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Monday
Nov052012

MEDIA / LES MISERABLES

The cast of Tom Hooper's eagerly-anticipated adaptation of Les Miserables reflect upon the live-performance tension of singing before the cameras. (Click pic)

Sunday
Nov042012

REVIEWS / SKYFALL

Shaken by violence and stirred into action, a reborn 007 deals with memory and legacy in Sam Mendes' deep, dark and absorbing Bond opus. (Click pic)

Thursday
Nov012012

REVIEWS / LE GUETTEUR (THE LOOKOUT)

Two of French cinema's biggest stars get down and dirty in Michele Placido's atmospheric but uneven thriller. (Click pic)

Tuesday
Oct302012

HORROR / NECRO-NOVACASTRIANS: NEWCASTLE'S DAY OF THE DEAD

A celebration of zombie culture has spawned Australia's latest genre short film festival in that thriving necropolis, Newcastle. (Click pic)

Friday
Oct262012

REVIEWS / MARIJINE (MARIJA'S OWN)

Fact and fiction are blurred to mixed effect in Croatian director Zeljko Sukova's heartfelt ode to her family's late matriarch. (Click pic)

Thursday
Oct252012

REVIEWS / THE MASTER

Masterful work from America's finest young director or an ambitious but flawed folly? (Click pic)

Tuesday
Oct232012

REVIEWS / LE PRENOM (WHAT'S IN A NAME?)

A tacky joke sets in motion an evening of jibes, backstabbing and bitter truths in this blackly-comic French farce. (Click pic)

Monday
Oct082012

FEATURES / HEARTS, MINDS AND TIME: THE COLIN TREVORROW INTERVIEW

We talk to Colin Trevorrow about his debut film, the uplifting time-travel drama Safety Not Guaranteed, and the struggle it faced to win over a jaded movie-going demographic. (Click pic).

Wednesday
Oct032012

FEATURES / THE BEST OF LARRY COHEN

With the great B-movie master due on Australian shores for a series of professional appearances, we take a debate-creating look at the career of Larry Cohen. (Click pic)

Friday
Sep282012

REVIEWS / SAVE YOUR LEGS

A new Australian film celebrates the traditions of our national game and the mateship that makes playing it a rite of passage for our men. (Click pic)

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)