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VIDEO: In what is likely to be one of the hot-button films at this year's Melbourne International Film Festival, the remarkable Australian documentary The Animal Condition dares to inject reason and balance into the heated, polarising issue of animal welfare on farms.
WATCH: When filmmaker Sophia Turkiewicz was seven her Polish mother put her in an Adelaide orphanage for two years. This lead to a deeply held resentment that lasted a long time, though - luckily - not a life time.
INTERVIEW: In Reaching for the Moon Miranda Otto plays Pulitzer Prize-winning American poet Elizabeth Bishop, who in the 1950s moved to Rio de Janiero to live with Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares.
JIM SCHEMBRI: Very fast, funny and fresh French comedy about a happily divorced couple who are forced to take a road trip to Greece when the connecting flight to their daughter's wedding is cancelled due to the eruption of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in 2010.
JIM SCHEMBRI: In John Michael McDonagh's dark comedy Calvary, a childhood victim of a pedophile priest calmly tells an innocent priest that, as an act of belated revenge, he will murder him in one week.
JIM SCHEMBRI: While working away on the new Star Wars film, Harrison Ford, who is returning in his original role as Han Solo, suffered a banged ankle when the door of Solo's space freighter, The Millennium Falcon, slammed down on his tootsie.
Cheat Sheet: British comedian Rik Mayall has unexpectedly passed away, age 56. While in Japan, a heretofore successful marriage has hit the bricks thanks to a disagreement over Disney's mega-hit animated film Frozen.
JIM SCHEMBRI: With the movie adaptation of John Greene's best-seller The Fault in Our Stars set to have people weeping in multiplexes the world over, here is a highly subjective selection of films that bring a tear to the eye.
JIM SCHEMBRI: In this entertaining, inconsequential wisp of a film, ageing florist Fioravante (John Turturro) becomes a male prostitute at the behest of his even more-ageing pal, Murray (Woody Allen).
We kind of knew this already, but it was good of Pierce Brosnan to step up and pierce through the over-ripe adulation his Bond films too often receive by admitting his performance as 007 lacked spark and charm.
JIM SCHEMBRI: They've been yapping about a sequel to the Tom Cruise career-maker Top Gun pretty much since it first came out in 1986, but now it seems like it just might actually, really, truly happen.
REVIEW: Oh God. What a water-logged turkey Noah has turned out to be. After all the ballyhoo, director Darren Aronofsky and star Russell Crowe deliver an epic disaster of truly biblical proportions. It's one of those stupid films where the more you think of it, the worse it gets.
REVIEWS: This epic sexual odyssey of addiction from button-pushing director Lars von Trier again proves that he is a much more intelligent and thoughtful filmmaker than his roguish public image would otherwise suggest.
Wadjda is a warm, winning, restless film. It's the first to be shot by a female Saudi director in Saudi Arabia, though it's not the first from the region to spruik the dire need for change where women are concerned.
JIM SCHEMBRI: There are a lot of tough moments in this fact-based saga as a man wages war against bureaucracy, prejudice and his own mortality, but Dallas Buyers Club is ultimately an uplifting story of undying hope and unlikely heroism.
JIM SCHEMBRI: Those eager to experience the deprivation and indignity of what it was like being a slave in the American South in the early 1800s will find no more gruelling, compelling or artfully composed.
When Abraham Lincoln said "you can't please all of the people all of the time" (he actually said "fool" not "please", but why ruin a good misquote?) he had no idea he was talking about Martin Scorsese's hot-to-trot movie.
With Anchorman 2 now blitzing the world's multiplexes, director Adam McKay discusses the art of making good sequels and why it was important to give the film's main character Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) a more satirical edge.
The announcement that Peter O'Toole has passed away, age 81, gives us pause to reflect on his formidable legacy. Though some might give prurient focus on his admittedly well-earned reputation as a heavy drinker and trouble maker, O'Toole deserves to be remembered as an actor of extraordinary range and daring.
The measure of whether a movie performance sinks or swims often comes down to how well the accent flies. If an actor has mastered a dialect, they're likely to get an Oscar; if not, they can end up as a punchline.