click pic)

Tuesday
Sep112012

REVIEWS / KATH & KIMDERELLA

Australian television's favourite suburban mum and daughter are afforded big-screen space and European locales in a film that stretches the conceit to breaking point. (Click pic)

Sunday
Sep092012

BLOG / ANIMATION IN BLACK AND WHITE: ARE HOLLYWOOD CARTOONS RACIST?

Madagascar 3 represents the latest Hollywood animated hit that draws upon racial stereotyping to entertain our kids. Just how badly entrenched is this trend? (Click pic)

Saturday
Sep082012

HORROR / THE NATURE OF THINGS: THE LEE GAMBIN INTERVIEW

Melbourne author Lee Gambin stares deep into the dark heart of our animal friends and chronicles the onscreen vengeance they have wrought in his new book, Massacred by Mother Nature. (Click pic)

Friday
Sep072012

HORROR / WHITEOUT: A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW

Kate Beckinsale's choice of starring roles has made it very hard for her to become the A-list box-office draw that she seemed destined to be. (Click pic)

Monday
Sep032012

FEATURES / DIRT ON THE UNDERGROUND: THE STEFAN POPESCU INTERVIEW

The man behind the oddest collection of off-the-wall works on the Sydney film calendar brings the freaky back to the inner-west this week. (Click pic)

Thursday
Aug302012

REVIEWS / THE EXPENDABLES 2

Adopted by Aaron Sorkin from the Pulitzer Prize winning novel, Ralph Fiennes stars as.....ah, just kidding! It's a cheesy bloodbath. (Click pic)

Wednesday
Aug292012

REVIEWS / HOPE SPRINGS

A masterclass in screen acting and the arrival of a strong new writing voice are just two reasons to embrace director David Frankel's poignant drama. (Click pic)

Tuesday
Aug282012

BLOG / PAUL REUBENS AT 60

To celebrate the 60th birthday of Pee-Wee Herman's alter-ego, Paul Reubens, SCREEN-SPACE found a treasure trove of great non-Herman character roles that many fans may have yet to discover. (Click pic)

Tuesday
Aug282012

REVIEWS / THE AWAKENING

Rebecca Hall goes all 'Venkman' on the spirit dwelling in an English mansion in Nick Nurphy's mostly scary debut. (Click pic)

Sunday
Aug262012

FEATURES / TFF 2012 GUEST DIRECTOR ON TARKOVSKY CLASSIC: THE GEOFF DYER INTERVIEW

An obsession with a Soviet classic led celebrated UK author Geoff Dyer to the coveted Guest Director slot at the 2012 Telluride Film Festival. (Click pic)

Thursday
Aug232012

REVIEWS / TOTAL RECALL

Even the fading memory of Arnie's Doug Quaid puts pretty-boy Colin Farrell to shame in Len Wiseman's hijacking of Paul Verhoeven's nutty 1990 sci-fier. (Click pic)