In just one year The Clash went from working-class punks to Top 10 rock stars. This new doco exposes the rivalry and betrayal that lead to their demise. "Rock the Casbah" indeed.
Volume 10 features a sublime collection of photos by Edward Burtynsky, each of them focused on water and how it's being manipulated in the modern world.
If you're a fan of Star Wars, the Alien movies, Blade Runner or basically any sci-fi film made since the ’70s, you might want to sit down. All those characters and visual effects were a rip off of the early work by director Alejandro Jodorowsky.
A small but treacherous ocean separates Iceland and Greenland. But as Home Ground shows, the two vastly different countries remain connected by the landscapes that shape them.
To mark the video game fiction feature in the next print volume (out March 3!) we're hosting a screening of '80s sci-fi adventure The Last Starfighter at Golden Age Cinema in Sydney next week.
This February 14 you can still be in good company, even if you're alone cleaning the house in your trackies...
The net gave short film the platform and reach it always needed, but with that has come the tendency to make video for video's sake. Aussie filmmakers Commoner are creating quality amidst the noise.
Most music documentaries try to get behind the myth to reveal the capital-T truth about their subject. This one puts the myth out front and centre.
Be it a bad bad movie, a good bad movie, or a movie you kind of like –"The Flop House" has something to say about it.
JD Salinger was probably the most beloved, and most secretive, writer in American history. This piercing doco shines a light on his life.
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