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Falling for Fell

The way the Australian film industry is at the moment, it’s hardly surprising that there have been several filmmakers this year alone that are finding exceptional and even complex ways of telling minimal stories. 684 more words


Midnight Screaming: Wake in Fright

Australia’s great lost film, Wake in Fright, is a movie of untold wonders that might have been better left untold. Released in 1971, the film is mesmerizing but was nearly lost to the muck from whence it came, fitting considering  it’s bleak, cynical worldview of perpetual loss and… 1,895 more words


Movie: "Adore" with Robin Wright

I have always liked Robin Wright but never actively looked out for her movies – this has all changed since House of Cards. I absolutely LOVE her in HoC and this made me go looking for her other work. 129 more words


[Review] These Final Hours (2014) by Bea Harper

Dir: Zak Hilditch

Starring: Nathan Phillips, Angourie Rice, Jessica De Gouw, Daniel Henshall, Kathryn Beck, Lynette Curran and Sarah Snook

Living in cinematic world where doomsday can be averted by a case of human-made… 1,443 more words

FILM REVIEW: Charlie's Country

Charlie’s Country (Rolf de Heer, 2013)
Following on from his highly acclaimed films The Tracker and Ten Canoes, Rolf de Heer collaborates with David Gulpilil (who starred in both those films) to bring us… 395 more words


Directed by David Michod

The Rover is David Michod’s sophomore effort, which up until a certain point, had everything going for it. It had a simple revenge story for a plot, set in a bleak, future Australia; it had Guy Pearce; it had an audience drooling in anticipation after seeing… 106 more words