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Inspired by alphabet teaching books, a group of cutting edge indie film directors from across the globe have created 26 short films ranging from the absurd, the baffling and the cleverly comic to the downright disgusting to create The ABCs … Continue reading
Toni Collette and PJ Hogan, star and director of Muriel’s Wedding, reunite for another darkly funny Aussie comedy – but this time the duo fail to pull off another brash triumph. Mental finds Collette in the role of an anarchic … Continue reading
Lake Mungo is one of those films where the chills come gradually rather than in short sharp shocks, just likethe similarly-themed Paranormal Activity. In the small rural town of Ararat, southwest Victoria, 16-year-old Alice Palmer drowns while swimming with her … Continue reading
I wanted to feature a celebration of outstanding women in the film industry to mark the International Women’s Day Centenary today. But there are so many women deserving of acknowledgement, and no time to list them all. So I’ve pulled … Continue reading
Life is incredibly unfair. And every now and again a movie comes along to emphasize that very fact and promptly depresses the hell out of me. Samson & Delilah is that kind of a film. The director, Warwick Thornton, calls … Continue reading
Shine director Scott Hicks returns to Australia after his decade-long Hollywood sojourn for this funny, touching drama based on the best-selling memoir by The Independent’s parliamentary sketch writer Simon Carr about his efforts to raise two sons after the … Continue reading
Fans of quirky, twisted cinema are in for a treat. Bad Boy Bubby, one of the most controversial cult films of the 1990s, has just been given a new lease of life in on Blu-ray. Awarded a Special Jury … Continue reading
12.30am, BBC2 Long before M Night Shyamalan’s terrible Unbreakable, there was this underrated 1981 Aussie thriller, in which a pilot emerges from the wreckage of his downed 747 completely unharmed. Directed by former 1960s star David Hemmings, the film continues … Continue reading
Scottish director Bill Douglas was one of the most gifted and original filmmakers British cinema has produced, yet nearly two decades after his tragically premature death at the age of 57 in 1991, his work still does not have the … Continue reading