Stephen Curry

A nightmarish journey to the dark side of '80s Australia.
Introducing the Australian premiere of his latest film, Hounds of Love, at the Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival, Stephen Curry began with an apology. “I apologise in advance if anyone expected The Castle. This isn’t The Castle.”
Tame Aussie bromantic comedy pushes no boundaries.
Australian movies based around sporting themes often are problematic for audiences because unless you are a fan of the particular sport, whether it’s horse racing (The Cup), skating (Deck Dogz), amateur rugby league (Footy Legends) or Aussie...
Tale of a Melbourne Cup triumph is reduced to a corny horse opera.
Virtually everyone who follows racing and even those with a passing interest in the 'sport of kings’ will be familiar with the premise of The Cup: jockey Damien Oliver wins the 2002 Melbourne Cup a week after his older brother Jason dies in a...
Some time in the 1980`s during the 10BA era of Australian filmmaking, a visiting American film star, Vanessa Turnbill, (Molly Ringwald), is rather incongruously playing a schoolgirl in Hot Blooded, a slasher movie being directed by Hilary, (Kylie...