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How gay is too gay? Steve Coogan's Ideal Home accused of stereotyping

How gay is too gay? Steve Coogan's Ideal Home accused of stereotyping

Andrew Fleming, the writer-director of the gay-themed 'family' film, says he has been shocked by accusations of stereotyping levelled at his movie.

  • by Karl Quinn

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Sydney Film Festival 2018: Tender portrait of quiet struggle takes out top gong
Sydney Film Festival

Sydney Film Festival 2018: Tender portrait of quiet struggle takes out top gong

When Marcelo Martinessi’s film The Heiresses received national recognition in the Senate of his birthplace of Paraguay, half the politicians walked out.

  • by Georgina Cooke
Short Cuts:  Top picks from the world of cinema

Short Cuts: Top picks from the world of cinema

Short Cuts: 2001: A Space Odyssey, Elementary, Believer

  • by Craig Mathieson
Dark cloud over the future of Australian film
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Dark cloud over the future of Australian film

So far, 2018 will not go down as a vintage year for Australian film.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Incredibles 2 review: Sequel worth the wait as Pixar takes cheeky aim at Marvel

Incredibles 2 review: Sequel worth the wait as Pixar takes cheeky aim at Marvel

It's taken a long while for this sequel to appear, and that's part of its charm. It works because of the freshness of its approach and that will fade fast if it becomes a cash cow.

  • by Sandra Hall
There's a garage in Melbourne's east with a spaceship built inside it

There's a garage in Melbourne's east with a spaceship built inside it

When sci-fi fans Andrew Jaksch and Scott Robson decided to make a short film, first they had to make the set.

  • by Anthony Colangelo
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Disobedience review: A love story with high stakes
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Disobedience review: A love story with high stakes

Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams play lovers in an Orthodox Jewish community.

  • by Paul Byrnes
The story of the New York Public Library

The story of the New York Public Library

Prolific documentary maker Frederick Wiseman takes us deep inside the hallowed halls of the New York Public Library.

  • by Charles Purcell
He has script, stars and $18m for his film. He just needs a director
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He has script, stars and $18m for his film. He just needs a director

Former hedge fund manager James Wallace claims he has everything in place to make a movie based on his life - except the person to call the shots.

  • by Karl Quinn
Foxtrot's portrayal of a 'pathetic and anxious' Israel sparks death threats

Foxtrot's portrayal of a 'pathetic and anxious' Israel sparks death threats

Collective trauma haunts the characters in Samuel Maoz's remarkable film.

  • by Stephanie Bunbury
MIFF 2018 pays tribute to the brilliant but troubled designer Alexander McQueen

MIFF 2018 pays tribute to the brilliant but troubled designer Alexander McQueen

A new documentary provides an incisive portrait of the late enfant terrible of British fashion.

  • by Bethan Holt