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Top 20 Australian Films (2000-2019)

Andrew Chan Australian Film Film Awards

Top 20 Australian Films (2000-2019)

 Top 20 Australian Films (2000-2019) Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia) Animal Kingdom  The Babadook The Sapphires Mad Max: Fury Road Mao’s Last Dance Japanese Story Somersault  Candy  Moulin Rouge! ... Rabbit-Proof Fence The Great Gatsby Chopper Lantana Wolf Creek The Dressmaker Paper Planes The Nightingale December Boys Romulus, My Father Happy Feet

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Film Review: Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks (2019) - Australia

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Film Review: Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks (2019) - Australia

Review: Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks (2019) - Australia     Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   Australian director Serge Ou delivers the goodies in the latest Tribute to the origins of Kung Fu films and the influence of the once great Hong Kong cinema to not just Hollywood, but the rest of the world. In making the the in-depth documentary “Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks”, Ou presents more than a fan-boy service affair, but instead provide valuable insights for novice and long time genre fans alike.   For a good 30 minutes of...

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Film Review: The Invisible Man (2020) - USA / Australia

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Film Review: The Invisible Man (2020) - USA / Australia

The Invisible Man (2020) - USA / Australia   Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia) Inspired by the 1897 H.G. Wells novel of the same name, this is a modern reworking in light of the #metoo movement, Director Leigh Whannell (previously made and crafted  “Saw” and “Insidious”) made this interpretation extremely unique, breathtaking and edge of your seat thriller. Aided by the excellent Elisabeth Moss who is perfectly casted as the abused wife of “The Invisible Man”. In this film, the audience follows the camera and in doing so, we are immersed into every situation that Moss...

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Film Awards: 2019 FCCA AWARDS FOR AUSTRALIAN FILM

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Film Awards: 2019 FCCA AWARDS FOR AUSTRALIAN FILM

THE NIGHTINGALE WINS BEST FILM ROLF DE HEER HONOURED WITH CAREER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 2019 FCCA AWARDS FOR AUSTRALIAN FILM   The Nightingale, producers Kristina Ceyton, Steve Hutensky, Jennifer Kent, Bruna Papandrea, was announced as Best Film by Film Critics Circle of Australia in their annual Awards for Australian Film, presented on Monday night. The film’s star Aisling Franciosi was awarded the Best Actress Award.   David Michôd was presented with the Universal Pictures Award for Best Director for The King, while Joel Edgerton picked up the Best Actor Supporting Role Award. Together, Michôd and Edgerton won the Bunya Productions Award for Best Screenplay (original or adapted).   Damon Herriman picked up the...

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Film Review: Boy Erased (2018) - USA / Australia

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Film Review: Boy Erased (2018) - USA / Australia

Boy Erased (2018) - USA / Australia Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   What impressed me the most in “Boy Erased” is the fact that Director Joel Edgerton manages to banishes the cruelty of  “conversion therapy” and whilst also providing an extremely human story about coming to terms of ones’s sexuality.  The film poses tough questions on following faith blindly and the controversy around “conversion therapy” on the LGBT community and society in general. We get outstanding performances by Nicole Kidman and an out of shape Russell Crowe, whose conservative nature is ultimately blinded by faith...

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