With Christmas just around the corner, it is pivotal that you have the absolute best songs and playlists to send you into the festive season.
Russell Crowe’s blazing entrance onto world cinema attention like Eric Bana’s in Chopper and Geoffrey Rush’s in Shine, all of them going on to international careers that have
Ahead of the publication in full of ‘Flare and Falter’, his ten-part history of Australian cinema, we sat down with our very own Oliver Clarke
The last two decades have been successful but not incredible for Australian cinema, so what can we expect next and what do we have to
The international success of Ozploitation films such as Crocodile Dundee pulled in a large income for Australian films, but created a reputation cemented in stereotype and inaccuracy.
Riding the wave of critical success in the 1970’s, Australian cinema during the 80’s saw filmmakers explore new avenues in their representation of Australian life.
The 1970’s saw the emergence of Australian cinema as a distinctive and scintillating challenge to international competitors with the rise of the Australian New Wave movement.
Cinematic adaptations of literature pose many problems, yet have also led to the creation of some of the world’s greatest films. Australia’s own rich literary
The 1930’s and 40’s saw many advancements introduced to the film industry, but how did the struggling Australian production houses react proactively to the new
Like running along the beach of its title, On Chesil Beach is gorgeous and slow, but at times unbearable. Adapting his own novella, Ian McEwan takes
With Sydney’s annual Mardi Gras parade approaching faster than a pink bus filled with Redbull the city is abuzz with excitement and party preparations. But why