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Sifting for gems at the Melbourne International Film Festival 68.5, this critic finds European treats 'Ema', 'Paris Calligrammes', and the resurrection of a Raúl Ruiz horror-fantasy, and some Australian films too.
It's harder than ever for female-led feature films to find audiences. An intensive 10-month lab, Attagirl, proposes global solutions and festival networks.
Not even coronavirus could stop the crowds for the debut of a deliciously grisly b-grade thriller starring Russell Crowe.
BIFF unveils highlights, MIFF gets ready to go, Screen Australia enterprise recipients and new global initiative for female and non binary creative teams.
This week Babyteeth reaches the Australian silver screen – but how did the spike in coronavirus cases affect its premiere?
The entire box office is upended as blockbusters disappear and indies turn up on top, though the flicks have become an eccentric pleasure.
The online version of the Melbourne International Film Festival tumbles out to its national audience, with a mix of ticketed viewing and streaming rolling out across August.
Our biggest cinephile event has us in a tizz, but there's lots of other news and views in this fortnight's industry roundup.
The half-hour documentary is based on voice recordings from around the country. It premieres next week.
This week at the box office, audiences see the classics reimagined, the familiar rendered horrific – and an Icelandic film makes an unexpected splash.
There were nearly double the entries this year, with a slew of new and established directing talent recognised. Watch these names.
'Something is dangerously askew in the way that we are talking about race in the arts in this country, and we feel that it is time we spoke up,’ write Warwick Thornton, Tony Ayres, Rachel Perkins and others.
Festivals, film openings and awards continue. This fortnight's eclectic roundup shows an industry pivoting painfully, but still alive and planning for the future.
This week is a promising one: we have some nice debuts, more screenings, and better numbers all around, but drive-ins may prove necessary for a while.
From Relic to Rams, Slim and I and Babyteeth, our updated list for COVID-19 has films to look out for on socially distanced screens.
Monster Pictures and Pictures in Paradise have created a joint venture to hypnotise cult audiences with enough pizzazz to cross over.
Some films just keep pushing through even though the selection of finalists for each festival may be very different. As in The Egg.
Some Australian films slot into schedule, the Senate passes call for local content obligations on streamers, and much more in our fortnightly wrap.
The ten Australian films vying for the $10,000 Documentary Prize are a quietly effective bunch, revealing much about the evolution of the sector.
A good week for classics, but as cinemas start to reopen the charts might be creeping towards a new normal.
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