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The Age
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill filmHollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion th
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill film
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
Hollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion the genre has been running out of steam, Australian cinema-goers have spent more than $110 million buying tickets to these movies in the past 15 weeks. Short Cuts... Read more
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8h
Western Advocate
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill filmHollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion th
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill film
Western Advocate / Posted 8 hours ago
Hollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion the genre has been running out of steam, Australian cinema-goers have spent more than $110 million buying tickets to the genre in the past 15 weeks. Short Cuts... Read more
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8h
Kiama Independent
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill filmHollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion th
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill film
Kiama Independent / Posted 8 hours ago
Hollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion the genre has been running out of steam, Australian cinema-goers have spent more than $110 million buying tickets to the genre in the past 15 weeks. Short Cuts... Read more
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8h
Manning River Times
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill filmHollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion th
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill film
Manning River Times / Posted 8 hours ago
Hollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion the genre has been running out of steam, Australian cinema-goers have spent more than $110 million buying tickets to the genre in the past 15 weeks. Short Cuts... Read more
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8h
Goondiwindi Argus
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill filmHollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion th
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill film
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 8 hours ago
Hollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion the genre has been running out of steam, Australian cinema-goers have spent more than $110 million buying tickets to the genre in the past 15 weeks. Short Cuts... Read more
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8h
The North West Star
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill filmHollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion th
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill film
The North West Star / Posted 8 hours ago
Hollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion the genre has been running out of steam, Australian cinema-goers have spent more than $110 million buying tickets to the genre in the past 15 weeks. Short Cuts... Read more
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8h
Daily Liberal
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill filmHollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion th
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill film
Daily Liberal / Posted 8 hours ago
Hollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion the genre has been running out of steam, Australian cinema-goers have spent more than $110 million buying tickets to the genre in the past 15 weeks. Short Cuts... Read more
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8h
The Border Mail
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill filmHollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion th
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill film
The Border Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
Hollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion the genre has been running out of steam, Australian cinema-goers have spent more than $110 million buying tickets to the genre in the past 15 weeks. Short Cuts... Read more
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The Courier
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill filmHollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion th
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill film
The Courier / Posted 8 hours ago
Hollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion the genre has been running out of steam, Australian cinema-goers have spent more than $110 million buying tickets to the genre in the past 15 weeks. Short Cuts... Read more
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9h
Northern Daily Leader
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill filmHollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion th
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill film
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 hours ago
Hollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion the genre has been running out of steam, Australian cinema-goers have spent more than $110 million buying tickets to the genre in the past 15 weeks. Short Cuts... Read more
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The Young Witness
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill filmHollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion th
Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill film
The Young Witness / Posted 9 hours ago
Hollywood keeps making comic book superhero movies. Quashing any suggestion the genre has been running out of steam, Australian cinema-goers have spent more than $110 million buying tickets to the genre in the past 15 weeks. Short Cuts... Read more
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Business Wire
Reading International Announces First Quarter 2016 Resultsby 3%, or $685,000, primarily due to unfavorable impact from FX average rate mo
Reading International Announces First Quarter 2016 Results
Business Wire / Posted 12 days ago
by 3%, or $685,000, primarily due to unfavorable impact from FX average rate movements. When expressed in local currency, Australian cinema revenues increased by 7% or AU$1.8 million, due to higher admissions. In New Zealand, cinema revenue... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
'Mad Max' creator Miller rides into Cannes on top of the worldafter the movie won six Academy Awards and four British Baftas. As a writer, d
'Mad Max' creator Miller rides into Cannes on top of the world
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 17 days ago
after the movie won six Academy Awards and four British Baftas. As a writer, director and producer Miller is a pioneer of Australian cinema - with a career that runs from the original 1979 "Mad Max" starring a young, leather-clad Mel Gibson, to... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
‘Mad Max’ creator Miller rides into Cannes on top of the worldafter the movie won six Academy Awards and four British Baftas. As a writer, d
‘Mad Max’ creator Miller rides into Cannes on top of the world
Manila Bulletin / Posted 17 days ago
after the movie won six Academy Awards and four British Baftas. As a writer, director and producer Miller is a pioneer of Australian cinema — with a career that runs from the original 1979 “Mad Max” starring a young, leather-clad Mel Gibson, to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Women make a scene on the horror film circuit - and everyone should be afraidpitch their projects in the red glow of the Founders Room, it's easy to feel th
Women make a scene on the horror film circuit - and everyone should be afraid
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
pitch their projects in the red glow of the Founders Room, it's easy to feel that you're glimpsing part of the future of Australian cinema, the emergence of an alternative to both a narrow fanboy model of pop culture and the equally narrow – and... Read more
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The Age
Women make a scene on the horror film circuit - and everyone should be afraidpitch their projects in the red glow of the Founders Room, it's easy to feel th
Women make a scene on the horror film circuit - and everyone should be afraid
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
pitch their projects in the red glow of the Founders Room, it's easy to feel that you're glimpsing part of the future of Australian cinema, the emergence of an alternative to both a narrow fanboy model of pop culture and the equally narrow – and... Read more
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25d
Sydney Morning Herald
Women make a scene on the horror film circuit - and everyone should be afraidpitch their projects in the red glow of the Founders Room, it's easy to feel th
Women make a scene on the horror film circuit - and everyone should be afraid
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
pitch their projects in the red glow of the Founders Room, it's easy to feel that you're glimpsing part of the future of Australian cinema, the emergence of an alternative to both a narrow fanboy model of pop culture and the equally narrow – and... Read more
3 related stories
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WA Today
Women make a scene on the horror film circuit - and everyone should be afraidpitch their projects in the red glow of the Founders Room, it's easy to feel th
Women make a scene on the horror film circuit - and everyone should be afraid
WA Today / Posted 25 days ago
pitch their projects in the red glow of the Founders Room, it's easy to feel that you're glimpsing part of the future of Australian cinema, the emergence of an alternative to both a narrow fanboy model of pop culture and the equally narrow – and... Read more
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The Age
A Month of Sundays review: Even real estate agents deserve a second chanceyou want from the film. And there's plenty. It's the kind of subtle, thoughtful
A Month of Sundays review: Even real estate agents deserve a second chance
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
you want from the film. And there's plenty. It's the kind of subtle, thoughtful drama which is rapidly becoming extinct in Australian cinema because the species has migrated to television. But here's powerful proof that there should be a place for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
A Month of Sundays review: Even real estate agents deserve a second chanceyou want from the film. And there's plenty. It's the kind of subtle, thoughtful
A Month of Sundays review: Even real estate agents deserve a second chance
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 26 days ago
you want from the film. And there's plenty. It's the kind of subtle, thoughtful drama which is rapidly becoming extinct in Australian cinema because the species has migrated to television. But here's powerful proof that there should be a place for... Read more
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The North West Star
Editorialcould attend but the likeable Ernie Dingo was there to recount his memories fro
Editorial
The North West Star / Posted 30 days ago
could attend but the likeable Ernie Dingo was there to recount his memories from the film, which has become an icon of Australian cinema. Even my own daughter who has shown little interest in her father’s goings-on in Mount Isa was entranced... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Pawno review: It may be set in Footscray, but this is more fiction than factwhen the most prominent Vietnamese character (Ngoc Phan) is a sexually aggressi
Pawno review: It may be set in Footscray, but this is more fiction than fact
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
when the most prominent Vietnamese character (Ngoc Phan) is a sexually aggressive, broken-English spouting stereotype. My point is not to dismiss what appear to be good intentions, simply to suggest that Australian cinema has a long... Read more

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