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FedFest held this past weekend in the Federation Square Atrium provided enthusiastic film aficionados the chance to view the work of some of Australia’s foremost short filmmakers.
There is an innate and deliberate feel of time moving slowly in 'The Grocer’s Son'.
Lost Everything, the new feature for filmmaker Kim St Leon, will have it’s Australian debut at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival which begins it 19th season tonight at St Kilda’s majestic Astor theatre tonight.
Picture Blue Velvet by way of American Beauty unfurling on Wisteria Lane and the lurid visions you conjure go some way to expressing the tricky ambitions of Beautiful.
Etched on the fringes of popular culture, the work of Alan Moore has long been regarded with critical acclaim, his graphic novels the subject of a devoted fan following.
Jeremy Clarkson (of the 'Top Gear' fame) all but steals the film in his few brief moments, particularly when he attempts to convince the sheepish-faced Bana that basically, “all muscle cars are crap”.
If you don’t know Yolande Moreau by name, you’ll likely recognise the star of 'Séraphine’s' distinctive phizog, the talented performer a veteran of modern European cinema familiar to Western audiences for roles in breakout French-set confections such as 'Amelie' and 'Paris, je t’aime.'
This second film from UK Production Company, Slingshot, examines the nature of love in a playful screenplay by Aschlin Ditta (Scenes Of A Sexual Nature).
Sometimes the simple things in life are often the best. 'Love Me Know More' (Deux jours a tuer) certainly lives up to this saying.
The opening sequence of 'JCVD' is an exercise in filmmaking smarts.
French genre-skipper Robert Guédiguian turns his roving eye to the thriller with 'Lady Jane', an icy vengeance drama turning twists in Marseille.
Released in close succession, 'Gran Torino' and 'Changeling' seem to offer two vastly disparate visions from director Clint Eastwood.
'Cash' can best be described as 'Ocean’s 11' meets the hit BBC series 'Hustle',all set in Paris and on the gorgeous Cote d'Azur.
Opening the documentary are images of Dutch film director Theo van Gogh, who was murdered by Islamic fundamentalists in Amsterdam in 2004.
Fuzzy schlub, Seth Rogen, and fellow '40 Year Old Virgin' bit-parter, Elizabeth Banks, are the eponymous platonics one bounced cheque from the skids.
Writer-director Nora Hamidi's characters and their italicised lives may have certain familiar cookie contours, but Dolls and Angels' players do pull off an engaging depth and credibility for each of their playees.
In his latest film, 'Lemon Tree', Israeli director Eran Riklis presents a sensitive but hard-hitting commentary on the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian struggles.
The film He’s Just Not That Into You is based on a hugely successful book of the same name by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo, who also wrote for Sex and the City.
For a while, Pride and Glory plays like the fiercest episode of Law & Order ever writ large and dashed luridly across the big screen. The beat-treading camerawork, the attention to dot-plotting police procedure, the bleak ambience of New York’s niveous, crime-sodden streets – all are impressively exploited by helmer Gavin O’Connor in this corrupt cop thriller’s tautly carved opening hour.
American cinema revels in the comeback storys from the Rocky films through The Natural and more recently Cinderella Man, the celluloid history of Hollywood is struck through with a belief that anyone can make it big, fail, and be resurrected like a modern-day Lazarus.
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