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Australian Revelations Screening – Gallipoli

Australian Revelations Screening – Gallipoli

Revelation Film Festival continues the screenings of great Australian cinema in April with their screening of Peter Weir’s brilliant Gallipoli. A film that’s made even better by being seen on the big screen. Read more details below: APRIL AUSTRALIAN REVELATIONS: GALLIPOLI In association with Cinema Australia Rev is proud to present our April Australian Revelations screening – Pet...[Read More]

Revelation Turns 20 – And Needs Your Help to Celebrate!

Revelation Turns 20 – And Needs Your Help to Celebrate!

Perth’s Revelation Film Festival has been one of the great film festival mainstays within Australia. Every year, the festival delivers some of the most exciting, unique, interesting and truly brilliant slices of cinema that you’ll ever see. Many films shown at the festival are only available to be seen at the festival, making it just over a week of great, must see cinema experiences. A...[Read More]

Aaron Petersen’s Zach’s Ceremony Hits Cinemas in March

Aaron Petersen’s Zach’s Ceremony Hits Cinemas in March

Director Aaron Petersen makes his film debut with his documentary Zach’s Ceremony. Captured over ten years, this documentary follows Zach Doomadgee, a young Sydney-sider growing up and transitioning into manhood, doing so within the traditions of his heritage. Being released by Umbrella Entertainment, Zach’s Ceremony will receive regional screenings throughout March. Head over to the w...[Read More]

Andrew’s Top 30 Films of 2016 – Plus Best Director, Best Acting, Best Script, Worst Films

Andrew’s Top 30 Films of 2016 – Plus Best Director, Best Acting, Best Script, Worst Films

Our end of year episodes are long done and dusted, but if you haven’t listened to them, don’t fear! We’ve put our favourite performances and films in a handy list below. Best Director Winner: Ivan Sen – Goldstone Runners Up: Taika Waititi – Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Jennifer Peedom – Sherpa, Anna Biller – The Love Witch, Mira Nair – Queen of Katwe Best Actress Winner...[Read More]

Bernadette’s Top 25 Films of 2016  – Plus Best Director, Best Acting, Best Script, Worst Films

Bernadette’s Top 25 Films of 2016 – Plus Best Director, Best Acting, Best Script, Worst Films

Our end of year episodes are long done and dusted, but if you haven’t listened to them, don’t fear! We’ve put our favourite performances and films in a handy list below. Best Director Winner: Adam McKay – The Big Short Runner Ups: Chan-wook Park – The Handmaiden, Mira Nair – Queen of Katwe, Bentley Dean & Martin Butler – Tanna, Ivan Sen – Goldsto...[Read More]

James Cameron Goes Back to the Terminator

James Cameron Goes Back to the Terminator

For an indestructible killing machine the Terminator has been having a tough time of it in the cinema. Hope is on the horizon though as in 2019 original director James Cameron will regain the rights to the film franchise and is looking to make a new film with Deadpool director Tim Miller. After he had wrapped up his story in the highly acclaimed Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991) Cameron walked aw...[Read More]

Win Tickets to See the Oscar Nominated Film Fences!

Win Tickets to See the Oscar Nominated Film Fences!

To celebrate the release of we are giving you the chance to WIN ONE of TEN Double Passes FENCES is the story of Troy Maxson, a mid-century Pittsburgh sanitation worker who once dreamed of a baseball career, but was too old when the major leagues began admitting black players. He tries to be a good husband and father, but his lost dream of glory eats at him, and causes him to make a decision that t...[Read More]

David Stratton: A Cinematic Life Official Trailer and Poster

David Stratton: A Cinematic Life Official Trailer and Poster

If it weren’t for David Stratton and Margaret Pomeranz, this website wouldn’t exist. Plain and simple as that. It’s no secret, but how Bernadette and myself (Andrew) met was through The Movie Show‘s old tan coloured forums where users like tiprat, ogden and pat would post about films and stuff. Thanks to the existence of the show, and the love for the heated discussions tha...[Read More]

Best Film Prints of 2016

Best Film Prints of 2016

2016 provided another year of solid film prints to cover the walls of your house/toilet/cave with. As per my Best Film Prints of 2015 list, I’ve provided a few honourable mentions, alongside what I feel are the best film prints of 2016. Let’s jump in… Rich Kelly‘s work has always been superb – seriously, go have a look at his port folio – and his work for the Na...[Read More]

Best Australian Films of 2016

Best Australian Films of 2016

2016 was another solid year for Australian cinema with some fantastic dramas, comedies and documentaries all being produced by great Australian talent. It was also the year that we decided to launch a second podcast, The Last New Wave, a show that is purely dedicated to covering Australian cinema, both new and old. Australian cinema had another solid year with good attendance, although no film hit...[Read More]

Lion Producers and Distributors Launch #LionHeart Campaign to Help 80,000 Missing Children in India

Lion Producers and Distributors Launch #LionHeart Campaign to Help 80,000 Missing Children in India

Lion is a stunning, powerful film about the true story of Saroo Brierly who after a series of events was separated from his family. Dev Patel delivers a career best performance that is equally matched by new comer Sunny Pawar as the young Saroo. Both Bernadette and I thoroughly loved the film and can’t recommend it more. With that in mind, it’s great to hear that the producers of the f...[Read More]

Win Tickets to See Allied

Win Tickets to See Allied

To celebrate the release of we are giving you the chance to WIN ONE of TEN double passes to see the film! “ALLIED” is the story of intelligence officer Max Vatan (Pitt), who in 1942 North Africa encounters French Resistance fighter Marianne Beausejour (Cotillard) on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Reunited in London, their relationship is threatened by the extreme pressures of the war. Make s...[Read More]