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This enjoyable jaunt through Han Solo’s origins charts expected territory, but the latest Star Wars side story still engages.
Might versus right set in a picturesque fishing village populated by gentle and the not so gentle – a small tale of human viciousness.
Besides the Han Solo picture, The Bookshop and Lost in Paris could be treats. 2001 is running in 70mm, while Cargo and Breath are still hunting audiences.
The fact that Cargo is an interesting pic with a great performance from an international actor turned out not to help. One duck steps out of line and the pic is done.
A connoisseur of irony? Here's some from the sales at Cannes, involving Netflix, Jafar Panahi and a heap of disappointed young people in China.
In a magic moment, an Australian film wins a rare, rare Palme d'Or for Short Film at Cannes.
The local affection for the St Kilda Film Festival seems to be increasing year by year. Not just a film fest for audiences it is becoming tribal and transgenerational.
The battle to save the extraordinary Capitol Theatre in Melbourne nears victory, as Lord David Puttnam joins the fight with more international muscle.
The wisecracking superhero is back, once again trying to pass off snarky, self-referential gags as substance.
Cargo arrives for limited screenings in the one country where you can see it on a big screen. St Kilda Film Fest is ready to roll, Palace goes German and Breath has the call of the sea.
From 17 - 26 May, covering ten days and two weekends, the St Kilda Film Festival becomes an imagination gym for short filmmakers. It is a different world.
Breath still getting oxygen as huge wave of Avengers breaks over the cine-scape.
Chronicling a powerful year in the band’s history, this documentary is at its best when it’s capturing their fans’ passion.
A fine list of films, as Paul Harris remembers the shorts of his youth which still resonate.
The Aboriginal actor, who starred in The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith and The Shadow King, has died in Katherine aged 59.
A program for professional filmmakers to profile artists living with a disability in regional NSW has surpassed all expectation, with the films now screening on Virgin in-flight entertainment and ABC iview.
The budget cuts to the ABC are strangely real and strangely not. How will this play out?
Want a double pass to one whole day of the Sydney Film Festival? Make your bid here, in our chance to win.
New films include Life of the Party, Tully, Chappaquiddick, and Crooked House. But Breath is lovely and some classics are still hanging in.
The filmmakers honoured at the 2018 Sydney Film Festival embrace their inner larrikin and ignore the call of respectable normality
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