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Reese Witherspoon is a talented actress, as her Academy Award for Walk the Line attests, and she has accrued a fine body of work in both drama (Freeway, Wild) and comedy (Legally Blonde). Furthermore, she is a strong advocate for advancing opportunities for women in the film industry and I can only assume it is […]

48 Hour Films

Making a film in 48 days can be hard work, but doing it in 48 hours seems almost impossible, right? Well, not for the teams who took part in the Brisbane 48 Hour Film Project earlier this month. Presented with a list of compulsory elements (a character, a prop and a line of dialogue), each […]

Blade Runner 2049

Perhaps one of the most anticipated sequels of recent times (amongst film buffs and sci-fi nerds at least, as box office figures suggest the mainstream viewing public hasn’t shared such enthusiasm), Blade Runner 2049 satisfies most in the way that it is nothing more, or less, than we could have hoped from such an undertaking, […]

Hounds of Love

If the thought of Dale Kerrigan from The Castle as a sexual predator and serial killer is likely to mess with your head, or break your heart, Hounds of Love is probably not for you. Perhaps best known for his comedic turns in movies (The Nugget, Take Away) and myriad television performances, Stephen Curry has […]

Final Portrait

It seems that Geoffrey Rush is the go-to man when it comes to casting the crazy genius. Whilst the level of crazy has varied from those who are merely eccentric, left-of-centre and a little bit odd to others who are stark raving mad, Rush has proven equally adept across the spectrum. Whether it be piano […]