features archive

  • FilmInk’s Top 10 Films Of 2014

    We rewind back through the last twelve months and count down the ten best flicks of the year.

    December 16, 2014 15:44
  • The Horror, The Horror...

    Hollywood is hard-pressed when it comes to delivering something new, and that’s double the case when it comes to the horror genre.

    December 16, 2014 11:13
  • FilmInk’s Christmas Games Guide

    We’re here to let you know which end of year releases are worthy of your attention – and will keep you sane during the silly season. Game on!

    December 15, 2014 16:55
  • Run Khan Run!

    Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan talks about his new role in ‘P.K.’, an Indian comedy being branded the new Forrest Gump.

    December 12, 2014 16:52
  • 5 Things You Need To Know About 'Pulp Fiction'

    With Event Cinemas set to bring Quentin Tarantino’ towering masterpiece, PULP FICTION, back to the big screen, here are a few tasty facts about this crime classic.

    December 11, 2014 11:49
  • Top 10 Tips For Filmmakers

    Calling all aspiring filmmakers!

    December 11, 2014 10:28
  • Robert Zemeckis’ High Wire Act

    In relaying an impossible feat with ‘The Walk’, it seems fitting that the making of the film itself has also proven an act of spectacular ingenuity.

    December 10, 2014 10:56
  • 5 Top Tips for Writing a Short Film

    So you want to make a short film? Here are five tips from a Tropfest winner and Palme d'Or nominee, Jonathan Ogilvie.

    December 8, 2014 12:32
  • Perfect Match

    After years of mismanagement in the local film and television industry, former actor Frank Hansen has founded his own talent agency and has a lot to say when it comes to forming that crucial relationship.

    December 5, 2014 13:14
  • Atom Egoyan: Into The Dark

    Veteran Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan wades into the grim, ominous world of online predators with the polarising ‘The Captive’ and we discuss the film’s dark roots here…

    December 1, 2014 13:55
  • 5 Questions with Michael Rymer

    Get a taste of what you’re in for with AFTRS Open’s special one-off evening with Michael Rymer, who talks to us re power shifts in Hollywood, career disappointments, utilising the Australian film industry and amateur mistakes.

    December 1, 2014 13:23
  • Midlife Mysteries

    Ahead of his new comedy drama ‘The Mystery Of Happiness’ hitting cinemas, acclaimed Argentinian filmmaker Daniel Burman talks character psychology and Woody Allen comparisons.

    November 27, 2014 12:40
  • Spook Royalty

    With Palestine and Israel back in the news, 'The Green Prince' examines the human side of the conflict through the relationship between an Israeli agent and his Palestinian informer.

    November 27, 2014 11:03
  • Blinded By The Light

    We spoke with ‘The Blind Film Critic’, Tommy Edison, on the eve of his appearance at The Other Film Festival in Melbourne.

    November 26, 2014 13:25
  • Not Your Token Apocalypse Movie

    We speak with Tallay Wickham, who puts in an eye-catching turn in How To Save Us, Jason Trost's latest ambitious indie.

    November 25, 2014 16:26
  • Doing It For The Fans

    Alan Ritchson is taking a little-known cable TV show – BLUE MOUNTAIN STATE – to the big screen.

    November 24, 2014 21:19
  • Indie film intervention: The Making of new feature Ad Nauseam

    The new local indie, 'Ad Nauseam', has just released independently on iTunes, and it might just go viral.

    November 21, 2014 15:06
  • WWE Superstar Kane Sees No Evil Again

    Glenn Jacobs, better known to his hordes of WWE fans as Kane returns to the slasher genre with ‘See No Evil 2’, which is screening at Monster Fest in Melbourne.

    November 21, 2014 10:46
  • Brent Griffin’s (aka SPOD) 5 Top Tips for making a Music Video

    AFTRS Open is holding a 4 day MAKE A MUSIC VIDEO course with Brent Griffin , aka SPOD (Art vs Science, The Vines, Dan Kelly, The Laurels) next week at AFTRS. We had a chat with Brent who gave us his 5 Top Tips for making a Music Video.

    November 20, 2014 13:16
  • Hit Girl

    Actress, VIVA BIANCA, gets amongst it as a tough-as-nails Navy Seal in writer/director, Jon Hewitt’s sci-fi belter, TURKEY SHOOT.

    November 20, 2014 12:53
follow us on twitter
like us on facebook

latest issue

Filmink latest issue

latest reviews

What's Wrong With Australian Films

This doco tackles this constantly debated question with a bold and fresh approach.

Big Eyes

Tim Burton strips back his usual theatrics to tell this simple but touching story reminiscent of the filmmaker's early work.

The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies (3D)

While it’s plagued by the problems of its predecessors, Peter Jackson’s final voyage to Middle-Earth packs a surprising amount of punch.

Keep On Keepin' On

Don’t worry, you don’t need to be a fan of jazz to be a fan of this joyful, revelatory music doc.

latest news

Blak Wave: A Cinematic Re-Education
Blak Wave: A Cinematic Re-Education

Indigenous storytelling is alive and well, according to actor Aaron Pedersen, who will lead a number of hot topic discussions at Blak Nite Screen.

Big Year for Australian Documentaries
Big Year for Australian Documentaries

Screen Australia announces eight new documentaries to receive funding including two docos on racism.

Voting Now Open For The FilmInk Awards 2014!
Voting Now Open For The FilmInk Awards 2014!

Have your say regarding the best and worst flicks of 2014 – as well as a host of new categories we’re unveiling this year.

Flickerfest Reveals Official Competition Program
Flickerfest Reveals Official Competition Program

…with a collection of homegrown and international gems that we want to see now.