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The good, the bad and 'The Proposition': the Australian outback, circa 1880. Inside a weathered and rundown shack, a hail of bullets haemorrhages through the walls as a deadly gunfight unfolds. Movie review Mar 22, 2006 1742
Good Night, and Good Luck: all the senator's men. Movie review Mar 22, 2006 2065
Hook, line and Little Fish: Little Fish (Rowan Woods, 2005) is set in the densely populated western-Sydney suburb of Cabramatta. With more than seventy-five per cent of its residents born overseas--the vast majority having emigrated from Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, China and Laos--Cabramatta is Australia's most multicultural postcode. Movie review Jan 1, 2006 1786
Faking it with The Magician: The Magician (Scott Ryan, 2005) is a ride-along documentary that follows a hitman as he commits murder-for-hire. Is that for real, you ask? No, of course not. It's all just a bit of sorcery, a mockumentary that is masterfully--ahem--executed. Movie review Jan 1, 2006 1548
A great appetizer: The Oyster Farmer. Movie review Jun 22, 2005 1619
Been there, done that, and lived to tell about it! In a business where money talks, Phillip Cenere speaks with Jane Scott, Chris Noonan, John Weiley and Al Clark about achieving box office success and the state of the Australian film industry. Jun 22, 2005 3932
Rotten Peaches: when it was announced that Craig Monahan was directing his second feature film, Peaches (2005), the anticipation was high. The question on the lips of many was: 'Can he do it again?'. Jun 22, 2005 1805
Aussie film awards: the post-mortem: there is a saying in the media industry that the only thing worse than bad publicity is no publicity. But what happens when you get both? Well, the organizers of the AFI Awards found out this year. Jan 1, 2005 3081
A delicately crafted Somersault. Movie Review Sep 22, 2004 1968
Film criticism ... somebody's got to do it: Peter Thompson (Sunday), Paul Byrnes (The Sydney Morning Herald), Andrew Urban (Urban Cinefile), and Jake Wilson (Senses of Cinema) speak with Phillip Cenere about film criticism in Australia and the challenges it faces. Sep 22, 2004 3138

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