Going for Gold Movie get a bronze in our review.

At best, Going For Gold deserves a bronze medal. Whilst Clay Glen’s (Raising the Bar) latest teen flick provides insight into the emerging world of cheerleading in Australia, the South Australian made film is predictable…
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FilmInk fave Aubrey Plaza produced and plays a nun like no other in The Little Hours, which hits digital this week.

Initially slated for a limited theatrical release in Australia, The Little Hours will arrive direct to transactional VOD, ideal for its raunchy subject matter and an ensemble cast full of quirky actors that populate the…
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Congrats to the kids who entered, made the cut and won at Tropfest JR. Next year's signature item - PIZZA!

The playful comedy follows a support group for supernatural beings, including a vampire, a ghost and a brotherly zombie duo, inspired by Taika Waititi’s What We Do In The Shadows. “What a brilliant film! Outcasts…

Not in release until late April, here's a review of the documentary about the late singer to whet your appetite.

The late indigenous singer Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu had the voice of an angel. He was also, despite – or because of – being blind from birth, a gifted multi-instrumentalist. His talent shines through in this documentary, as does…

Jason Bateman is back doing what he does best, playing an uptight suburbanite in Game Night, which he also produces. We found a few minutes with the star in the final days of production.

A married couple (Bateman and Rachel McAdams) host a weekly game night, which is escalated when Bateman’s brother Brooks (Kyle Chandler) arranges a murder mystery party. When Brooks is kidnapped, it’s initially thought to be…

With top notch WA music doco Meal Tickets currently on a limited Eastern States run via Dendy, we caught up with producer Brooke Tia Silcox.

Brooke Silcox: Riding Shotgun on Meal Tickets By Travis Johnson February 16, 2018 We talk with the producer of the extraordinary rock documentary Meal Tickets, which charts the evolution and dissolution of Aussie band The Screwtop Detonators, incorporating almost two decades of footage. “It’s an...

Celebrate International Women's Day with Grace Jones

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Queer ballet company Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo is the subject of a new documentary screening at Queer Screen - Mardi Gras Film Festival. We caught up with the director.

It seems only right that the all-male drag ballet company Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo should have originated in New York’s “meat-packing” district. It’s also fitting, after 40-plus years, that the men who have…

You had us at "dead lesbian fairy godmother" - a teen romcom with a difference is currently in crowdfunding.

Monica Zanetti, the writer and director behind 2015's indie drama Skin Deep, is currently pulling together the funds for her sophomore feature, Ellie & Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt), which is being described as

The Apia Young at Heart Film Festival returns for 2018.

Film lovers over 60 rejoice! The Apia Young at Heart Film Festival returns this April, hitting up Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Adelaide with a fine selection of dramas, comedies, documentaries and retrospective aimned squarely…

At least there's more Ben Mendelsohn in the new Ready Player One Movie trailer.

You know, when a film's main marketing hook is the number of Easter eggs in its trailer... Sigh. Look, in the opening of Ready Player One's latest trailer, Tye Sheridan informs us that the VR…

Transmission Films will be handling Australian distro for Amazon Studios.

Transmission Films will exclusively handle theatrical distribution of Amazon Studios’ films in the Australia and New Zealand, it was announced today. The deal covers both original productions and projects acquired by Amazon. Among the upcoming…

An Australian theatrical release looks set to bolster the staggering $422 2:22 took at the US box office...

What if Final Destination was a love story? What if Russell Crowe's character in A Beautiful Mind solved mysteries ala The Dead Zone? What if Donnie Darko wasn't quite so try-hard? These are the questions…

Pixar's first family is back!

That's a deep cut - 1983's Mr Mom starred Michael Keaton as a stay at home dad and Keaton, as we all know, was both Batman and Birdman. It's a whole superhero thing. But we…

Performance artist Marina Abramovic takes us on a journey of discovery in a new documentary.

This film documents a Brazilian journey in which the Serbian performance artist Marina Abramovic attempts to find spiritual fulfillment by, among other things, “stopping thinking in order to experience”. It would be easy to simply sneer at…