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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).

Russian Film Festival to screen this November

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Russian Film Festival to screen this November

The Russian Resurrection Film Festival rolls out of the motherland and into Marion this November.

Review: Gone Girl (MA)

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Review: Gone Girl (MA)

David Fincher’s filming of Gillian Flynn’s novel, drawn from a script by Flynn herself, is one of the best, most disturbingly satisfying psychodramas in years.

Review: The Skeleton Twins

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Review: The Skeleton Twins

It’s not often that two breakthrough dramatic performances from comedic actors are in the one film. Ever since Bill Murray went serious, comedy actors have strived to find that film…

Review: The Infinite Man

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Review: The Infinite Man

A mischievous blend of sci-fi and comrom (emphasis on the ‘com’), The Infinite Man is compared to the likes of Groundhog Day and Primer all too easily and often.

Margaret & David call ‘cut!’ on At the Movies

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Margaret & David call ‘cut!’ on At the Movies

The end credits for At the Movies are set to roll later this year, as Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton’s 28-year partnership as film critic hosts will wrap on Tuesday,…

Transitions Film Festival

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Transitions Film Festival

The annual Transitions Film Festival returns to the Mercury Cinema next month with a huge line up of inspirational and groundbreaking documentaries, shining a spotlight on the innovations, ideas, change-makers…

Patricia Arquette talks Boyhood

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Patricia Arquette talks Boyhood

Patricia Arquette discusses her role in Richard Linklater’s Boyhood, shot over 11 seminal years in a young man’s life.

Review: Boyhood

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Review: Boyhood

Shot over 11 years in a young man’s life, Boyhood leaves a lasting impression with its gorgeous performances, inspired casting and acute relatability.

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