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The latest and maybe the best reinvention of the old Chinese Monkey legend from The Journey to the West comes from Australia, with New Zealand and Netflix in close attendance.
Look carefully and you will find some powerful Australian indy films staking out a strictly limited release. And others that are hanging in.
Arts organisations will face limitations on the use of international talent under changes to visa laws.
SBS and the ABC confront each other to control the non-cookery mid to late evening. Its serious doc v prime comedy.
Top of the Lake: China Girl blasts off in a tribute for a favoured heroine at the Cannes Film Festival, while the French industry tries to clip Netflix's wings.
While Easter is dominated by tentpoles and the ratings have stopped on TV, SBS movies and iView can still get you through. And Kurosawa is a month away.
Easter thrums with the big films, which have the top seven in the twenty - but there are good pickings in the small European pictures.
There’s a lot of grim conversations going around town about the death of John Clarke, perhaps our greatest satirist and comedian.
One of Australia's favourite satirists, John Clarke, has died suddenly, aged just 68.
Brisbane no longer has an internationally recognised annual film festival. It has been closed.
While the Sydney Film Festival dominates the skyline, small Australian films are still worth hunting down. And Dance Academy is released tonight.
Green Square is closer to becoming a creative hub with the announcement of new management driving its artistic stamp on this community.
As new talent comes through in the Australian Directors Guild Award nominations, the gender figures are still pretty ghastly.
Lion holds on, just, while The Family and Zac's Ceremony create some spreading ripples. Hark, we hear the holiday tentpoles and the jangle of circus banjos.
Different combos of sport, but the results are very, very stable.
ACMI and Film Victoria secure a version of Series Mania, a key international television festival.
QAGOMA wants an industry audience for its film noir program. A virtuous circle since the films are so inspiring.
Will Dance Academy become a THING? Jasper Jones is still around, while Peppa Pig is charming tots. Nothing for the oldies wanting frights, sadly.
The football machine is now up to pressure and trundling around the paddock. The usual Thursday lack of MKR makes much more difference.
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