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Nitram: Backward About Coming Forward

Ever since it became public knowledge that Justin Kurzel’s next film would tackle the 1996 massacre in Port Arthur – when lone gunman Martin Bryant killed 35 people – there has been uproar in Australia.
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Making Sexual Health Sexy

Alex Liu hopes to obliterate the stigma surrounding sexual health and inspire people to talk more openly about sex through his new documentary.
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Unsung Auteurs: Frank Perry

FilmInk salutes the work of directors who have never truly received the credit that they deserve. In this installment: Frank Perry, who helmed a series of fascinating and highly unusual films throughout the 1960s, 70s and 80s.
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All My Puny Sorrows: Suicide is Painless

One of the best received films at the recent Toronto International Film Festival was writer/director Michael McGowan’s adaptation of Miriam Toews’ highly personal novel All My Puny Sorrows, starring Alison Pill, Sarah Gadon and Mare Winningham.
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Melanie Laurent: The Spirit of The Mad Women’s Ball

Directed by and starring Mélanie Laurent, The Mad Womens Ball – which made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this week ahead of its Amazon Prime Video debut – is a luscious period thriller with a “Sixth Sense” twist.
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Eva Orner: Burning Up and Optimistic

When Oscar, AACTA and Emmy award-winning filmmaker Eva Orner returned home to Melbourne for Christmas 2019, she couldn’t believe what she was seeing and immediately knew she needed to do something.
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Best of Venice

The 68th Venice Film Festival delivered a bumper crop of films with a huge array of stars on the Lido to support them.
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Unsung Auteurs: Amy Holden Jones

FilmInk salutes the work of directors who have never truly received the credit that they deserve. In this installment: Amy Holden Jones, who helmed the pioneering 1982 horror flick The Slumber Party Massacre.