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WHO could have predicted that an untrained pre-pubescent actor would propel a small-budget film into the highest grossing New Zealand flick of all time?
ANCIENT pyramids silhouetted against scorching desert sun, rosewater-infused thick, black coffee, cinnamon-scented air, elaborately bejewelled galabeyas and headscarves in vibrant hues of magenta and cyan, and the reverberating azaan. more »
IT’S action film glory days revisited when director and star Sylvester Stallone teams up with a rollcall of action heroes of the last three decades in The Expendables.
RUSSIAN sleeper spies in America.
TERRORISM: Ten years ago, it was something that only happened in certain parts of the world that you weren’t likely to visit anyway.
PETER Morgan – the writer of 2008’s superb character-driven film Frost/Nixon – has turned the microscope to another meeting of egos, this time between US President Bill Clinton (Dennis Quaid) and energetic UK Prime Minister Tony Blair. more »
ROMAN Polanski must be relieved to be off the news pages and into the arts section with political thriller The Ghost Writer. more »
IT would be easy to dismiss Shirley Barrett’s (Love Serenade) whimsical period romance South Solitary as another unspectacular and unchallenging Australian film – and many will. more »
TO even begin to try to follow up on the phenomenal success of 2008’s critically lauded The Dark Knight, writer/director Christopher Nolan was always going to have to think outside the box. more »
IN recent years, we have seen many Australian films deal with serious issues like drug abuse and underworld crime, but now Sydney-based screenwriter and director Claire McCarthy is telling a very different Australian story. more »
KRISTEN Stewart and Dakota Fanning star as Joan Jett and Cherie Currie in this biopic of 1970s teenage all-girl rock band The Runaways. more »
LOVE can be found in the most unexpected of places – even via the contents of a misplaced suitcase, it seems. more »
IN 1984, Ralph Macchio starred as Daniel Larusso in the original Karate Kid alongside Japanese-American actor Pat Morita, who played the legendary Mr Miyagi. more »
FROM a doctor’s surgery in Scotland to the Academy Awards, John Collee’s journey from GP to award-winning screenwriter for blockbuster films is a unique one. more »
WHY does a children’s movie have to start and end with a fart, as Marmaduke does? more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly journalist Erienne Lette with this week's Dog Refuge update.