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Episode 2: Dunkirk, Paris Can Wait, Descent Into The Maelstrom, The Black PrinceCharlie, Jess, Daniel and Brent discuss the week's films, examine the return of 'Game Of Thrones' to TV and ask whether our screens have become to sexually explicit, check out the best bit's of Disney's D23 expo, mourn the loss of George A. Romero and Martin Landau, and go behind the scenes of one of the last cinemas still showing movies on film to take in a 77-year-old classic. Reviews ▸ Dunkirk ▸ Paris Can Wait ▸ The Black Prince ▸ Kong: Skull Island on Blu-ray ▸ A Man Called Ove on DVD
Film news ▸ The passing of George A. Romero and Martin Landau ▸ Highlights from Disney's D23 Expo ▸ 'Game of Thrones' returns ▸ Have our screens become too sexually explicit?
Interview In an attempt to cut costs and improve technology, many cinemas in the past decade have made the move to digital projectors, eliminating the need for film - and film projectionists. Melbourne’s Astor Theatre is one of the few places in Australia that still regularly shows movies on film - and Brent and Daniel went along to take in a 77-year-old classic.
Next week's episode ▸ Reviews of 'A Ghost Story', 'A Monster Calls', 'Kiki, Love To Love', 'Obsession' and 'War For The Planet Of The Apes'
Episode 1: Baby Driver, The BeguiledCharlie, Jess, Daniel and Brent discuss the week's films, share their favourite films from the Melbourne International Film Festival launch, discuss the effect Rotten Tomatoes has had on moviegoers, and interview Aussie indie filmmakers Tristan Barr and Damien Lipp about their one-shot film 'Watch The Sunset'. Reviews ▸ Baby Driver - you can also listen to the soundtrack on Spotify ▸ The Beguiled
Interview There are some great Australian films popping up at film festivals across the country this year. Making its world premiere at the Revelation Perth International Film Festival is 'Watch The Sunset', a new indie film from Aussie filmmakers Tristan Barr and Damien E. Lipp - that was shot in one continuous take. Charlie spoke to them about their experience.