Bob Dylan and Martin Scorsese are offering us an utterly contemporary film, tackling issues that go to the heart of modern life in the era of Trump, writes Mark Bannerman.
Singer Sir Elton John says the cutting of gay sex scenes in Russian screenings of Rocketman are "a sad reflection of the divided world we still live in and how it can still be so cruelly unaccepting of the love between two people".
Australian film producer Baz Luhrmann may not have to cast a wide net to find an actor to play Elvis Presley in movie being shot on the Gold Coast.
The investigation into horse trainer Darren Weir has cast a shadow over the upcoming film celebrating the life and achievements of Michelle Payne, the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup.
In bittersweet road movie The Mule, the 88-year-old director and star delivers drugs - and reckons with his reputation on and off-screen.
Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan play feuding Queens in a cautionary tale of powerful women manipulated by desperate men.
From a comic book flick to gangster biopic and a loveable childhood bear, these were the films that delighted and horrified us in a year dominated by franchises, according to film critic Zak Hepburn.
Critics have panned the long-awaited Freddie Mercury biopic, but audiences are loving it. How could they be so out of step?
Fans of Freddie Mercury may be disappointed as the troubled biopic finally hits screens, presenting a sanitised, conservative view of an rock iconoclast.
Why is a New Zealand-born aspiring organic horticulturalist replicating the armour worn by Ned Kelly for the latest movie on the infamous Australian bushranger who was hanged in 1880?