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Ablaze: with Australia's first Aboriginal filmmaker, Bill Onus

Academic, advocate, singer and filmmaker Tiriki Onus discusses the film made by his grandfather William 'Bill' Onus and the documentary…

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How to Please a Woman review: sex work comedy with ups and downs

Set in Western Australia, Renee Webster's debut feature film celebrates the humanity and dignity of everyone involved.

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The Dry film gets a sequel and it's a Force of Nature

The team behind the box-office hit adaptation of Jane Harper's book will return for the second feature film.

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How to Make Gravy – the iconic song will become a Christmas film

Joe, Dan, and the famous gravy recipe will soon be hitting the big screen – just add a little red…

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Ari Wegner and Warwick Thornton headline ACMI's Light exhibition

The Oscar-nominated cinematographer and award-winning filmmaker will feature in the upcoming ACMI exhibition.

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The Drover's Wife review: a terrific Outback Western

Writer-director Leah Purcell casts fresh eyes on the dangers a woman alone might face in nineteenth-century colonial Australia.

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Want to be a director? Erin Good says 'get a side hustle'

The screenwriter and director says if you want to direct in Australia, you have to keep making things and observing…

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St Kilda Film Fest reveals lineup

Catch poetic documentaries, boundary-pushing animation, and re-imaginings of dark history at the 39th St Kilda Film Festival.

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Crocodile Dun-don't: confessions of an Australian film critic abroad

‘Australian art cinema' is a concept many overseas programmers have a hard time understanding – or even believing.

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When the Camera Stopped Rolling: giving Lilias Fraser the recognition she deserves

Lilias Fraser is a name all Australian film buffs should know – her daughter Jane Castle delivers a fitting tribute…

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