Category Archives: aussie cinema

A breif look at lenses

In this little clip Joe Dunton, BSC, GBCT introduces a few of the lenses Stanley Kubrick utilised during his career. It’s great to visually see the technology used in films, as well as, gain an understanding of the differences of … Continue reading

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Christopher Nolan posters

Just with the release of Dunkirk I just wanted to do a little renaissance of the history of Christopher Nolan releases, mainly to go back to those two first mainstream releases of his that broadly put him on the map … Continue reading

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Come and See (1985)

Director: Elem Klimov   Now I am only posting this because if you have absolutely no access to this movie and you think you want to watch it and have no other way to gain access to it, then here … Continue reading

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The Year of Living Dangerously and The Life of Pi

The last two films I saw over the last weekend (Kafka was in there too) and I guess I didn’t really do much this weekend. That’s not a bad thing and I’m glad if I’m going to spend a lot … Continue reading

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Noise (2007) Commit to Memory – directed by Matthew Saville

It was the best Australian film of 2007. When a film comes out that enthrals you the way Noise does, it’s a bonus that it came from Australia. Modern Australian cinema could be described in some circumstances as “honest” and … Continue reading

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to the people who adore cinema

I have nothing particularly interesting to post on my first post. The reason for this is because I really don’t know what I want to do by writing on cinema. I need to practise writing and I hope that over … Continue reading

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