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The inaugural Australian Music Week Film Festival unveils incredible international program

The first ever Australian Music Week Film Festival arrives at the end of next month, set to screen an impressive array of World and Australian Premieres across two venues from October 31st until November 3rd. The festival accompanies the annual Australian Music Week conference, which takes over Cronulla Beach for three days just outside of Sydney.... Continue Reading

Seven films not to miss at the 2017 Melbourne International Film Festival

One of the oldest film festivals in the world, the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) returns next Thursday, and with it are hundreds of screenings across more than three weeks. We went through the full list (so you didn’t have to) and bring you our seven picks of the festival. And in no particular order, they are…... Continue Reading

There’s a South Park movie singalong happening in one of Sydney’s most iconic theatres

Leave your swear jars at home because the legends over at the Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace in the Sydney suburb of Cremorne are set to turn their cinema – one of Sydney’s oldest and most iconic – into a room full of foul mouths and dirty language. That’s because South Park is coming back to the big screen with a singalong version of Bigger, Longer & Uncut – for one night only! Genius.... Continue Reading

The 15 best films of 2017 (…so far) from Australia and around the world

The first half of the year has been filled with some incredible cinema; launching with a slate of Golden Globe and Oscar nominated material, and moving through to some of the year’s biggest blockbusters. Here are the 15 best films released in Australian cinemas between 1st January and 30th June, 2017:... Continue Reading

Photo Gallery: Josh Gad joins local celebrities at the Beauty and the Beast Australian Premiere in Sydney

The State Theatre in Sydney lit up overnight with the much anticipated premiere of Beauty and the Beast, with one on the film’s stars, Josh Gad, hitting the red carpet alongside a slew of local celebrities and Disney fans. Nathan Atkins was there and brings us these photos from the festivities:... Continue Reading

Paul Rudd talks about feeling like Cousin Oliver from the Brady Bunch in Captain America: Civil War

To celebrate the home release of Captain America: Civil War earlier this month, we caught up with actor Paul Rudd – who plays Scott Lang/Ant-Man/Giant-Man in the movie – to find his thoughts on the Marvel blockbuster – from his new suit, to joining the (almost) full gang for the first time:... Continue Reading

11 things you (probably) never knew about the 1982 sci-fi classic Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

This Friday at 7pm, the current In The House season at the George Street Event Cinemas in Sydney will come to an end with a special screening of the 1982 Sci-Fi classic Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. In anticipation of the screening, we’re looking back at the film to bring you nine facts about the film that you may not have realised…... Continue Reading

9 things you never knew about the 1968 classic film Planet of the Apes

This Friday, April 22nd, Sydney’s Event Cinemas is holding a special screening of the 1968 classic Planet of the Apes as part of their In the House series (you can win tickets HERE!). In anticipation of the screening, we’re looking back at the film to bring you some of our favourite trivia about the film… here now are 9 things you may have never known about Planet of the Apes:... Continue Reading