What Was the Greatest Year in Australian Cinema?

What Was the Greatest Year in Australian Cinema?

COVID is a time of many things, including creating pointless lists. Stephen Vagg came up with his ten favourite years in Australian cinema. It’s purely subjective, and please don’t get huffy if your film/year is left out.
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Prince: His Brief And Strange Life In Film

Prince: His Brief And Strange Life In Film

A renowned musician and performer, the sadly and shockingly departed Prince was also an occasional filmmaker and actor who walked with striking assurance to the crazy beat of his own cinematic drum.
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Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely: In Depth On <em>Captain America: Civil War</em>

Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely: In Depth On Captain America: Civil War

Screenwriters, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, spill some of the beans about the hotly anticipated superhero extravaganza that is Captain America: Civil War.
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Movies You Might Not Have Seen: <em>Intermission</em> (2003)

Movies You Might Not Have Seen: Intermission (2003)

With this week’s Pawno tracking a disparate crew of interconnected Footscray characters, this energised comedy drama similarly follows some of Dublin’s best and worst.
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The Films That Changed My Life: Sophie Mathisen

The Films That Changed My Life: Sophie Mathisen

The director of the French-set charmer, Drama (and now the director of The World Of Women’s Cinema (WOW) Film Festival too), picks her most important flicks.
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John Brumpton: Playing It Tough In <em>Pawno</em>

John Brumpton: Playing It Tough In Pawno

Starring in this week’s Pawno, we chat to Aussie legend, John Brumpton, about his long and winding career, which has included roles in Romper Stomper, The Loved Ones, and TV’s Killing Time.  
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Classics Worth Re-Catching: <em>The Wrestler</em> (2008)

Classics Worth Re-Catching: The Wrestler (2008)

Just prior to the premiere screening of The Resurrection Of Jake The Snake, the time is right to revisit the classic that tapped the tortured life of the superstar wrestler for inspiration.
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Diamond Dallas Page: <em>The Resurrection Of Jake The Snake</em>

Diamond Dallas Page: The Resurrection Of Jake The Snake

Wrestler-turned-Yogi, Diamond Dallas Page – the man behind the powerful new doco, The Resurrection Of Jake The Snake – talks exclusively about how Jake is doing now and why folks who hate wrestling should watch this film.
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Damian Hill: Behind The Counter Of <em>Pawno</em>

Damian Hill: Behind The Counter Of Pawno

Writer, actor, and producer, Damian Hill announces himself as a multi-talented star with the deeply humanistic ensemble drama, Pawno.
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They Should Make A Movie Of That: <em>Bright Shiny Morning</em>

They Should Make A Movie Of That: Bright Shiny Morning

This week’s Pawno is an interconnected ensemble piece set in the humble Melbourne suburb of Footscray. Here’s another interconnected ensemble piece (this time set in the slightly bigger region of Los Angeles) just waiting to be turned into a movie.
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<em>Mammal</em>: Straight Outta Sundance

Mammal: Straight Outta Sundance

An unconventional drama about an unconventional mother played by Rachel Griffiths, Mammal is a striking addition to the growing resume of impressive writer/director, Rebecca Daly.
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