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As schoolyard violence enlists educators rather than pupils, a likeable cast can't salvage this chaotic comedy.
Martin Butler and Bentley Dean put their names to passionate letter signed by all the nominees for the Foreign Language Oscar.
Some gently quiet victories but no upsets for the Australians while chaos reigned at the climax.
Results for the Oscars telecasts?
Based on a true tale, this account of addiction and animals benefits from a star turn by the titular feline as himself.
Tania Nehme, the editor of Tanna, sent a lovely email to friends last week about LA just before the Oscars.
Be part of a $400,000 Making Spaces Initiative in Western Sydney – it could be the studio collaboration you’re looking for.
Which categories get an Australian film tragic’s heart racing for Oscars 2017? Can any of the Hacksaw Ridge, Lion and Tanna nominees win?
How to watch the Oscars streamed. And David Stratton on the big screen. And a Drone Festival in WA. Lots more as well.
Sales of vinyl records are on the rise for the first time in 25 years but almost half of those who bought a record last year have not listened to it. What's going on?
The advice for Robert Mackenzie for his Oscar nomination in the sound category? Buy a suit.
Bookmakers beat critics when it comes to making Oscars predictions. It's nine years since they have been wrong.
The films and the trailers, including Ildikó Enyedi, Agnieszka Holland and Aki Kaurismaki - in a small compendium of future pleasures. And some tough films about kids.
Want to know why money is so tight in commercial television production except at the top? Here's Seven's half yearly results.
Lion continues to dominate its niche in the box office.
Seven is back in the home grown format game with two new shows as its long running love affair with talent shows runs out of steam.
Newtons Law has found an audience but we wish it was larger. Gogglebox continues to do well for Ten, along with the night's sole squirm show, I'm a Celebrity.
The New Zealand government is on a global hunt for creative talent.
New releases and 35mm double bills spice up February while Tasmania's idea of light and joy is looking for entries now.
The Screen Australia film development announcement tells us trends, directions and slates as the sector struggles for international attention.
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