Beyond the Silver Screen: A history of women, filmmaking and film culture in Australia 1920–1990 by Mary Tomsic
Warner Bros: The Making of an American movie studio by David Thomson
I don’t remember how old I was when I first saw the film version of . As a young girl growing up in north-east Scotland, I didn’t know that it had been adapted from a 1961 novel of the same name by a writer known for her keen observational skills and biting wit called Muriel Spark, or that the story had first appeared, almost ...... (read more)
Reinventing Hollywood: How 1940s filmmakers changed movie storytelling by David Bordwell
'La Parisienne' in Cinema: Between art and life by Felicity Chaplin
The Marvel film Black Panther has currently earned more than US$1.3 billion dollars at the box office worldwide since its release on 13 February 2018, which places it high among the most financially successful films of all time. Such an achievement isn’t necessarily indicative of quality – the Fast and the Furious and Minions ...... (read more)
Eyes to the future
As our fortieth birthday celebrations g ...
The Best Film I Never Made: And other stories about a life in the arts by Bruce Beresford
ABR Deputy Editor Dilan Gunawardana spoke to Greg Sestero: actor, model, author and co-star of the 'best/worst film ever made', The Room (2003).
His award-winning memoir The Disaster Artist: My life inside The Room, the greatest bad ...