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Film critic and writer Luke Buckmaster questions movie frame rates after Ang Lee's Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk
One of Australia's most acclaimed critics on one of cinema's greatest directors
Joanna Di Mattia explores how Reichardt's status as a Hollywood outsider shapes her feminist filmmaking
A curatorial glimpse behind the screen
Joanna di Mattia delves into the bubbling domestic discontent that permeates Farhadi's films
A short history of the influential Indian film studio
Creative Response Series featuring award-winning sound designer Emma Bortignon
Writer Nick Bugeja analyses how La La Land is an evocation of a promising present and a past cloaked in nostalgia
Future Critics analyses the gritty crime drama
Public programs manager Natasha Gadd catches up with Club Ate masterminds Justin Shoulder and Bhenji Ra
Books and authors to get you inside the mind of this enigmatic creator
Director Richard Lowenstein shares entries from his production journal
Stories from the Registrar
How do you preserve and exhibit objects that are over 70 years old?
Professor Leon van Schaik responds to Philippe Parreno: Thenabouts
Future critic writes from the AIDC
Nick Bugeja explores the genre-defining legacy of the film that taught us to turn it up to 11
Associate producer Arieh Offman talks with artist Jisun Kim about her bold new video work
For over 35 years, the cinema of Jim Jarmusch has disrupted the monotony of Hollywood blockbusters
Film critic and writer Sarah Ward takes a look at the best use of Bowie's music across film and television
Melbourne Cinémathèque President Eloise Ross looks at the restoration of King of Jazz
We take a look at LGBTQI+ characters that should exist and the issues with those that do.
Scorsese's passion for music is almost as fervent as his love for cinema, so it's no wonder he's mastered the method of combining the two
Follow us on a journey from analogue to digital
From the designer's desk
Henry spoke with Scott McConnell about his career and 'A Town Like Alice'
Justin Clemens explores Philippe Parreno's contributions to this contemporary genre
Preserving our cinematic treasures
What happens when eight young creatives reimagine the moving image?
The female characters in Studio Ghibli films aren't your usual fairy tale heroines
Our head of film programs James Hewison reflects on a revelatory trip to Tehran