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Karl has held a variety of senior editing and writing roles since joining Fairfax Media in 1999. Most recently he was The Age's entertainment editor from 2009-2012. As national film editor, he oversees our film coverage in print and on our digital platforms.
Karl Quinn The Babadook pop-up book comes to life; MIFF premiere fund rides again; Love Is Now hopes time is right.
Anna Kendrick/Stanley Kubrick video Pitch Perfect 237 'reveals' conspiracy behind 9/11 conspiracy theories
Karl Quinn An internet parody has shed light on the truth about Anna Kendrick, Stanley Kubrick and Harry Connick Jr.
The best of Mike Nichols
Karl Quinn The American director Mike Nichols leaves behind one of the most impressive bodies of work in cinema. Here are five to get you started.
In her own Jolie good time
Karl Quinn The 39-year-old Oscar-winning actress says she's ready to give up the spotlight in favour of a full-time role behind the camera.
Karl Quinn Gameau's stunt doc a social media hit; what Jolie learnt from Aussie crews; rallying the troops at Screen Forever.
Karl Quinn Angelina Jolie has revealed that she and Brad Pitt shared their war movie experiences, in period style, by writing letters to each other.
Karl Quinn Angelina Jolie's big-budget war movie helped spur the Australian film industry to a record year, and next year could be even bigger.
Karl Quinn Foreign investment in Australian films and an influx of foreign features being made here helped the local screen sector to a strong result in 2013-14.
Karl Quinn He may not get the romantic leads any more, but Kevin Kline says he is having a ball making indie films like My Old Lady.
Pie in the Iron Sky
Karl Quinn The makers of Iron Sky are back, with a sequel that's even daffier - and a budget of $15 million that they're seeking from fans.
Karl Quinn It's the scene that has made some viewers furious, but should Angelina Jolie be upset about Brad Pitt's "pimp" moment in Fury?
Bana day for comedy
Karl Quinn Eric Bana is returning to his comedy roots to co-star with Ricky Gervais in a satire about war and journalism.
Weirdest Superman movie never?
Karl Quinn Details have emerged of the kind of superhero Tim Burton's Superman Lives would have featured if it hadn't collapsed in 1998. In a word, troubled.
The waking dead
Karl Quinn The co-creator of The Walking Dead has been moved to assure fans it is not all happening in the head of a still-comatose Rick.
Ewan whose army?
Karl Quinn The Scottish actor has little time for memorabilia traffickers, he has told an American men's magazine.
The big turn-off
Karl Quinn Getting local audiences to see local films at the cinema has become almost impossible this year. Is it the filmmakers who are at fault, or the audiences?
Karl Quinn She loves thrillers, is fascinated by how we deal with loss, and is determined to keep taking risks. Meet the Nicole Kidman you don't know.
Karl Quinn A month after the death of her father Antony in Singapore, Nicole Kidman admits she is still feeling raw.
Karl Quinn With his novel now a major film starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth, former health worker S.J. Watson reflects on his journey from writing course to breakout success.
Avery's big prison break
Karl Quinn Six years after winning a major prize at Cannes, Julius Avery has finally made his feature debut, but he had to go to prison, and take rising star Brenton Thwaites with him, to make his break.