<i>Mortal Kombat</i>: An Australian Blockbuster

Mortal Kombat: An Australian Blockbuster

We speak with director/producer Simon McQuoid and producer E. Bennett Walsh about the Warner Bros. 2-quadrant R-rated game adaptation shot in South Australia and finished in Sydney.
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What We Talk About When We Talk About Jean-Marc Barr

What We Talk About When We Talk About Jean-Marc Barr

Jean-Marc Barr stars in an Australian short film, premiering at Flickerest
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Reg Cribb and the Upside Down River

Reg Cribb and the Upside Down River

The writer of Last Cab to Darwin has a new play opening in Sydney!
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Some Kind of Wonderful

Some Kind of Wonderful

Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice director, Zack Snyder, pulls back the curtains on how Wonder Woman – played by Gal Gadot – fits into the highly anticipated superhero blockbuster.
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Acting On His Instincts

Acting On His Instincts

Julian Shaw looks forward to a range of acting projects in 2016, beginning this weekend with the short film First & Second, which has its world premiere at Flickerfest.
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Hiiiiiigh Tech

Hiiiiiigh Tech

Seth Rogen talks computer crashes, free phones, the fracas around The Interview, and his new film, Steve Jobs
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Deep Space Matters

Deep Space Matters

SF figurehead Joseph Mallozzi opens up about Dark Matter, his Stargate universe follow-up, which like its predecessor has gained a strong, loyal following.
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A Mother's Meadow

A Mother’s Meadow

Director and cinematographer of Meadowland Reed Morano talks to Danny Peary about motherhood, art, and how a battle with cancer became a cinematic fever dream.
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The Swedish Girl

The Swedish Girl

With two Golden Globe nominations now on her resume for The Danish Girl and Ex Machina, Swedish-born Alicia Vikander is setting the film world on fire.
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Out of the Shadows

Out of the Shadows

From Underbelly to Idiot Box, David Caesar deftly navigates between TV craftsman and big screen auteur. Preparing for the release of Nowhere Boys: Book Of Shadows David spoke with Filmink about magic, evil, and why callbacks to John Ford westerns are appropriate to young adult fiction.
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Paul Dano Youth

Youth Movement

Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel might be the stars of the show, but Paul Dano more than makes his presence felt in the acclaimed drama ‘Youth’.
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