Five years ago, director Sebastian Lelio could not have foreseen the change that was coming.
Fantasies are seldom top Oscar contenders but Guillermo del Toro's movie has 13 nominations.
Food allergy advocacy groups are calling for a boycott of the new Peter Rabbit movie.
Cinema's operators cancel plans for a screening of the controversial 1970s porno after objections from women's rights group.
The sexual harassment war sweeping through Hollywood has claimed one more victim.
Quentin Tarantino has apologised for defending disgraced filmmaker Roman Polanski.
A film that aspires to the level of a sappy "movie of the week" – and then falls short.
Social media and review aggregator sites are critical tools in marketing movies these day, but they can also be hijacked by those hoping to bury them.
Our pick of the movies you can see in cinemas around town.
While the Insidious series has given Lin Shaye a rare moment in the spotlight, there's a sense that as long as these films continue to strike a chord with audiences, the character seems destined to live out variants on the same trauma over and over.
As far as directorial debuts go, Australian actor David Wenham’s kicked off to a shaky start.
This instalment was shot at the same time as the last one, Fifty Shades Darker, and the strain shows. It limps to a finish and when it's over, I imagine that no one is happier to see the end than its two stars.
"I have never had the experience before where I've watched something I'm in and within a few seconds I'm like, 'This is great isn't it?'"
Roman Polanski's rape victim has lashed out at Quentin Tarantino over comments he made during an interview with Howard Stern.
The film stars some of the men who helped take down a lone gunman and who had never acted before.
Wracked by the decline of traditional manufacturing, South Australia is working to reposition itself as a force in the new entertainment economy.
Marvel's first black superhero movie doesn't quite satisfy.
How many great films do you know about male circumcision? Me neither: it's a contradiction in terms. Men make films about all kinds of unpleasant, violent, confronting things – mass murder, torture, combat – but that little snip is just too much for us lads.
Arnold Schwarzenegger in a cowboy costume? You'd better brace yourself, because it's coming.
The "new trilogy" from Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss will come after 2019's ninth and final film episode of the existing Star Wars saga.
Oscar-winning star Lupita Nyong'o is motivated by film ideas she can't get out of her head.
Our pick of what's showing on the big screen this week.
As the gaze of Hollywood turns to Quentin Tarantino after Uma Thurman revealed his part in a near fatal car crash on the set of Kill Bill, an interview where the award-winning director defended Roman Polanski over the sexual assault of a 13-year-old model has emerged.
Netflix dropped a bombshell during the Super Bowl on Monday. Its aftershocks could reverberate far and wide.
Film director Michael Haneke's Happy End explores his usual gloomy themes, albeit with a lighter touch. The hypocrisy of the bourgeoisie, the alienation caused by technology and the miseries of old age are played out in a mansion in Calais.