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<i>Same Same</i>: Hit US-made Web Series created by Australians

Same Same: Hit US-made Web Series created by Australians

You may need to leave Australia and make something for the under-represented to make it.
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Matt Day: The Films that Changed My Life

Matt Day: The Films that Changed My Life

The down to earth Aussie acting legend sat down with us to discuss his latest acting role in Reaching Distance, and the films that changed his life.
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Our Top 5 Funniest Casino Scenes from TV and Movies – Ever!

Our Top 5 Funniest Casino Scenes from TV and Movies – Ever!

Casinos have been featured in a variety of movies and TV shows over the years and are often closely associated since both are essentially forms of entertainment. However, there is a good reason why casinos seem to keep making guest appearances in movies and in all sorts of TV shows,
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First Image Released and Supporting Cast Announced on <i>Miss Fisher & The Crypt of Tears</i>

First Image Released and Supporting Cast Announced on Miss Fisher & The Crypt of Tears

Currently shooting in Morocco, the feature film adaptation of the popular TV show and best-selling murder mystery books by Kerry Greenwood, has also announced cast!
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Born To Ride: Remembering <em>Stone</em>

Born To Ride: Remembering Stone

With the Aussie bike flick, 1%, in cinemas this week, we look back at the first true local two-wheel classic – 1974’s Stone – and the equally absorbing documentary about its troubled production, 1999’s Stone Forever.
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Jason Blum: Betting on the House

Jason Blum: Betting on the House

In the news for all the wrong reasons, we were lucky to get an audience with the film producer on his recent trip to Australia to promote Halloween.
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Bond In Numbers

Bond In Numbers

The James Bond movie franchise is without doubt one of the best, most popular and most successful movie series of all time. This week, the movie series turns 56.
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Filmmaking with the Blockchain

Filmmaking with the Blockchain

If you thought that digital technology had disrupted the film industry, well, it’s just getting started, with crypto currency now emerging as a filmmaker’s friend and a way of the future.
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Walking Out Of The History Books: True Life Figures In Fictional Movies

Walking Out Of The History Books: True Life Figures In Fictional Movies

What happens when a real life historical figure walks into a wholly fictional movie? Here are a handful of cinematic responses...
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5 Movie Casinos That You Can Visit in Real Life

5 Movie Casinos That You Can Visit in Real Life

Casino-related movies have been taking the cinema world by storm for many years now. People love to see their favourite actors step up to the table and win huge amounts of cash. As the gambling capital of the world, you’ll find that most of the casino movies are set and
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Heath Davis: Nobody’s Fool

Heath Davis: Nobody’s Fool

The writer/director of Book Week discusses his inspirations for making the film, and most importantly, what he dressed up as for Book Week when he was a kid.
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College Admission Practice Test Prep Resources & Websites

College Admission Practice Test Prep Resources & Websites

Studying is never an easy task; it could get tiring and boring, not to mention very challenging! But with ample amount of preparation, this could get easy and engaging.
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Andrew Haigh: The Loneliness of <i>Lean on Pete</i>

Andrew Haigh: The Loneliness of Lean on Pete

The acclaimed British filmmaker behind Weekend and 45 Years, and the divisive HBO show Looking, makes his first American film with Lean on Pete.
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Felix Van Groeningen: <i>Beautiful Boy</i> Breakdown

Felix Van Groeningen: Beautiful Boy Breakdown

The Belgian filmmaker makes his English language debut with an adaptation of the best-selling memoirs by David and Nic Sheff.
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Louise Alston: Calling the Shots on <i>Stage Mums</i>

Louise Alston: Calling the Shots on Stage Mums

On the eve of Stage Mums debuting on commercial tele, we spoke to the series’ talented director.
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Jason Clarke: First Man from Winton

Jason Clarke: First Man from Winton

In Damien Chazelle’s First Man, the Australian actor plays Ed White, the first American to walk in space.
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Reviews

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Festival

As I Lay Dying

As I Lay Dying

…a sombre, quiet and lyrical film, whose languid pace and subtlety make it seem longer than its 74-minute running time
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Soulcalibur VI

Soulcalibur VI

…a gorgeously-animated, fast-paced flurry of spectacular moves and interesting modes.
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Videos

Friday the 13th Ultimate Slasher Edition trailer

BIFF 2018 Trailer

BIFF 2018 Trailer

Jane Fonda - Book Club Sydney Premiere

Jane Fonda - Book Club Sydney Premiere

Submergence Trailer

Submergence Trailer

Birthmarked Trailer - Exclusively Available to Buy or Rent on Digital Platforms

Birthmarked Trailer - Exclusively Available to Buy or Rent on Digital Platforms

Last Flag Flying Trailer

Last Flag Flying Trailer

Love Simon Red Carpet

Love Simon Red Carpet

Death Wish Grindhouse Red Band Trailer

Death Wish Grindhouse Red Band Trailer

Queer Screen 25th Mardi Gras Film Festival Trailer 2018

Queer Screen 25th Mardi Gras Film Festival Trailer 2018

Greg McLean + John Jarratt: Wolf Creek - New Season Dec 2017

Greg McLean + John Jarratt: Wolf Creek - New Season Dec 2017

Adelaide Film Festival 2017

Adelaide Film Festival 2017

The LEGO Batman Movie - Behind the Scenes

The LEGO Batman Movie - Behind the Scenes

The Beguiled

The Beguiled

The Mummy Black Carpet

The Mummy Black Carpet

St Kilda Film Festival Trailer

St Kilda Film Festival Trailer

EMO the Musical - introducing Bradley

EMO the Musical - introducing Bradley

David Morrissey Interview

David Morrissey Interview

Mindhunter

Mindhunter

Silence Trailer

Silence Trailer

MARDI GRAS FILM FESTIVAL 2017 TRAILER

MARDI GRAS FILM FESTIVAL 2017 TRAILER

Train to Busan Trailer

Train to Busan Trailer

Down Under Opening Scene & Trailer

Down Under Opening Scene & Trailer

Zach"s Ceremony Interview

Sydney Film Festival Audience Award winner Zach"s Ceremony is a "Boyhood"-like documentary which follows a young Aboriginal boy as he grows up under the shadow and guidance of his father.

Giveaways

Win a double pass to see <i>Beautiful Boy</i>

Win a double pass to see Beautiful Boy

Be a human and enter this competition for one of the most touching films of the year ...
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ClubInk

Movie of the Month: <i>The Old Man & The Gun</i>

Movie of the Month: The Old Man & The Gun

You do not want to miss Robert Redford's final screen performance.
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FilmInk Presents

FilmInk Presents: <i>Reaching Distance</i>

FilmInk Presents: Reaching Distance

Get ready to bend your mind with this visually and narratively astounding new Australian indie.
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