Daisy Ridley and Patrick Ness Bring the Noise

Daisy Ridley and Patrick Ness Bring the Noise

The rising actress breaks the Star Wars mould in the best-selling YA author’s latest adaptation, Chaos Walking, also starring Tom Holland.
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Susan Sarandon Takes Flight In <em>Blackbird</em>

Susan Sarandon Takes Flight In Blackbird

Susan Sarandon gets the role of a lifetime in the powerful family drama Blackbird, which will play at The Brisbane International Film Festival.
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Roger Michell: Letting <em>Blackbird</em> Fly

Roger Michell: Letting Blackbird Fly

Director Roger Michell brings together a great cast (Susan Sarandon, Sam Neill, Kate Winslet and more) for the powerful family drama Blackbird.
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Marc Fitoussi: <i>Appearances</i> can be Deceiving

Marc Fitoussi: Appearances can be Deceiving

A fave of A-list French actresses, the director was finally able to convince Karen Viard to star for him, and the result is a comedic thriller that French ex-pats may dislike - witness it for yourself when the film premieres at the upcoming Alliance Francais French Film Festival.
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<i>76 Days</i>: Humanity During the Time of Covid

76 Days: Humanity During the Time of Covid

With his powerful Oscars shortlisted documentary, 76 Days, director Hao Wu, along with collaborators Weixi Chen and Anonymous, have put real people and their actions during a time of extreme crisis, on camera, during Wuhan’s 76-day lockdown.
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Kiah Roache-Turner: The Dawn of <i>Wyrmwood Apocalypse</i>

Kiah Roache-Turner: The Dawn of Wyrmwood Apocalypse

Back in 2014, independent Aussie zombie flick, Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead, made over 3 years by brothers Kiah and Tristan Roache-Turner, was released and awoke a local horror horde that very few thought existed. Now they are deep in production on a sequel, Wyrmwood Apocalypse.
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Take a Walk on the Wild Side with <i>Wolfwalkers</i>

Take a Walk on the Wild Side with Wolfwalkers

We speak with the animation wizards behind Cartoon Saloon's final film in their 2D animated, award-winning Irish folklore trilogy.
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<i>Raya and the Last Dragon</i>: Walking in Other People’s Shoes

Raya and the Last Dragon: Walking in Other People’s Shoes

Like the best of Disney, their latest animated adventure offers a timely subtext in among the fantastic creatures, lands, feels and laughs.
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A Screenwriting History

A Screenwriting History

There has been relatively little research done into the history of Australian screenwriters so the arrival of a recent book on the subject fills a much-needed gap.
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The premise of “The Bunker Kid”: from <i>Bad</i> to <i>Unbreakable</i>

The premise of “The Bunker Kid”: from Bad to Unbreakable

Twenty-eight years later, Bad Boy Bubby is still deeply affecting both Australian and international audiences. Arguably the first of its kind – a film that revolves around a protagonist breaking free from coerced captivity – the story of Bubby has firmly positioned itself as a staple in Australian cult cinema.
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Scott Haze: What Would Kobe Do

Scott Haze: What Would Kobe Do

The young actor (upcoming Antlers and Jurassic World: Dominion) got behind the camera for Mully, to tell the inspirational story of a humanitarian, and he’s now making the film available for free online.
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