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Mother-and-Son

Mother and Son

The long awaited premiere of Mother and Son at The Comedy Theatre in Melbourne was well worth the wait. It’s difficult to believe it's been 30 years since Read more...


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Alexander-Haney-Interview

Alexander Haney Interview

At 18, Alexander Haney possesses an impressive body of work. The young filmmaker's latest project is an anti-bullying film entitled “Charity”, produced in association with The Stop Bullying Foundation Read more...

Too-Late-Blues

Too Late Blues

Rarely has the title of a film matched the story as poignant as in director John Cassavetes underrated and almost forgotten Too Late Blues (1961) Read more...

Braquo---The-Complete-Series-3

Braquo - The Complete Series 3

Series 3 of this ultra-violent French cop drama enters an explosive start when, in a brief recap, we see Theo Vachewski’s car blown up. Theo, part Eddy Caplan’s team Read more...


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Alain-Robbe-Grillet-Six-Films-1963-1974

Alain Robbe-Grillet Six Films 1963-1974

Perhaps best known as the writer of Alain Renais’ ‘Last Year In Marienbad’, Alain Robbe-Grillet was also the leading novelist of the French nouveau roman Read more...

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Wallander - Collected Films 27- 32

It is curtains down for Wallander – the daddy of all daddies of the increasingly Nordic Noir franchise. In this, the final series, Sweden’s much-loved detective not only has to Read more...

Transformers:-Age-Of-Extinction

Transformers: Age Of Extinction

Michael Bay's Blockbuster Transformers franchise returns, often notorious for it's critical backlash, in what can overall perhaps be classed as an reboot, ditching Shia LeBouf for an action-heavy Mark Walberg... Read more...

Guys-and-Dolls

Guys and Dolls

Opening night of Guys and Dolls in Melbourne at the State Theatre was a glittering evening filled with celebrities and an array of wonderful hits including, Read more...

Sullivans-Travels

Sullivans Travels

Witty, poignant and cynical, Sullivan’s Travels is a biting 1941 satire which lampoons the success of funny yet shallow Hollywood comedies. Joel McCrea plays frustrated movie director John L. Sullivan Read more...

Inside-Llewyn-Davis

Inside Llewyn Davis

The Coen Brothers new film hits you like a battered guitar – set in New York’s Greenwich Village in 1961, it tells of Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac), an ambitious young folksinger who is as unsuccessful as he is penniless. Read more...

This-Sporting-Life

This Sporting Life

Richard Harris gives a tour-de-force performance as Frank Machin, a bitter Yorkshire coal miner whose aggressive streak make him a successful rugby player, but a loser on the battlefield called love. Read more...

If...

If...

Winner of the 1969 Palme d’Or at Cannes, Lindsay Anderson’s caustic satire If… proved to be an instant hit with both critics and audience alike, and launched the international career Read more...

The-Flame-Of-Love

The Flame Of Love

Also known as Hai Tang, The Flame Of Love was the first talkie for Chinese-American screen legend Anna May Wong. The film, despite excellent performances by all the lead cast Read more...

Boomerang

Boomerang

In this suspenseful film noir from 1947, the true and chilling story of a priest’s murder is adapted by director Elia Kazan and boasts impactful performances by 1940’s US stalwarts Dana Andrews Read more...

The-Pit-And-The-Pendulum

The Pit And The Pendulum

This slice of magnificent Grand Guignol-style horror has been released last month in equally magnificent Blu-ray and Blu-ray Steelbook Format. Vincent Price plays the part of Nicholas Medina Read more...

Watchers-of-the-Sky

Watchers of the Sky

A documentary on the history of the word 'genocide' directed by Edet Belzberg. Read more...

Legends-Of-Oz:-Dorothys-Return

Legends Of Oz: Dorothy's Return

This animated follow up to the wizard of Oz finds Dorothy back in Kansas after the red shoes transported her back . Read more...

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Nascimento-Square

Nascimento Square

To coincide with the start of World Cup Brazil 2014, a new piece of writing by Matthew Jure kicked off proceedings – Nascimento Square - a love letter to Brazil’s history, folklore and football. Read more...

Miss-Violence

Miss Violence

Miss Violence opens with a seemingly normal birthday party for eleven year old Angeliki. As her family prepare food and dance around their muted apartment in Athens Read more...

From-Here-to-Eternity

From Here to Eternity

From Here to Eternity, based on James Jone’s novel, is a musical about love and the bliss of ignorance. The soldiers stationed in Pearl Harbor were carefree Read more...

Independence

Independence

In this, a tale of two cities (or one city and one archipelago to be precise), Edinburgh Stage School director Julian Wickham once again proved that he has his finger on the Read more...

Dawn-of-the-Planet-of-the-Apes

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

With the hotly anticipated release of 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' on the 17th July, who could resist the opportunity to attend a special press screening of footage from the film at the prestigious Soho Hotel. Read more...

The-Punk-Singer

The Punk Singer

“Girls to the front!” Kathleen Hanna used to call from the stage, stopping songs to confront and disperse tough-guy male fans at Bikini Kill concerts. Read more...

Fruitvale-Station

Fruitvale Station

It has won lots of plaudits and no doubt it is a powerful film but Fruitvale station ultimately leaves you feeling disappointed and to a certain extent the victim of manipulation. Read more...

For-Yur-Height-Only

For Y'ur Height Only

The rerelease of 'For Y'ur Height Only' marks the start of this year’s Terracotta Film Festival, a cinematic celebration of East Asian cinema. Read more...

Interview-with-Crossing-Over-Medium-John-Edward

Interview with Crossing Over Medium John Edward

Psychic medium John Edward will head to Australia in November to help individuals connect with loved ones who have crossed over. Mesmerising audiences around the world, Read more...

Maleficent

Maleficent

Disney’s latest live-action offering explores the origins of Maleficent, the bad fairy from the iconic 1959 Sleeping Beauty film, in a surprisingly touching tale of revenge, regret and redemption. Read more...

A-Million-Ways-to-die-in-the-West

A Million Ways to die in the West

No exaggeration A million ways to die in the west is probably the funniest comedy to come out of the Wild West since Blazing saddles. It is also probably going to be one of the comedy hits of the year, especially of this summer. Read more...

Blended

Blended

Third time out for Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore in this Africa set rom com and the chemistry still works. Read more...

Beyond-The-Edge-3D

Beyond The Edge 3D

Beyond The Edge is a breath-taking (no pun intended) docu-drama about New Zealander Sir Edmund Hillary’s triumphant ascent on Mount Everest in 1953 Read more...



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