• The Loved Ones

    The Loved Ones


    Dir/scr: Sean Byrne. Aust. 2009. 84 mins

  • 'The Devil's Candy': Review

    'The Devil's Candy': Review


    Dir/scr Sean Byrne. US, 2015, 79mins.

  • Films of the Year 2015: Tim Grierson

    Films of the Year 2015: Tim Grierson


    The senior US critic for Screen International , Tim has written for the magazine since 2005. Based in Los Angeles, he also contributes to New Republic , Rolling Stone , Backstage and Popular Mechanics .

  • Film4 FrightFest unveils Glasgow strand

    Film4 FrightFest unveils Glasgow strand


    Genre festival’s 11th year in Glasgow to feature eight UK premieres and the world premiere of Stephen King adaptation Cell.

  • Toronto 2015: Midnight Madness

    Toronto 2015: Midnight Madness


    The full line-up of world premieres in Toronto’s Midnight Madness programme, with details on each title including sales contacts.

  • TIFF 2015: Midnight Madness

    TIFF 2015: Midnight Madness


    Midnight Madness is showcasing a collection of international genre titles including Baskin, Hardcore and The Devil’s Candy . But horror films don’t always give directors an easy ride, as Tom Grater reports.

  • The Hunter earns 14 nominations in AACTA film awards

    The Hunter earns 14 nominations in AACTA film awards


    Daniel Nettheim’s The Hunter has earned 14 nominations in the newly established Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards, with period drama The Eye Of The Storm following closely behind with 12.

  • Toronto unveils Docs, Midnight Madness, Vanguard

    Toronto unveils Docs, Midnight Madness, Vanguard


    Organisers unleashed their latest volley of programming, an embarrassment of riches featuring new non-fiction work about education activist Malala Yousafzai, Russia’s Bolshoi Theatre, the immediate aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attacks and the iconic tango pairing of María Nieves and Juan Carlos Copes.

  • News

    Melbourne Film Festival fund blesses Kokkinos


    Blessed , the third feature from Ana Kokkinos ( Head On , The Book Of Revelations ), has taken a big step closer to going into production with a cash offer from the Melbourne International Film Festival's (MIFF) production fund. MIFF's Premiere Fund provides small amounts of strategic investment and ...

  • Features

    Production - The names to watch


    Many of Australia's most promising directors do not get enough opportunity to practise their craft on the big screen unless they head for Hollywood, as Andrew Dominik ( Chopper , The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford ) and Rowan Woods ( The Boys , Little Fish ...