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Sydney Film Festival – Stories We Tell review

By Simon Miraudo June 16, 2013 Stories We Tell is just about the loveliest portrait of a family I’ve seen. A documentary similar in structure to Capturing the Friedmans – but ultimately more joyful and less concerned with harrowing tales of paedophilic clowns – it explores the family history of Canadian director Sarah Polley through […]

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New York Stories – Stoker / Upstream Color / Stories We Tell

By Glenn Dunks April 9, 2013  There’s a wide world of cinema out there, and Quickflix’s Glenn Dunks is on the ground in New York City bringing you the titles that will soon be seen in Australian cinemas, and eventually available on home entertainment. The Manhattan Report: With the New Directors/New Films festival having just concluded […]

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Blue again – Take This Waltz review

Take This Waltz – Starring Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, and Luke Kirby. Directed by Sarah Polley. Rated MA. By Simon Miraudo. Michelle Williams should surely be crowned the Queen of Cursed Cinematic Courtships, having endured break-up after devastating break-up in her finest features; Blue Valentine, Synecdoche, New York, and Brokeback Mountain. If that weren’t enough, […]

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Trailer Debut: Take This Waltz

About time! The trailer for Sarah Polley‘s Take This Waltz has arrived online, ahead of its (fingers crossed) 2012 Australian release. So much for us listing it as our 17th most anticipated film of 2011! The film features Michelle Williams and Seth Rogen as a couple whose marriage is on the rocks. Luke Kirby plays the […]

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