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Rachel Griffiths: Odds-on Favourite

Rachel Griffiths: Odds-on Favourite

The revered actor turns feature film director with the highly anticipated true story, Ride Like a Girl.
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New Australian film <i>The Furnace</i> Announced

New Australian film The Furnace Announced

Writer/Director Roderick MacKay will make his feature debut, with David Wenham and Ahmed Malek (both pictured) to star, with Baykali Ganambarr, Trevor Jamieson, Erik Thomson, Mahesh Jadu and Osamah Sami in supporting roles.
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Online Premiere: WATCH Tribeca Film Festival 2018 Selected Australian Short Film, <i>Knuckles</i>

Online Premiere: WATCH Tribeca Film Festival 2018 Selected Australian Short Film, Knuckles

After recently completing its festival run, Australian short film Knuckles, starring Tim Phillipps, Mirko Grillini, Laura Jane Turner and Simon Todman is now available to view online.
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Reaching for the Moon

Reaching for the Moon

Kiwi filmmaker Stef Harris continutes to ride the wave with his full length feature Blue Moon, shot on an iPhone for $12,000, starring two of New Zealand’s great character actors, selected for the prestigious New Zealand Film Festival among many others around the world, and now inaugural winner of the
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<i>Storm in a Teacup</i>: Portrait of Family, Art and Dementia

Storm in a Teacup: Portrait of Family, Art and Dementia

Filmmaker Nia Pericles turns the camera on her own family for a documentary that will screen as part of Dementia Action Week.
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Angry Birds Assemble

Angry Birds Assemble

Producer John Cohen (right) and Director Thurop Van Orman (left) open up about The Angry Birds Movie 2, which sees the birds and pigs team up to defeat a new enemy.
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Trouble On Set: Cinematic Tales Of Rack & Ruin # 1

Trouble On Set: Cinematic Tales Of Rack & Ruin # 1

Acts of nature, acts of god, acts of stupidity – many of the best stories in Hollywood happen behind the camera. Some productions defy the odds and make it to the screen with quality intact, but many fall into artistic ruin, victims of the curse of trouble on set.
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<i>I Am Woman</i> Roars at TIFF

I Am Woman Roars at TIFF

We spoke with I Am Woman director Unjoo Moon and star Tilda Cobham-Hervey following the film’s triumphant premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
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John Sheedy: D is for Director

John Sheedy: D is for Director

Celebrated stage director, John Sheedy makes a splash with his first feature film, H Is for Happiness. 
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Cars as Stars (and Co-Stars)

Cars as Stars (and Co-Stars)

Ever since the 1920s, when it was clear that cars piloted by normal, everyday people were set to become a staple of polite society, people have been personifying and humanising their vehicles. It’s easy enough to do, because as complex machines that we interact with each day, cars tend to
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Ashleigh Cummings: Fullest, Happiest Self

Ashleigh Cummings: Fullest, Happiest Self

One of this country’s most interesting actors – Tomorrow, When the War Began, Puberty Blues, Hounds of Love, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries – will next be seen in John Crowley’s highly anticipated adaptation of Donna Tartt’s popular book The Goldfinch, in which she plays Pippa, the lead character Theo’s (Ansel
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Sophie Hyde: Being a Woman, or Human

Sophie Hyde: Being a Woman, or Human

The 52 Tuesdays director returns with her Sundance-praised, Australian-Irish second feature, Animals.
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Rodd Rathjen: Not Drowning, Waving

Rodd Rathjen: Not Drowning, Waving

MIFF Accelerator Lab alum Rodd Rathjen makes his feature directorial debut with the survivor testimony-inspired account of slavery, Buoyancy.
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Australian New Wave Filmmakers Showcase returns to Melbourne

Australian New Wave Filmmakers Showcase returns to Melbourne

Three bold new Australian indie features from emerging filmmakers are playing in Melbourne.
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Australian Productions at Toronto International Film Festival

Australian Productions at Toronto International Film Festival

On the eve of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, film programmers are poised to showcase an unprecedented 5 Australian films and a TV series, including the World Premiere of Unjoo Moon’s I Am Woman.
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Releases


Reviews

Theatrical

Good Boys

Good Boys

…provides a good head rush from all the giggling, but also surprising moments of poignancy that shows genuine heart underneath
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Festival

Nevrland

Nevrland

…hard-hitting and confronting…
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Home

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

…fans of challenging, methodical, satisfying and strategic combat should be on this like Scoutflies on monster shit.
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Videos

2019 Brisbane International Film Festival trailer

The best films from around the world!

The Nightingale trailer

In cinemas August 29, 2019

Brightburn trailer

Superhero genre turns Bad Seed horror

Peterloo trailer

Mike Leigh"s latest in cinemas May 16, 2019

The Happy Prince trailer

In cinemas April 4, 2019

2019 Alliance Francais French Film Festival

Don"t miss Australia"s biggest film culture event of the year

Castle Rock trailer

TVC for acclaimed series

In Conversation with stars of The Sopranos

Michael Imperioli, Steve Schirripa and Vincent Pastore promote their tour of Australia in May 2019

Bird Box trailer

Sandra Bullock stars in this tense new thriller from director Susanne Bier

The School - in cinemas now

The School trailer

The School is in cinemas December 6

Japanese Film Festival trailer

The Japanese Film Festival is nearly in Sydney/Melbourne

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

ClubInk

Movie of the Month: <i>Animals</i>

Movie of the Month: Animals

Some friendships are wild at heart.
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FilmInk Presents

FilmInk Presents: <i>Locusts</i>

FilmInk Presents: Locusts

There's no place like home!
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