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Why Australians love going to the cinema

'I love the cinema experience. It’s a bonding experience, if it’s good it’s an emotional and cathartic experience.'

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Four Daughters is a Tunisian masterpiece – what makes the film groundbreaking?

Delve into the story behind Four Daughters – a critically lauded documentary about a family versus an extremist group.

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Anatomy of a Fall is a critique of anti-feminist backlash

With sexism on the rise in France, Anatomy of a Fall examines the role of motherhood and domestic labour in…

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The Zone of Interest: new Holocaust film powerfully lays bare the mechanisms of genocide

The Zone of Interest uses alienation from its central horror to make it one of the most unsettling holocaust films…

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Godzilla Minus One offers an insight into the complexity of Japan’s war memories

The human cost of war is the real villain of the Oscar nominated Godzilla Minus One,

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Napoleon: busting myths in the new Ridley Scott movie

Did Napoleon really fire at the pyramids? A historian explains the truth behind the legends of Ridley Scott’s biopic.

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Scarygirl tells a story of human-nature connection through Australian animation

Scarygirl, in cinemas now, emulates a toy aesthetic to teach kids about the natural world and the need for human-nature…

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The creativity of William Friedkin: from arthouse to Oscars

American director William Friedkin, once a crucial driver of New Hollywood in the 70s, has died at 87 years of…

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10 years of homegrown horror: Talk To Me signals a golden age

Are we witnessing a new golden age of Aussie horror? Jessica Balanzategui says yes.

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Is Ken a Men's Rights Activist in Barbie?

Ken’s rights? Research shows Barbie is surprisingly accurate on how ‘men’s rights activists’ are radicalised

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