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Danny Cohen on debut Courtney Barnett doco: 'it was like creating visual poetry'

From intimate audio diaries to bombastic tour footage, Danny Cohen worked with musician Courtney Barnett to create the antithesis to…

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Want to be a film producer? Meet Maggie Miles

The Paper Planes and Van Diemen's Land producer says: 'It’s just tenacity.'

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Frederick Wiseman film retrospective comes to Australia

Ten films are being presented across Sydney and Melbourne as part of a retrospective on US documentarian Frederick Wiseman.

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Australia's visionary unionist films revived for Cinema Reborn festival

In the 50s, a small group of Australian filmmakers set out in a custom Kombi Van to document the working…

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Hispanic migrants in Victoria – a chat with Our Voices director Diana Páez

Our Voices (Nuestras Voces), premiering at the Spanish Film Festival, is a powerful reflection on the strength and resilience of immigrants.

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CinefestOZ Albany program launch

Local talent and stories will be a key focus of the CineFestOZ program in April.

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Adelaide Film Festival: Submissions now open!

Submissions for the 2022 Adelaide Film Festival, held from 19 – 30 October 2022, are now open.

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River director Jennifer Peedom: 'Our attempts to control rivers have begun to backfire'

River explores the waterways of 34 countries, from drone footage deep within, and – thanks to NASA – high above.…

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'I hated it so much' – Byron Baes is upsettingly bad

It's safe to say our TV critic Mel Campbell was less than impressed with Netflix's Byron Bay-set docudrama – but…

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Film Review: River is a visual spectacle

Jennifer Peedom’s documentary sequel is awash with beautiful images but might struggle to reach the heights of its predecessor.

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