A simple request from Australian singer-songwriter Thelma Plum has birthed a "matriarchy" of women on local music video sets.
A scriptwriter from the outskirts of Darwin becomes the only Australian accepted into an exclusive screenwriting bootcamp run by A Beautiful Mind and Apollo 13 director Ron Howard.
The co-writers, directors, stars and real-life best friends talk about breaking up with rom-com conventions in their 'womantic comedy', which smashed the box office in New Zealand.
Is it time for an overhaul of regional cinemas? Dubbo film fans think so, especially after acclaimed Australian director Warwick Thornton had to hand-deliver his own film for a community screening after it was snubbed by the local cinema.
Czech filmmaker Milos Forman, whose American movies One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Amadeus won a deluge of Academy Awards, including best director Oscars, has died.
Terror Nullius is a radical retelling of the nation's history, offering a bold critique of masculinity, refugee policy and our treatment of Indigenous Australians, writes Jason Di Rosso.
When John Polson climbed onto a wobbly chair in Sydney's Tropicana Caffe in late 1992, he unknowingly ignited an idea that would inspire a nationwide interest in short films, and provide a launch pad for countless creatives.
A manic performance from Robert Pattinson anchors Good Time, the new heist thriller from filmmaking brothers Benny and Josh Safdie.
Netflix's debut original feature Okja is a rollicking action movie and intelligent corporate satire, writes RN film critic Jason di Rosso.
In the new film, feminist icon Wonder Woman fails to shine despite a big special effects budget, writes Sarinah Masukor.