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'End of an era': Canberra's oldest cinema turns back into lecture hall

'End of an era': Canberra's oldest cinema turns back into lecture hall

At the end of the month, the lights will do down at the ANU's Coombs Theatre for its very last screening, as the local film society migrate to new digs.

  • by Sherryn Groch

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Rick Grimes is gone, but is it the last we'll see of him in The Walking Dead?
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Rick Grimes is gone, but is it the last we'll see of him in The Walking Dead?

SPOILERS As exits go, it certainly wasn't the most appalling goodbye in TWD history. But nor was that the last we'll see of Rick Grimes.

  • by Karl Quinn
It's a Wildlife for Ed Oxenbould, the young actor who flunked drama

It's a Wildlife for Ed Oxenbould, the young actor who flunked drama

He's learning on the job from best, but Australian actor Ed Oxenbould admits the theory still eludes him.

  • by Karl Quinn
Fractured fairytale 'Charming' tells the Prince's back story
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Fractured fairytale 'Charming' tells the Prince's back story

Reimagining the story behind Prince Charming, this animated film has more hits than misses.

  • by Jake Wilson
Second plan for redevelopment of skate arena lodged
City council

Second plan for redevelopment of skate arena lodged

A second plan for the redevelopment of the old Red Hill skate arena has been proposed as two Brisbane brothers prepare to defend their original plan in court.

  • by Ruth McCosker
Social Seen: Dior's pop-up and Jamie Lee Curtis walks the black carpet
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Social Seen: Dior's pop-up and Jamie Lee Curtis walks the black carpet

The who's who of Sydney at Dior's Couture Cruise 2019 Collection launch; and Hollywood icon Jamie Lee Curtis fronts the Halloween premiere.

  • by Amy Croffey
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Film festival to tell stories of those most affected by war
Canberra life

Film festival to tell stories of those most affected by war

The fourth Veterans Film Festival will devote part of its program to commemorating the centenary of the end of World War I.

  • by Ron Cerabona
The problem - and power - of a final performance

The problem - and power - of a final performance

The idea of a favourite writer, actor, musician or other artist ending his or her career provokes a multitude of feelings.

  • by Travis M. Andrews
Jamie Lee Curtis on why the new Halloween is striking a #MeToo chord
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Jamie Lee Curtis on why the new Halloween is striking a #MeToo chord

The Hollywood actor believes the latest instalment of the classic horror series is resonating in troubled times.

  • by Garry Maddox
Lessons in life: how a casual teacher finally became a filmmaker
Cinema

Lessons in life: how a casual teacher finally became a filmmaker

It took a lot of years - and a love of literature - for Heath Davis to make Book Week.

  • by Garry Maddox
Joel Edgerton hopes his new movie Boy Erased becomes 'redundant'
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Joel Edgerton hopes his new movie Boy Erased becomes 'redundant'

The Australian actor, writer and director takes on a traumatic practice of changing sexual orientation in Boy Erased.

  • by Garry Maddox