3 Disney Movies That Are Riddled With Stereotypes

3 Disney Movies That Are Riddled With Stereotypes

Disney is an iconic company that’s been around for decades. We’ve all seen the movies as children—uh, sometimes on repeat—and begged and pleaded to visit Disneyland or Disneyworld. Little did we know that as children, these movies were instilling secret lessons about how the world works and our suggested place
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They Should Make A Movie Of That: <em>Who Bombed The Hilton</em>?

They Should Make A Movie Of That: Who Bombed The Hilton?

With Spotlight proving that there is nothing as satisfying as a rattling good investigative yarn, why not turn the saga behind Australia’s biggest unsolved crime into a movie? The book’s author, Rachel Landers, devises her own movie version!
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The (American) Films That Changed My Life: Richard Sowada

The (American) Films That Changed My Life: Richard Sowada

The director of the new film festival, Essential Independents: American Cinema, Now, picks the American movies – all of them independent in spirit – that changed him forever.
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Classics Worth Re-Catching: <em>Lantana</em> (2001)

Classics Worth Re-Catching: Lantana (2001)

Currently starring in this week’s Aussie comedy drama, A Month Of Sundays, the time is right to revisit one of the best films in Anthony LaPaglia’s impressive canon.
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Alex Ross Perry: Bows To <em>Queen Of Earth</em>

Alex Ross Perry: Bows To Queen Of Earth

Arriving at our Melbourne interview only two hours after landing in Australia, director, Alex Ross Perry, sits down with FilmInk to talk about his emotionally intense new film, Queen Of Earth.
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Movies You Might Not Have Seen: <em>Puncture</em> (2011)

Movies You Might Not Have Seen: Puncture (2011)

Currently playing the noblest of superheroes in Captain America: Civil War, Chris Evans essays a far darker and more difficult character in the little seen indie, Puncture.
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Watch <em>The Girlfriend Experience</em>, not <em>Game Of Thrones</em>!

Watch The Girlfriend Experience, not Game Of Thrones!

Our publisher is so enamoured with one TV show that he wants you to drop everything right now and start streaming it!
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AFTRS' Laura Dudgeon’s Top Ten Filmmaking Tips

AFTRS’ Laura Dudgeon’s Top Ten Filmmaking Tips

Award-winning writer, director, and AFTRS graduate, Laura Dudgeon, has nine years’ experience in film production across commercials, features, music videos, and television, and is the tutor for AFTRS Open’s upcoming Three Week Film School this June. She gave FilmInk her 10 Top Filmmaking Tips.
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Character Piece: Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) In <em>The Alien Quadrilogy</em>

Character Piece: Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) In The Alien Quadrilogy

It’s Alien Day – yes, that’s right, Alien Day! – so what better time could there possibly be to celebrate the greatest female character in science fiction cinema: the Alien series’ Ellen Ripley, played with magisterial brilliance by Sigourney Weaver.
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The Films That Changed My Life: Matthew Saville

The Films That Changed My Life: Matthew Saville

As Matthew Saville (the director of this week’s A Month Of Sundays) reminds us of a famous Jean-Luc Godard quote – “A story should have a beginning, a middle, and an end, but not necessarily in that order” – so too does this story with one of this country’s most
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Super Silly?: Superhero Head To Heads

Super Silly?: Superhero Head To Heads

Get ready to be outraged, pop culture fans! Here is one FilmInk contributor’s response to the latest tidal wave of duelling superhero movies.
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