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The Aussies Who Nearly Played Bond…

The Aussies Who Nearly Played Bond…

FilmInk looks at the many Aussies who nearly uttered the famous line, “My name’s Bond...James Bond.”
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Watch <i>Resting Pitch Face</i>

Watch Resting Pitch Face

We dropped the trailer a few days ago in anticipation, and now you can watch all 3 episodes of the snappy web series that satirises the male dominated world of STEM. Produced by Grumpy Sailor, directed by Claudia Pickering, and starring Bridie Connell, Emily Havea and Nakkiah Lui.
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Getting engaged with Australian Cinema: The Best Films of the Decade

Getting engaged with Australian Cinema: The Best Films of the Decade

You may be surprised to know that the film industry owes a large debt to Australia. All the way back in 1906, Australian director shot The Story of the Kelly Gang in and around the city of Melbourne. Looking back, film fans now recognise this as an important bit of
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Alexandre O. Philippe: Breaking Down Alien’s Chestbuster Moment

Alexandre O. Philippe: Breaking Down Alien’s Chestbuster Moment

A new documentary, Memory: The Origins of Alien, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, which analyses the cultural significance of the 1979 classic.
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Character Piece: Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) In <em>Breakfast At Tiffany’s</em>

Character Piece: Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) In Breakfast At Tiffany’s

Hooker or just a good time party girl? Either way, Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly is one of the most indelible cinema characters of all time.
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Australian Filmmaker's Explosive Short Film

Australian Filmmaker’s Explosive Short Film

Award-winning multi-disciplinary artist and commercials director Patrick Fileti's latest short film was made in Mexico.
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John Kassab: Looking for a Diverse Cinespace

John Kassab: Looking for a Diverse Cinespace

The Australian filmmaker is on a mission for a more realistic depiction of this country’s diversity on our screens.
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Experience the Best in Chinese Cinema…For Free!

Experience the Best in Chinese Cinema…For Free!

That’s right, you can see a whole host of new Chinese films on the big screen…gratis!
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Vale Bruno Ganz…And Hail <em>Downfall</em>

Vale Bruno Ganz…And Hail Downfall

On the passing of the great Swiss actor, Bruno Ganz, we look back on his most famous role: playing a controversially human Adolf Hitler in Downfall.
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Murali Thalluri to finally follow up <i>2:37</i>

Murali Thalluri to finally follow up 2:37

He may have been the youngest filmmaker to have his film selected in competition at Cannes back in 2006, but now he may also hold the record for the longest time to follow up on that kind of success.
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60 Australian TV Plays of the 1950s & ‘60s

60 Australian TV Plays of the 1950s & ‘60s

A format that thrived in the US and UK during a similar period, Stephen Vagg uncovers the many Australian filmed plays that appeared on our televisions and are barely remembered today.
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Writing A Great Screenplay:  A Beginner’s Guide

Writing A Great Screenplay: A Beginner’s Guide

There is a famous quote that goes like, “Each novel shows either of the two things; the continuity of life or the inevitability of death”.  It would be fair to say that it is mostly true for screenplays as well; even comedy or action.
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Jordana Spiro: Directing Comes On

Jordana Spiro: Directing Comes On

She has been acting for over two decades, most recently in Ozark, but now takes the reins on her feature film debut, Night Comes On.
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Christopher Atkins: The Grey Lagoon

Christopher Atkins: The Grey Lagoon

He sprung into everyone’s consciousness back in 1980 in the surprise hit The Blue Lagoon, and next you will be seeing Christopher Atkins strip (and act) in 2019 in the stage show, Ladies Night.
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Low Budget Indie Films: How Are They Financed and Can They Make Money?

Low Budget Indie Films: How Are They Financed and Can They Make Money?

Is it possible for a limited budget flick to make money? The exact figure required for a film to be considered low budget is relative. Major studios would say $20 – 30 million, guilds and unions may say anything under $5 million, but for completely new independent directors you will
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RocKabul

RocKabul

The sheer crazy-brave lunacy of the affable bandmates as they (quite literally) risk all to pursue their dreams to play
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Metro Exodus

Metro Exodus

For those interested in a thoughtful, deliberately-paced thriller with Tarantino-esque explosions of shocking violence, intelligent world building and genuinely scary
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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.

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Win a Double Pass to <i>The Need to Grow</i> in Melbourne

Win a Double Pass to The Need to Grow in Melbourne

Screening as part of Transitions Film Festival at Cinema Nova ...
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Sydney ClubInk Members - Win a Double Pass to Sneak Screening of <i>Greta</i>

Sydney ClubInk Members – Win a Double Pass to Sneak Screening of Greta

See Greta first, and get a popcorn and drink to go with the thrills on screen! ...
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Sydney ClubInk Members - Win a Double Pass to Sneak Screening of <i>Greta</i>

Sydney ClubInk Members – Win a Double Pass to Sneak Screening of Greta

See Greta first, and get a popcorn and drink to go with the thrills on screen!
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