Paul Byrnes finds a paradox at the heart of disaster movies' appeal.
Steve Persall The makers of Deepwater Horizon want it to be anything but just another disaster film.
Karl Quinn The latest plans to develop the massive former prison site in Coburg include a shopping centre and cinema complex.
Michael Idato As the critically exalted television series Transparent begins its third season, its genesis – that excruciating, illuminating, beautiful moment when Mort Pfefferman (Jeffrey Tambor) transformed into Maura – seems ever further and further away.
Karl Quinn The star of The Hobbit and TV series The Office and Fargo says he's no fan of zombie movies, though he loves the one he is making in Australia right now.
Karl Quinn The star of the new thriller reveals the path she might have taken, and why she's no fan of the word 'strong' when it comes to her roles.
Stars such as Richard Schiff, Allison Janney, Bradley Whitford, Dule Hill, Joshua Malina, and Mary McCormack will work for the White House once more.
Michael Lallo We love watching bullies, murderers and sociopaths on screen. What does this say about us?
Amy Croffey You'd be forgiven for switching on The Bachelorette on Thursday night and mistaking it for a re-run of Ben Stiller's classic, Zoolander.
Jane Freebury In a new adaptation of Joe Cinque's Consolation, Canberra filmmaker Sotiris Dounoukos highlights the ambiguities of a case which gripped Australia.