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FILMINK


- First issue: 1997
- Covers Australian and international movies.
- News, gossip, interviews, movie reviews, video and DVD releases.
- Website: www.filmink.com.au

Bimonthly
Magazine
from
Australia
Last updated:
11 June 2017

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson
CONTENTS: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 GALLERIES: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 All DATABASE INFO
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DJANGO UNCHAINED: After reinventing the crime genre (Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction), the war movie (Inglorious Basterds) and creating a mixed up genre unto itself (Kill Bill), writer/director Quentin Tarantino, now takes aim at the western.
THIS IS 40: Writer/director Judd Apatow (Knocked Up, Funny People) ropes in his real life wife, Leslie Mann, and regular recruit, Paull Rudd, for this hilariously honest look at longtime relationships, raising kids and hitting forty...hard.
HITCHCOCK: Debut feature filmmaker Sacha Gervasi assembles a stellar cast – Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren, Scarlett Johansson and Jessica Biel – for this wildly entertaining drama about the famous director’s battles to make his classic thriller, Psycho.
JOE WRIGHT: FilmInk profiles the career of the British director (Atonement, Pride & Prejudice) who reteams with Keira Knightley for the third time with Anna Karenina, a bold big screen reimagining of Leo Tolstoy’s literary classic.
2012: THE YEAR IN FILM: FilmInk’s traditional end-of-year, month-by-month wrap gives you the best, worst and the most unforgettable movies of the year.
PLUS more on Lincoln, Life Of Pi, Flight, Beautiful Creatures, The Impossible, Broken City, Zero Dark Thirty, Gangster Squad and much, much more.


December 2012

PREVIEWS: This issue features sneak peek stories on the highly anticipated and ambitious sci-fi flick, Cloud Atlas; the historical comedy drama, Hyde Park On Hudson; and Sam Raimi’s fantasy tale, Oz: The Great & Powerful.
THE HOBBIT: Director Peter Jackson and actors, Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, Richard Armitage and Andy Serkis, return to Middle Earth for this highly anticipated prequel, which could mark the start of another game shifting movie trilogy.
THE MAN WITH THE IRON FISTS: Hip hop legend, occasional actor and now debut director, RZA, teams up with producer, Eli Roth, for this kung fu mini-epic starring Russell Crowe and Lucy Liu.
THE MAKING OF KISS OR KILL: In this special retrospective feature, FilmInk takes a look back at the making of the 1997 Aussie noir thriller that stands as one of this country’s best genre movies.
AND THE OSCAR DIDN’T GO TO... Anyone who loves movies loves (or loves to hate) the Oscars, and usually has a collection of personal axes to grind. And with Oscar season almost upon us, FilmInk looks at a fistful of the most head scratching wins in the history of the polarising awards ceremony.
SUSANNE BIER: FilmInk profiles the career of the acclaimed Danish director behind Open Hearts, Brothers and In A Better World, and who gets romantic with Love Is All You Need.
PLUS Trouble With The Curve, Celeste & Jesse Forever, Pitch Perfect, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 and lots more.


November 2012

PREVIEWS: This issue we feature sneak peek stories on Joe Wright’s bold retelling of a literary classic with Anna Karenina; the cinematic behind the scenes drama of Hitchcock starring Anthony Hopkins in the titular role, and the portmanteau drama, 7 Days In Havana, which has been directed by the likes of Gaspar Noe, Laurent Cantet and Benicio Del Toro.
SKYFALL: Our cover feature sees actors Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Berenice Marlohe and Naomi Harris celebrate the 50th anniversary of British superspy, James Bond, in high style with Sam Mendes’ hotly anticipated new instalment.
ARGO: We get the lowdown from director and star Ben Affleck and actors, Alan Arkin, John Goodman and Bryan Cranston, about the darkly comic drama thriller deservedly garnering a swag of Oscar praise.
DEAD EUROPE: Debut feature director, Tony Krawitz (Jewboy, The Tall Man), and lead actor Ewen Leslie, head into highly confrontational territory with this adaptation of Christos Tsiolkas’ sexually charged novel about sex, family, history and the horrors of one of the world’s greatest continent.
SCREWED!: Not every film gets the kind of release, attention and appreciation that they deserve from their backing studios or producers. And FilmInk looks at twelve films – all of which were royally screwed in one way or another – which amply and tragically prove this fact.
PAUL THOMAS ANDERSON: MASTER FILMMAKER As non-prolific as he is lauded and loved, the filmmaker behind such modern classics as Boogie Nights, Magnolia and There Will Be Blood, breaks a five year drought with the cinematic thunderstorm, The Master.
PLUS Karl Urban, Tim Burton, Blake Lively, Savages, Dredd, The Sessions and more.


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September 2012

ON THE ROAD: Director Walter Salles and actors, Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund, Kristen Stewart, Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst, on adapting Jack Kerouac's undisputed literary classic.
KATH & KIMDERELLA: The foxy ladies of Fountain Lakes - the irrepressible Kath & Kim - stage a high-style assault on the big screen, in a comic adventure that takes them to Italy.
MOVIES ABOUT MOVIES: With the likes of Hugo and The Artist, movies about movies have been hitting a new high lately and in this special feature, FilmInk looks at some of the less celebrated fictional films that have tackled the big, bold subject of cinema itself.
THE MAKING OF FLIRTING: In this special retrospective, writer/director John Duigan and star, Noah Taylor, reminisce about the making of their 1991 coming of age drama and sequel to the 1987 classic, The Year My Voice Broke.
WES ANDERSON: This month we profile the career of the critical darling and hipster favourite behind modern classics like The Royal Tenenbaums and Rushmore who tells a bittersweet and beguiling tale of adolescent love in Moonrise Kingdom.
PLUS Kylie Minogue, Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell, Steve Carell, Resident Evil: Retribution, The Paperboy, Gangster Squad and more.


August 2012

THE BOURNE LEGACY: In our terrific cover feature, FilmInk gets the lowdown from writer/director Tony Gilroy and leading players, Jeremy Renner and Rachel Weisz, about rebooting this game-changing espionage franchise.
THE SAPPHIRES: Having lit up Cannes Film Festival earlier in the year, director Wayne Blair, writer Tony Briggs, and actors Jessica Mauboy and Chris O'Dowd, may just have the next local hit on their hands with this upbeat tale of an Aboriginal all-girl singing group.
RESURRECTING RIVER: THE STORY OF DARK BLOOD: When young actor, River Phoenix died in 1993, he left hearts broken, promises unfulfilled and a small but extraordinary body of work. He also left Dutch director, George Sluzier, with an unfinished film - an unconventional desert-set thriller - which is finally going to see the light of day.
ACTING UP: Whether it's refusing to shave a caveman-style beard; having actors and directors sacked at will; stealing scenes from their co-stars or demanding ridiculously enormous changes at the last minute, Hollywood's biggest performers - including Marlon Brando, Sean Penn, Vincent Gallo, Anjelica Huston and Christian Bale - sure know how to act up.
DIRECTOR FEATURE: TIMUR BEKMAMBETOV: We profile the career of this Russian sci-fi powerhouse director and producer (Night Watch, Day Watch, Wanted) who takes his bravura brand of filmmaking to the very heart of seemingly not-so-sacred Americana with the historical horror fantasy of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
PLUS more on Jennifer Aniston, Robert Pattinson, Channing Tatum, Robin Mcleavy, Cosmopolis, Frankenweenie, On The Road, Magic Mike and more!


July 2012

TED: Having upset conservatives with his provocative animated sitcom Family Guy, writer, director and actor, Seth Macfarlane, takes it to the big screen with his uproarious take on a grown man and his foul mouthed, weed smoking teddy bear of a best friend.
NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN: We speak to the team behind this original Aussie comedy-drama, which stars Ryan Kwanten as a hard partying twenty-something whose brush with infertility sends him on an unlikely journey toward fatherhood.
THE FOUND FOOTAGE PHENOMENON: Shaky cameras, raw dialogue, shocking immediacy, harsh editing... FilmInk delves into the world of the “found footage” film, the popular genre typified by the likes of The Blair Witch Project, Cloverfield, Paranormal Activity and many more.
BELIEVE IT OR NOT: STRANGE AND CONTENTIOUS TRUE STORIES: Not every film based on a true story trumpets this fact like a badge of honour. In this special feature, we look at a handful of Hollywood's most unusual dalliances with the truth, which include Rocky, The Exorcist and Dog Day Afternoon.
KEVIN MACDONALD: This month, we profile the career of a burgeoning master of both documentary (Touching The Void, One Day In September) and fictional feature filmmaking (State Of Play, The Last King Of Scotland) who gets real again with the doco, Marley, about the life and troubled times of the reggae superstar.
PLUS a round-up from the Cannes Film Festival and the Tribeca Film Festival, interviews with Chris Hemsworth, Elizabeth Olsen, Simon Pegg, and more on Lawless, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Brave, The Three Stooges.


June 2012

PREVIEWS: We give you first look, sneak peek stories of the all-star actioner The Expendable 2; and the John Cusack-starring brooding literary thriller The Raven.
THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: In this terrific six-page feature, director Marc Webb and actors Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Rhys Ifans give us the lowdown on reinventing Marvel's most popular superhero for a whole new audience.
DIRECT CONFRONTATION: ACTORS VERSUS FILMMAKERS: The actor/director relationship can be one of the most productive and creative in the whole cinematic process, but other times it can be a source of bitterness, pain and unbridled anger. From Sean Penn banging heads with Oliver Stone and Faye Dunaway tussling with Roman Polanski, we bring you twelve of the best actor/director feuds.
THE MAKING OF SUMMER CITY: In this special retrospective, we look back at this rarely celebrated but essential Australian film, a rare piece of local guerrilla filmmaking written and produced by co-star Phil Avalon, starring a young John Jarratt and featuring debut performances from Mel Gibson and Steve Bisley.
RICK BAKER: Boasting groundbreaking work on everything from Star Wars, An American Werewolf In London, Ed Wood and the upcoming Men In Black III, we track the career of this makeup maestro - who continues his extraordinary work even in the face of the CGI revolution.
PLUS great interviews with Keanu Reeves, Jon Hamm, Eva Green, Pedro Almodovar, and many more.


May 2012

PREVIEWS: We give you first look, sneak peek stories on the sci-fi actioner Total Recall; the brooding horror flick Silent House; and the high camp musical Rock Of Ages.
SNOW WHITE & THE HUNTSMAN: In this terrific six-page feature, debut director Rupert Sanders and actors Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemsworth give us the lowdown on retelling a classic fairytale for a new generation.
WISH YOU WERE HERE: With his striking debut feature film, co-writer/director, Kieran Darcy-Smith, tells a brooding and emotionally honest tale of an Australian couple in turmoil featuring bravura performances from Joel Edgerton and Felicity Price.
THE ARAB SPRING ON FILM: As the political and social landscape has changed so radically in The Middle East after the successive springs of revolutions, so the region's filmmakers have responded in kind, documenting the unrest through a wide variety of cinematic forms.
THE UNKINDEST CUT: WHEN ACTORS HIT THE CUTTING ROOM: Is there any greater indignity for an actor than being lopped out of a film and ending up on the cutting room floor? Well, yes and no, as these cases involving the likes of Robert Pattinson, Mickey Rourke, Liam Neeson and many more show.
JOSS WHEDON: In-depth feature on the pop culture savvy director who scores the job of a lifetime after being handed the writing and directing duties behind the epic superhero, team-up movie, The Avengers.
PLUS great interviews with Tim Burton (Dark Shadows), Liam Neeson, Luc Besson, Emilio Estevez and more.


April 2012

PREVIEWS: We give you first look, sneak peek stories on the crushing actioner, Bullet To The Head, starring Sylvester Stallone; and the battering crime drama, Rampart featuring a stunning performance from Woody Harrelson.
PROMETHEUS: Director Ridley Scott returns to the intergalactic unknown with this highly anticipated science fiction film, taking actors Michael Fassbender, Charlize Theron and Noomi Rapace along for the ride.
MOONLIGHTING: ACTORS WITH SECOND JOBS: From politics and music through to boxing and architecture, some of Hollywood's biggest names - including Brad Pitt, Mickey Rourke, Angelina Jolie and James Franco - manage to maintain second careers.
DIRECTOR PROFILE: DAVID CRONENBERG: In-depth interview with this Canadian visionary famed for his "body horror" films, and who delves into something just as terrifying with his new drama A Dangerous Method: the human mind.
PLUS unmissable stories on This Must Be The Place, Titanic 3D, The Pirates! Band Of Misfits and great interviews with Terrence Davies, Kevin Spacey, Kate Winslet, Sean Penn, Dev Patel, Eugene Levy and lots more.


March 2012


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