Garry Maddox A stylistically bold drama set in the Australian bush that sees a man whose daughter was killed in a hit-and-run accident winning the trust of the man who killed her.
Garry Maddox One man in a car. For 85 minutes. That's it. And it's riveting.
Garry Maddox This Chinese film noir has a certain baffling quality but it is an atmospheric thriller with a spectacular finale.
Garry Maddox When the star of the hit documentary Mrs Carey’s Concert resigned suddenly from her old school last year, it was a devastating time.
Garry Maddox The world may get wiped out in These Final Hours, but the apocalypse movie has put young Australian director Zak Hilditch on the map at home and abroad.
Screen Australia cuts
Garry Maddox The federal agency that supports film and television production will slash staff by 10 per cent and wind back its maximum investment in projects following cuts in the federal budget.
From The Matrix to Mad Max: Fury Road, a film set is a 'game park' for stills photographer Jasin Boland
Garry Maddox Whether working on The Matrix, Skyfall or Mad Max: Fury Road, Jasin Boland has one aim – taking a photo that tells a story.
Garry Maddox Furry creatures rule the box office; ScrOz goes international; Australian stars set for Toronto.
Garry Maddox The 1980s is the sweet spot when it comes to retro programming, a growing sector for cinema operators large and small.
Garry Maddox A dog of a film, coming out and coming of age, from Neighbours to nunchukkas
Garry Maddox Left in an Adelaide orphanage at the age of seven by her struggling single mother, it took a lifetime of filmmaking for Sophia Turkiewicz to finally see the quiet heroism of the woman she'd always...
Garry Maddox When the Finnish do their own version of Romper Stomper, complete with shaven-headed neo-Nazis fighting to keep their country white, they do it in their own particular way - with comedy.
Garry Maddox Skateboard doco to get wider release in UK and US than Australia; Bruce Beresford in the money.
Garry Maddox Rolf de Heer teams with David Gulpilil for the final chapter of an accidental trilogy.
Garry Maddox Sydney's winter festivals are having a booming year.
Garry Maddox It could have been Boyhood, the American film shot over 12 years. Or the British drama, Locke, which takes place entirely in a car heading for London.
Garry Maddox Paul Fenech to direct fourth feature; Rachel Perkins returns to Redfern; Screen Oz chief puts on brave face.
Garry Maddox Bong Joon-Ho, the South Korean director of the horror hit The Host, makes an ambitious and somewhat awkward jump to English-language filmmaking with a futuristic thriller set in a train that is...
Garry Maddox An evocative drama set in the Australian bush, Kasimir Burgess's debut film looks at a man's painful journey through grief.
Garry Maddox With a playful approach to time and storytelling, director Shaham Mokhi takes Iranian cinema in a new direction in the single shot film Fish & Cat.