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Sudden Fear

3 December 2016 10:16 AM, PST | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Joan Crawford controls every aspect of this glamorous, Oscar nominated noir about a murderous marriage double-cross. Good acting enlivens a by-the-book, gimmick-laden plot, with every moment designed to flatter the star.

Sudden Fear

Blu-ray

The Cohen Film Collection

1952 / B&W / 1:37 flat Academy / 110 min. / Street Date December 13, 2016 / 34.99

Starring Joan Crawford, Jack Palance, Gloria Grahame, Bruce Bennett, Virginia Huston, Touch Connors, Bess Flowers, Taylor Holmes, Lewis Martin, Arthur Space.

Cinematography Charles Lang

Film Editor Leon Barsha

Art Director Boris Leven

Original Music Elmer Bernstein

Written by Lenore Coffee, Robert Smith from a novel by Edna Sherry

Produced by Joseph Kaufman

Directed by David Miller

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

The Joan Crawford movie Sudden Fear is an efficient and stylish thriller. Although it’s technically film noir, its story of a two-way murder frame-up is sublimated to the actress’s overpowering personality. It’s the first movie where Crawford was able to »

- Glenn Erickson

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Writer-director Fin Edquist on the slow birth of Bad Girl

9 August 2016 8:56 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Samara Weaving and Sara West in Bad Girl.

Bad Girl, set for its world premiere at Miff tomorrow evening, is a film some 10 years in the making.

The psychological thriller charts the story of Amy (Sara West), a repeat juvenile offender who has been given one last chance by her adoptive parents.

She strikes up an unlikely friendship with a seemingly well-meaning local girl Chloe (Samara Weaving), but as secrets and obsessions are revealed, things quickly turn toxic. Amy finds herself fighting for her life and the future of the family she.d previously maligned.

Writer-director Fin Edquist told If that the focus of the story is the meaning of family.

.What is a family, and who gets to decide who.s in and who.s out, and is blood thicker than water?,. he said.

Having already won best dramatic feature at the Wa Screen Awards last month, Bad Girl »

- Jackie Keast

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Wa Screen Awards winners announced

4 July 2016 11:30 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Actor Mike Djukic, director Richard Eames and art director Helena Tay Eames of Flushed.

The winners of the 28th annual West Australian Screen Awards, hosted by comedian Rhys Nicolson, were unveiled last night at the Heath Ledger Theatre in Perth. The big winner of the night was short drama We Were Here, directed by David Vincent Smith and produced by Joshua Gilbert and Simon Camp, which won four gongs including Cinefest Oz Best Short Form — Drama and Jaguar Best Performance by an Actress for Alexandra Nell.s performance. Flushed, written, directed and produced by Richard Eames, took out three awards including The Backlot Perth People.s Choice Award. . Feature film Bad Girl, written and directed Fin Edquist and produced by Steve Kearney, Bruno Charlesworth and Tenille Kennedy, took out the night.s most coveted award for Media Super Best Long Form — Drama, winning over The Legend of Gavin Tanner and Bngvel. »

- Staff Writer

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Wa Screen Award winners announced

4 July 2016 11:30 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Actor Mike Djukic, director Richard Eames and art director Helena Tay Eames of Flushed.

The winners of the 28th annual West Australian Screen Awards, hosted by comedian Rhys Nicolson, were unveiled last night at the Heath Ledger Theatre in Perth. The big winner of the night was short drama We Were Here, directed by David Vincent Smith and produced by Joshua Gilbert and Simon Camp, which won four gongs including Cinefest Oz Best Short Form — Drama and Jaguar Best Performance by an Actress for Alexandra Nell.s performance. Flushed, written, directed and produced by Richard Eames, took out three awards including The Backlot Perth People.s Choice Award. . Feature film Bad Girl, written and directed Fin Edquist and produced by Steve Kearney, Bruno Charlesworth and Tenille Kennedy, took out the night.s most coveted award for Media Super Best Long Form — Drama, winning over The Legend of Gavin Tanner and Bngvel. »

- Staff Writer

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We Were Here and Flushed scoop Wasa nominations

30 May 2016 9:43 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

The Legend of Gavin Tanner.

We Were Here and Flushed have scooped the nominations for the West Australian Screen Awards.

The West Australian Screen Awards celebraes excellence and achievements in feature film, short film, web series, music videos, television production, documentary, games and interactive productions.

Short drama We Were Here, directed by David Vincent Smith and produced by Joshua Gilbert and Simon Camp, earned six nominations, the most for the awards.

Short comedy Flushed, directed and produced by Richard Eames, also received six nominations.

ABC comedy TV series The Legend of Gavin Tanner, written and directed by Matt Lovkis and Henry Inglis and produced by Lauren Elliott received five nominations, as did short drama Sol Bunker, produced by Glen Stasiuk and directed by Nathan Mewett.

Film and Television Institute Wa (Fti) chief executive, Paul Bodlovich, said the WASAs were one of the most important events on the cultural calendar in Western Australia. »

- Brian Karlovsky

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