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GIVEAWAY: Win tickets to see 13 MINUTES

Monday 6th July 2015

If Dry July has got you searching for things to do with your mates – then look no further. This frosty weather is perfect for heading to the cinema and catching a top international flick. We’ve even got a suggested film for you – 13 Minutes – and better yet, we have 10 double passes (valued at $39)…

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10 weird, wonderful and whacky facts about James Franco

Tuesday 16th June 2015

Onscreen he’s a weed smoking, WW1 pilot, friend of the apes, gay rights activist who got himself trapped in a canyon for 127 hours. Off-screen he’s an artsy loner, self-confessed nerd and serial social media user. However to fully describe the man his family call ‘Teddy’, you’d need to dig a whole lot further. A…

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5 real life British crimes that inspired movies

Monday 1st June 2015

WM Brit Grit starts Monday 1 June with a week of the grittiest British crime films from the past decade. So staying with the theme of all things British and crime, below we have listed 5 real life British crimes and the movies they inspired. 1. Crime: The English criminal Michael Gordon Peterson (who is…

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Best and Worst Movie Remakes

Friday 22nd May 2015

Deciding to remake a movie, especially a classic is a little like playing with fire; more likely than not you’re going to get burnt. Just ask Tim Burton. However sometimes it pays off, and when it does not only can it result in commercial success and critical acclaim, but it can also allow audiences to…

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10 things you might not know about Cannes Film Festival

Wednesday 13th May 2015

The 68th Cannes Film Festival kicks off this week, and to celebrate WM Spotlight: Cannes Film Festival is showcasing a selection of films that have wowed Cannes audiences in the past. Tune in Wednesday 13 May from 8:30pm EST to catch the Francois Chalais prize-winner, Where Do We Go Now?, Thursday we’ll be showcasing the…

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GIVEAWAY: Our picks of the 2015 Sydney Film Festival (COMP CLOSED)

Thursday 7th May 2015

Cinephiles – rejoice! The much-loved Sydney Film Festival is back again this June, boasting its most impressive program yet. The film festival, now in its 62nd year, will consist of 251 titles from 68 countries worldwide. With this much international film on offer, we’re manically filling our diaries with back-to-back marathons of moving dramas, enlightening…

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