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Faith, drama and temptation spiced up Tait Brady's journey to make Suzi Q as an independent feature documentary. It is a mixture of faith, drama and temptation.
The Asia Pacific Screen Awards develop grunt and glam as they support the rise of trans-regional markets.
Short, snackable, raw. Here are the takeaway bites on our plate this week.
Judy and Punch dances, Two Heads Creek splatters, while Better Days survives abrupt disappearance at the hands of Chinese government.
Diversity rules in musical styles, even between works by the same composer at the 2019 APRA AMCOS screen music awards.
Scorsese's latest is a paradoxical object – and not just because of its digitally de-aged cast, writes Adrian Martin.
It might not be groundbreaking, but this doco has the right kind of swagger and charm to pay tribute to the woman at its core.
This week at the Aussie box office we receive an object lesson in the disparity between commercial success and critical acclaim.
Australia has not one but two awards systems to judge films from the Asia-Pacific region, from both APSA and AACTA. How do they line up?
Imagination will not be defeated. Witness the power of John Hinde beyond the grave, boosting science fiction in local screen production.
Streaming services, cinemas and the ultimate need to coexist.
Adam Driver leads a star-studded cast in this tense deep dive into the CIA's history of torture tactics.
As Christmas creeps into the box office, we take a look at whether audiences are feeling the festive spirit.
Filmmaker Markus Stone looks at how to film without a crew by assembling a mobile travel kit of cameras, lights and sound equipment.
Spoiler alert: it's more than just heavy lifting.
Emu Runner is a quiet film of a child dealing with grief and her bond with the emu, nguri told with the Ngemba girl from Brewarrina in NSW.
Very different visions of Australia pile onto our screens, though you may have to search to find them. Plus festivals like a chocolate box of surprises.
Mirrah Foulkes' delightfully dark feature film debut gives a feminist twist twist to the squabbling sideshow couple.
With Samantha Lang as head of development, Garth Davis and See-Saw are formally joined at the business hip.
Parasite has sucked the arthouse world dry and hasn't finished. Ride Like a Girl is still out in a mad counter. Little Monsters is being unfairly dismissed.
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