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Sunday
Jul292012

HORROR / THE BURROWERS: A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW

A neglected 2008 Old West creature feature is resurrected in our latest Retrospective Review. (Click pic)

Sunday
Jul292012

REVIEWS / THE SAPPHIRES

Wayne Blair's Cannes hit is a toe-tapping feel-gooder, but is it worthy of the legacy left by those that inspired it...? (Click pic)

Saturday
Jul282012

INDUSTRY / HOW THE BIG YEAR BECAME ANYTHING BUT FOR FOX'S BIRDWATCHING COMEDY.

How Hollywood's funniest stars, hottest director and biggest studio conspired to blow millions on one of the industry's oddest comedy ideas ever. (Click pic)

Friday
Jul272012

BLOG / WILL THE DEMISE OF KPATZ PLUNGE DAWN INTO DARKNESS?

Has an irreparable PR stake been driven through the heart of Edward and Bella's money-spinning romantic mega-franchise?

Tuesday
Jul242012

FROM THE WEB / LATEST

Dutch films light up Mexico, Liberian cinema in the US Midwest and a Tavulan toilet doco feature in our latest grabs from the www. (Click pic)

Monday
Jul232012

FEATURES / CRISPIN GLOVER ON WERNER HERZOG

When SCREEN-SPACE spoke with modern avante-garde visionary Crispin Glover, the rambling, fascinating interview became a Werner Herzog love-in. (Click pic)

Monday
Jul232012

FEATURES / THE 61st MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

As the 2012 edition draws near, we launch our coverage of the event with a brief preview of what's on offer. (Click pic)

Monday
Jul232012

REVIEWS / SIDE BY SIDE

Keani Reeves takes the average viewer through the pros and cons of the film industry's increasing reliance upon digital technology. (Click pic)

Sunday
Jul222012

REVIEWS / KILLER JOE

A towering performance by Matthew McConnaughey is central to the dark humour and simmering tensions that highlight another great William Friedkin film (Click pic)

Friday
Jul202012

REVIEWS / STORM SURFERS 3D

Two Aussie surfing legends ponder age and mateship while dicing with death on the world's biggest swells. (Click pic).

Sunday
Jul152012

BLOG / RICHARD D. ZANUCK OBITUARY

Hollywood offers their reflections on the life and times of the late Richard D. Zanuck. (Click pic)

Saturday
Jul142012

REVIEW / THE THREE STOOGES

The Penn/del Toro/Carrey project is gone, but the spirit of Larry, Moe and Curly lives on in The Farrelly Brother's respectfully hilarious reboot. (Click pic)

Friday
Jul132012

HORROR / THE COLLECTOR: A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW

With the soon-to-be-released sequel earning buzz at Comic Con, we look back to the neglected horror work The Collector, in the first of our Retrospective Reviews. (Click pic)

Friday
Jul062012

FEATURES / CHOU'S SLUMBER AWAKENS AUDIENCES TO CAMBODIAN CLASSICS

An interview with Golden Slumbers director Davy Chou, recalling the all-but-decimated heritage of the cinema of his homeland, Cambodia. (Click pic)

Thursday
Jul052012

FEATURES / AVANT-GARDE MASTER TO BE HONOURED AT REVELATIONS

The late British filmmaker Jeff Keen, who passed away at 88 on June 21, will have his work honoured next week at Perth's Revelation Film Festival. (Click pic)