Special Feature

A Fetching Achievement

The Past Is a Foreign Country

In the Beginning, There Was Film Appreciation

Metro in the 1970s

A Brief History of Metro

The Bridge

Letter from the Editors

Indigenous Representations on Screen and in Print

Classic Takes: The NFSA Essays

The Changing Face of Genre

Old Journal, New Media

Sydney and the Small Screen

Penning with Pride

Advocacy Meets Analysis: Metro and Documentary

Three Paths to Asian Cinema

Melbourne Plays Itself

The Reel South: Adelaide and Metro

Enabling a Screen Ecology

Bad Blood and Bitterness: Colonisation and the Western in Warwick Thornton’s Sweet Country

What Will You Do with Your OtherLife?: Sci-fi, Subjectivity and Technology

Outback Outbreak: Yolanda Ramke and Ben Howling on Cargo and the Zombie Film

Blood Feuds and Bloodlands: Steven Kastrissios’ Albanian Horror-Fantasy

Boys Will Be Boys: Horror Tropes and Male Privilege in Chris Peckover’s Better Watch Out

Seeing Double: Cinematic Twins in Rabbit and That’s Not Me

Sci-fi on a Shoestring: Ché Baker and Sarah Mason on Blue World Order

Into the Light: Alex Proyas’ Dark City Two Decades On

Lost in the Woods: Greg McLean’s Jungle

Telling Our Love Story: AIDS, Adaptation and Neil Armfield’s Holding the Man

After Priscilla: The Queer Screen Twenty-one Years On

Doing It for the Kids: Gayby Baby and Same-sex families