Stop-motion filmmaking is an ornate, highly skilled medium that is fast being consigned to history’s bin. It’s best we pay homage to the true masters.
Failed film-maker and TBS Editor Mathew Mackie addresses why it’s necessary to tell an Artist that their work is terrible.
With statistics indicating reading numbers are down, Lauren Ford points out the never-ending cycle of books being made into film.
JKL exposes Hollywood’s shameful anti-ageing ruse, as young stars play two, three, even four times their age on the silver screen.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of Waterloo (no, not the ABBA song) and Glen Falkenstein says it’s the right time to make Stanley Kubrick’s Napoleon movie.
The inaugural SmartFone Flick Fest (SF3), Australia’s only dedicated smartphone film festival for filmmakers of all ages, launched today and is now accepting entries.
Janine Saunders weighs up the coolness of “First Kiss” against it generating a stack of cash under the guise of art.