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Trailer and release date for Ablaze: the untold story of Australia’s first Indigenous filmmaker
Tiriki Onus goes on a mission to uncover the astounding history of his pioneering grandfather, Aboriginal leader Bill Onus.
Australian trailer and release date: Little Tornadoes
A single dad is surprised to find support in an Italian migrant, in this evocative Aussie period drama.
How to watch Danish revenge thriller Riders of Justice in Australia
It’s a black comedy, it’s a gang revenge crime-thriller, it’s an expose of conspiracy theories and toxic masculinity…
How to watch the gastronomical Nicolas Cage movie Pig in Australia
“Who has my pig?” Alex Wolff co-stars in this portrait of loneliness, isolation, and really delicious food.
Feeling MIFFed at Melbourne’s lockdown? Here’s 10 must-see films from the online program MIFF Play
We’re devo that the festival’s in-person screenings are cancelled, but these amazing titles take the pain away.
Why the new Anthony Bourdain documentary is causing controversy
The late chef’s voice has been digitally reconstructed in an intimate new doco, raising questions of filmmaking ethics.
Acclaimed Australian drama Acute Misfortune is now available to stream on Stan
The film tells the story of troubled Australian artist Adam Cullen’s final years.
5 films to see during this year’s online-only Melbourne Film Festival
Audiences from all around Australia can check out 113 films, including 12 world premieres.
10 things to see and do at the Melbourne International Film Festival
The full program for this year’s Melbourne International Film Festival, which runs from August 2 to August 19, was revealed this week. With 254 feature films, 120 shorts and 19 virtual reality experiences, the program is – in the words of the voice-over man from that old Chum ad – so chunky ya can carve it. […]