FILM REVIEW The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

Dame Judi Dench stars in <em>The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel</em>, in cinemas this week.

DISCLAIMER: I did not see the 2011 crowd-pleaser The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.. more »

Freo actor makes the right move

Frank Fazio, pictured with fellow Fremantle TV presenter Rove McManus at a Sydney awards ceremony, is loving life in the big smoke.

LIFE has been kind for local actor Frank Fazio after he decided to leave Fremantle and head to Melbourne for more career opportunities. more »

Fifty shades of disappointment

Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan.

AFTER all the book sales, hype and anticipation, it is disheartening to learn that Fifty Shades of Grey is basically about a rich man who tries to seduce a virgin into being his sex slave. more »


David Oyelowo and Carmen Ejogo star in Selma, opening this Thursday.

IMPORTANT and sadly still relevant in regards to the fight against prejudice 50 years after the real life events, Selma depicts a pivotal few weeks in Dr Martin Luther King Jr’s campaign for civil rights. more »


Julianne Moore in Still Alice.

My limited experience with a person with Alzheimer's when I was young left a mark. more »

FILM REVIEW Into the Woods

Daniel Huttlestone and Meryl Streep in <em>Into The Woods</em>, in cinemas now.

Big stars, music, singing, dancing and a twist on beloved fairytales fail to bring much joy in the latest big screen musical adaption Into The Woods. more »

Jolie-directed drama opens next week

Angelina Jolie directing cast on the set of <em>Unbroken.</em>

HOLLYWOOD’s power couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie releasing a wartime film each within months of each other was pure coincidence, according to Unbroken producer Matthew Baer. more »

FILM REVIEW Exodus: Gods and Kings

Joel Edgerton and Christian Bale star in <em>Exodus: Gods and Kings</em>, in cinemas now.

TIDAL waves, a river of dead fish, swarms of hopping frogs, chirping locusts and the struggle with religion and God fail to raise the pulse in this epic, big budget telling of Moses’ story. more »

Aussie teen hits Hollywood to film kids' classic

Ed Oxenbould (left) in a scene with Jennifer Garner and Steve Carrell in <em> Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.</em>

IT IS no surprise that Ed Oxenbould (13) felt nervous auditioning for the lead role in a film with Steve Carrell and Jennifer Garner. more »

Fat Pizza founder finds surprise star

Paul Fenech wrote, produced, directed and starred in <em>Fat Pizza Vs Housos</em>, in cinemas now.

THE brains behind TV hits Fat Pizza and Housos, Paul Fenech, could have uncovered raw acting talent in shock jock Kyle Sandilands. more »

Camelot announces a cracker of a season

Camelot Outdoor Cinema opens for the season on December 3.

LUNA Palace Cinemas and MosArts have announced the program for this summer’s season at Camelot Outdoor Cinema, which features more advance screenings than before and a new edition to music nights. more »

Film fest has plenty of capital

A scene from <em>Human Capital</em>, opening as part of the Lotterywest Festival Films season.

THE value of one person’s life and social status is brought into question in the opening movie for the Lotterywest Festival Films. more »

Film fest expert praises Perth as outdoor seasons start

Film program manager Tom Vincent at Joondalup Pines ahead of the start of the Lotterywest Festival Films. Photographer: Emma Goodwin

BRITISH import Tom Vincent arrived in Perth just in time to launch this year’s Lotterywest Festival Films program. more »

FILM REVIEW Nightcrawler

Jake Gyllenhaal in Nightcrawler

THE rise of citizen journalism and the correlation with declining ethics in the industry are treated with a sharp wit and satire in first-time director Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler. more »

Aussie film blazes trail with iTunes release

Geoff Morrell, Noni Hazlehurst and Angus Sampson in <em>The Mule,</em> which will be released on iTunes on November 21.

THE Mule co-writer, co-director and star Angus Sampson is making a pioneering move for the Australian film industry. more »

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