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New Australian Release Date for ‘Tenet’

29 July

In a surprising, but welcomed turn of events, Tenet will be receiving a release in Australia for Thursday, August 27, whilst the U.S. will have its release on September 3. Warner Bros. studio announced Monday that Tenet is launching in theatres in over 70 overseas territories, including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Russia…

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TRAILER THURSDAYS

July 23

23 July

It’s not a trip to the movies without catching the film previews beforehand, and let’s be honest, trailers have become an art-form in themselves. So every Thursday we’ll showcase the best new trailers we can’t stop repeating as well as some of our favourite classics! RADIOACTIVE release TBC 2020   HOPE GAP release September 3…

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FILM NEWS
Australia Offers $280 Million to Hollywood’s Productions

22 July

The Australian federal government has offered $280 million ($400 million AUD) to attract international film productions to Australian soil, as was announced last Friday by Prime Minister Scott Morrison. The Location Incentive plan will provide cash grants over the next seven years. It is in addition to Australia’s location Offset system, which projects can receive…

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FILM NEWS
‘Tenet’ Delayed – Australian Audiences May See It Before the U.S.

21 July

Tenet, the new sci-fi thriller from mastermind Christopher Nolan has, unfortunately, had its release removed from the calendar indefinitely. Though necessary given the coronavirus pandemic and its ever-growing effect on cinema-going in the U.S., this news comes as a big blow for those (and us!) who were eagerly awaiting its release and viewing it on…

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In the (Art)House

A White, White Day

15 July

In the (Art)House showcases our most anticipated arthouse films, ★★★★ “What now for a director this eye-poppingly talented? It would be unwise to miss the answer.” Danny Leigh, FINANCIAL TIMES A White, White Day is currently screening at Palace Cinemas. The Icelandic landscape is harsh and unforgiving, and director Hlynur Palmason shows this from the…

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FILM NEWS
Jude Law to Play Captain Hook in New Disney ‘Peter Pan’ Live-Action Film

15 July

Jude Law is currently in talks to play the iconic Disney villain, Captain Hook, in the studio’s live-action film “Peter Pan & Wendy”, with Pete’s Dragon director David Lowery currently attached to direct the project, which was co-written by Lowery with Toby Halbrooks. Disney’s 1953 animated Peter Pan remains the most successful adaptation of the novel…

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TRAILER THURSDAYS

July 16

15 July

It’s not a trip to the movies without catching the film previews beforehand, and let’s be honest, trailers have become an art-form in themselves. So every Thursday we’ll showcase the best new trailers we can’t stop repeating. MADE IN ITALY release August 13   ANTEBELLUM (NEW TRAILER) release August 20   PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN release…

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FILM NEWS
‘Invisible Man’ Director Leigh Whannell in Talks for Ryan Gosling’s ‘Wolfman’

14 July

The Invisible Man director (and Australia’s own) Leigh Whannell is currently in talks to helm Ryan Gosling’s ‘Wolfman’ for Universal Pictures. Whannell will also be penning a treatment for the film, based on his own original idea, and Blumhouse, which teamed with Whannell on The Invisible Man has been attached to produce ‘The Wolfman’. We…

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The Top 5 Most Popular Films for This Year’s Festival

14 July

With the Alliance Française French Film Festival finishing its first week, we have taken a look at the numbers to compile the Top 5 most popular films for this year’s festival. #1: La Belle Époque A French film to equal the gleeful inventiveness of The Truman Show, director Nicolas Bedos reminds us not only of…

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TRAILER THURSDAYS

July 9

9 July

It’s not a trip to the movies without catching the film previews beforehand, and let’s be honest, trailers have become an art-form in themselves. So every Thursday we’ll showcase the best new trailers we can’t stop repeating. BABYTEETH release July 23   HOUSE OF CARDIN release July 23   THE NEW MUTANTS release August 27

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FILM NEWS

Terrence Malick-Produced ‘The Book Of Vision’ To Open Venice Critics’ Week

9 July

The Carlo Hintermann directed English-language drama ‘The Book of Vision’, executive produced by Terrence Malick, is set to open the 2020 Venice Film Festival Critics’ Week; the independently run byproduct of the Italian festival which continues to push ahead with plans for a physical festival in September, after months of festival cancellations due to the…

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GENERAL NEWS

Ennio Morricone Has Passed Away at Age 91

8 July

Sadly, earlier this week the world lost one of the greatest composers ever to grace the big screen, Ennio Morricone. During his illustrious career, Morricone scored over 400 films and left a large mark on the filmmaking world. To celebrate his life, we’re taking a look back and recounting some of our favourites scores. His lawyer,…

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