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Review: A Thousand Times Goodnight

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Review: A Thousand Times Goodnight

There are some truly engrossing scenes in Erik Poppe’s A Thousand Times Goodnight. I’ll leave it to you, dear reader, to decide which.

Review: The Dark Horse

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Review: The Dark Horse

James Napier Robertson’s factual-based drama looks like it might slip into the clichés of the ‘inspiring teacher’ sub-genre (think Stand and Deliver, Dangerous Minds and the like), but the difference…

Review: The Drop

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Review: The Drop

Bob Saginowski (Tom Hardy) can’t decide whether to name an injured Pit Bull he rescues Rocco or Mike.

Harrison Gilbertson talks Fallen and My Mistress

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Harrison Gilbertson talks Fallen and My Mistress

Rising Adelaide actor Harrison Gilbertson discusses his latest film My Mistress and working with Scott Hicks on the upcoming young adult blockbuster Fallen.

Review: Force Majeure

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Review: Force Majeure

Swedish writer/director Ruben Östlund’s subtle but intensely powerful drama sometimes feels like a Nordic Noir or even, at times, some kind of existentialist horror comedy – and yet no one…

Review: Whiplash

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Review: Whiplash

Awash with buckets of blood, sweat and tears, Whiplash is a visceral vision of the quest for artistic perfection.

Review: Pride

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Review: Pride

Drawn from sadly forgotten fact by scripter Stephen Beresford and director Matthew Warchus, Pride has its audience-pleasing contrivances and the vaguest hint of cheese, and yet, nonetheless, it is fine…

Win tickets to Transitions Film Festival

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Win tickets to Transitions Film Festival

Win a double pass to see a film at the Transitions Film Festival 2014.

Sons & Mothers

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Sons & Mothers

Director Christopher Houghton delivered one of the local highlights at last year’s Adelaide Film Festival with his brilliant documentary Sons & Mothers. Long-listed for a Walkley Best Documentary, the film…

Review: Advanced Style

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Review: Advanced Style

In an era where anti-ageing propaganda infiltrates every screen, page and airwave, Advanced Style is a rapturous testament to growing old (but not up).

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