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The top 10 Australian films of 2012

The top 10 Australian films of 2012. By Simon Miraudo. With 2012 coming to a close, it’s time to reflect on the year’s cinematic treats, and then crowbar each work of art into a numerical position on a comparative chart. Comedies versus dramas! Thrills versus chills! The great versus the very good! This is the […]

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Aussie films in competition for 2nd AACTA awards revealed

The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts has unveiled the 23 feature films in competition for the 2nd AACTA Awards, set to be handed out in Sydney early 2013. It’s worth noting that the below titles are merely eligible, and a few obvious ones aren’t likely to make their way into the Best Feature category. Sorry Iron […]

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Interview: Peter Templeman (Not Suitable for Children)

Interview: Peter Templeman (Not Suitable for Children). By Simon Miraudo. It has been half a decade since Australian director Peter Templeman scored an Oscar nomination for his short film The Saviour. In the years since he’s been working hard to get his first feature up and running, and the fruit of his labour is the […]

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All kidding aside – Not Suitable for Children review

Not Suitable for Children – Starring Ryan Kwanten, Sarah Snook, and Ryan Corr. Directed by Peter Templeman. Originally published June 10, 2012. By Simon Miraudo. Peter Templeman‘s feature debut Not Suitable for Children is a genial and occasionally very funny romantic comedy with the added benefit of being a showcase for one of the best […]

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All kidding aside – Not Suitable for Children review (Sydney Film Festival)

Not Suitable for Children – Starring Ryan Kwanten, Sarah Snook, and Ryan Corr. Directed by Peter Templeman. By Simon Miraudo. Not Suitable for Children played the Sydney Film Festival. It opens in Australian cinemas July 12, 2012. Peter Templeman‘s feature debut Not Suitable for Children is a genial and occasionally very funny romantic comedy with […]

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The top picks for the 2012 Sydney Film Festival

The top picks for the 2012 Sydney Film Festival. By Simon Miraudo. Has it been a year already? I’m back in New South Wales for the 2012 Sydney Film Festival, facing a flurry of flicks even more fantabulous than those featured last time. Well, hopefully! From June 6 to 17, myself and Melbournite Richard Haridy […]

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Sydney Film Festival 2012 line-up revealed

The full line-up of features and shorts heading to New South Wales for the 2012 Sydney Film Festival has been revealed. Incoming fest director Nashen Moodley has secured a number of ambitious titles, alongside your expected marquee arthouse fare. Joining previously announced features Beasts of the Southern Wild and Monsieur Lazhar in the Official Competition: Yorgos Lanthimos’ […]

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Trailer Debut: Not Suitable for Children

A romantic comedy about testicular cancer and infertility? Say hello to the high-concept Aussie feature Not Suitable For Children starring True Blood‘s Ryan Kwanten. Learning he has a month left of fertility, Jonah (Kwanten) embarks upon a “crazy caper” to “sow his seed as much as possible”. Co-starring Sarah Snook and Bojana Novakovic – who […]

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Interview: Daniel Henshall (Snowtown)

Interview – Daniel Henshall (Snowtown). By Simon Miraudo. Justin Kurzel’s Snowtown tells the story of Australia’s most notorious serial killer, John Bunting, who in the early 1990s infiltrated the lives of some disenfranchised suburbanites and perpetrated some of the most horrific murders in history. The controversial film divided audiences while in cinemas, with reports of […]

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Ryan Kwanten to battle infertility in Not Suitable for Children

Ryan Kwanten has been cast in the upcoming Aussie rom-com Not Suitable for Children. According to Inside Film, Kwanten will play a man who discovers he is soon to become infertile, and must find an appropriate mate to carry his seed. We assume it’ll be more romantic than the way in which we’ve described it. […]

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