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Bruce Beresford is like a great rock standing in some uncharted sea, looming out of the mist to awe passing mariners. Now he wants to make another comedy.
A girl dreams of chasing her eagle-training, fox-hunting dream, and a filmmaker turns her tale into a standard documentary.
Lexus, makers of expensive cars, turn out to be surfacers of fine cinematic talent. Via the Sydney Film Festival, of course.
With Alec Baldwin taking on infancy, laughing at a tot with a man's voice works once, but rarely after that.
Bentley Dean talks about how the film Tanna came together. Pigs and kava were involved.
This first-time effort grapples with the inescapable influence of home as two women fall in love in a small town.
The Sydney Film Festival celebrates ten years of its major prize with a series of screenings - tickets out today, from 3pm.
Lion is over $160m around the world. But local audiences can now watch The Family, the Death and Life of Otto Bloom and David Stratton.
US producer Amy Hobby provides a wealth of experience about the changing landscape of festivals, and the tools to fight for recognition.
James Franco stars as Michael Glatze, a man who went from gay activist to a Christian pastor in love with a woman.
Quirky rom-com meets murder-mystery thriller, complete with observational humour and not-as-conventional dark humour.
Martin Scorsese's latest both explores and tests faith, with rewarding, revelatory viewing the end result.
At $156m, Lion has now beaten Hacksaw Ridge's $150m around the world - if we leave out China where it is not running.
Perth-born New York-based artist Ian Strange offers advice on how to go it solo without a gallery and how to find your support tribe.
In the arts, retirement is often not an option.
The Family is doing well on a tiny release, which will spread. Lion continues to dominate. Jasper Jones is going ok+.
A subpar local comedy receives an even less pleasant sequel that's high on hijinks but low on surprises and laughs.
Cinema's colossal ape returns for an enjoyable stint of jungle-set, war-tinted monster mayhem.
A favourite comic book figure receives a fitting final chapter that's as emotionally piercing as his adamantium claws.
A screen culture champion, a live music advocate and a Festival Director are among this year's inductees.
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