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Everyone\'s favourite puppet gets the doco treatment.
Given the band\'s intriguing rags to riches story, this doco fails to scratch beneath the inflated egos of the four Southern rockers...
The Brisbane International Film Festival kicks off proceedings with a bold and brash British flick.
If you were thinking of heading for warm, sunny climes, now would be an excellent time to high-tail it to Queensland for the 20th Brisbane International Film Festival.
So it\'s all over for another year! But before it all came to an end, the festival shifted into high gear one final time for the closing night film \'Drive\'...
Brilliant, dark and emotionally stirring, Lars Von Trier\'s film about the end of the world was a fittingly otherworldly cinema experience.
One of the funniest and most inventive comedies of the year.
Ken Loach\'s latest is a typically charged, intelligent inclusion into the Iraq War sub-genre.
Another one of our bloggers shares his thoughts on \'The Slap\'... an edgy miniseries that refuses to sentimentalise the social concerns of Christos Tsiolkas.
A television series premiering at a film festival? See how \'The Slap\' fared with audiences here...