Academic Thom Andersen created a 150 minute cinematic journey through the streets of Los Angeles via a compendium of hundreds of scene clips from his favourite films, from the silent era to the blockbusters of today.
In 1987, a fresh-out-of-film-school young man named Todd Haynes created a biopic of the late singer Karen Carpenter that became an overnight cult hit. It stars Barbie and Ken dolls...
Courtesy of Yahoo and Roadshow Films, SCREEN-SPACE provides a live link to the World Premiere Red Carpet event for one of 2013's biggest releases, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Tune in November 12 at 4am, AEST.
Ben Affleck, Tom Hooper, Ang Lee, David O Russell, Gus Van sant and Quentin Tarantino enjoy each other's reflections upon the craft of directing (with thanks to The Hollywood Reporter).
Having gone to ground after the poor box-office performance of the under-valued Rogue, director Greg McLean resurfaces with a sequel to the brutal horror classic that made his name.
In 1987, Quentin Tarantino directed and starred in his first short film, the pop culture-infused buddy flick My Best Friend's Birthday. Though much of the film was allegedly lost to a fire that engulfed the editing suite used to cut the film, 36 mostly-watchable minutes remain.
Joe Begos' Almost Human emerges as one of the most anticipated premieres featured amongst the Toronto International Film Festival's Midnight Madness strand (some NSFW content for the squeamish)