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Reissues for Oz films and TV titles

28 June 2015 9:40 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Screen Australia.s decision to hand back the rights of 1,200 titles to the producers, effective July 1, will result in the reissue on DVD and pay TV of some films and TV productions that have long been out of circulation.

While few if any producers expect to get rich from regaining the rights, the move has been widely welcomed.

The agency has clarified that the concession applies to all projects, including features, miniseries, series and telemovies funded by the Film Finance Corp. and during Screen Australia.s first year, that were released or broadcast in the seven years prior to December 31 2008.

The handover has been brought forward by six months. All rights minus a 1% copyright fee revert back to producers.

Producer Matt Carroll is looking forward to exploring the potential of new revenue sources for Passion, his 1993 drama about composer Percy Grainger, which starred Richard Roxburgh. Beyond Films handled the film directed by Peter Duncan. »

- Don Groves

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Thank You And Sorry: Jack Antonoff Talks Shooting in Black and White, and More

16 June 2015 8:30 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

The original and highly entertaining new six-part docu-series Thank You and Sorry (available exclusively and free on Google Play) follows Grammy award-winning musician Jack Antonoff, as he navigates the bizarre world of touring and life on the road, and how it can make you feel so disconnected from your family and loved ones. The episodes are beautifully shot in black and white and combine real footage from the recent Bleachers tour alongside twisted scripted moments, all while giving some very human insight into who Antonoff is. During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff talked about why he’s always wanted to do something like this, what made Google Play the right home, the shockingly small amount of planning for the episodes, what shooting in black and white added, why he’s both so thankful and sorry, what makes Bleachers different from other bands he’s been a part of, »

- Christina Radish

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‘Game of Thrones’ Finale Director on Shocking Death, Cersei’s Walk (Spoilers)

15 June 2015 2:57 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Fans of “Game of Thrones” have gotten used to getting jolts in the series’ penultimate episode — this time, the shocks came in the finale. And they kept coming. Cersei’s walk of shame. Arya’s bloody act of vengeance. And yes, Jon Snow’s death. Director David Nutter — who also helmed the infamous Red Wedding episode — breaks down all the twists and turns behind the episode.

How do you approach such a big, complicated episode?

My first reaction is complete and utter fear. How am I going to basically do this? How am I going to direct this? I always try to remember that pyramids are built one stone at a time so I try not too freak out too much. I try to hammer it down to how to make it doable.

What was the toughest scene?

I have to say probably Cersei’s walk of shame because that »

- Debra Birnbaum

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‘Game of Thrones 5×10: Mother’s Mercy’ Review

15 June 2015 10:03 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

“…if I might beg just one drop of the Mother’s mercy.”

For all that the High Sparrow likes to talk about the laws of gods and men, the truth is that no life in Westeros or the wider world of which it is a part is lived within an ordered set of rules. Whatever the Mother’s mercy really is, if it exists out there in some pure and undiluted form, the people begging for it sure aren’t getting it. Shireen didn’t, but that doesn’t stop a distraught queen Selyse from seeking an escape from her dead daughter’s specter by hanging herself in a lonely hollow in the northern forest.

Selyse’s death is just one of many calamities that befall Stannis in the episode’s torturous opening minutes, beginning with the desertion of half his army and ending with his defeat at the hands of the Boltons. »

- Gretchen Felker-Martin

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Game of Thrones’ Ian Beattie on Arya’s Revenge, and That Horrific Scene

14 June 2015 10:00 PM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Spoilers ahead for the season five finale of Game of Thrones. We knew it might come to this. As soon as Arya spotted Ser Meryn Trant — one of the names on her kill list — it seemed unlikely she'd be able to resist quenching her thirst for revenge, no matter how much training she's had with the Faceless Men at the House of Black and White. While she had marked this dark knight for death long before she knew about his brothel behavior, it's clear his encounters with Sansa both in and out of court were no fluke. In a move that seems inspired in part by the sample chapter "Mercy" from The Winds of Winter, Arya tracks down her target and uses his predilection for little girls to gain access to him, stabbing his eyes out first and then stabbing him in the chest, the side, and the »

- Jennifer Vineyard

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‘Game of Thrones’ Finale: Who Lives and Who Dies? (Spoilers)

14 June 2015 9:26 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Spoiler warning: Do not read on unless you’ve seen the “Game of Thrones” season five finale, titled “Mother’s Mercy.”

Mother have mercy on us all, since it seems that “Game of Thrones” showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss saved the most brutal and bloody episode of the season for last, with series regulars and supporting players falling victim to the Many-Faced God in equal measure.

The exec producers offered an in-depth look inside the making of the episode in their weekly behind-the-scenes video, providing a few interesting tidbits about the fates of the characters, which we’ve included below.

We kicked off the hour with Stannis Baratheon preparing to march on Winterfell, since his unforgivable sacrifice to the Lord of Light in last week’s episode (burning his daughter Shireen alive) had the desired effect — melting the snows keeping his army mired on the road. Unfortunately, said sacrifice »

- Laura Prudom

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'Game of Thrones' Recap: 'The Dance of Dragons' Sets Fire to Our Hearts

7 June 2015 3:30 PM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Are you not entertained? Or at least traumatized? Maybe both? "Game of Thrones" has 10 episodes per season and the penultimate episode, Episode 9, is always a doozy. Season 5's Episode 9, "The Dance of Dragons," continued that tradition.

Last week's "Hardhome" was an epic masterpiece, and it was hard to see how Episode 9 could even match it. Well, if you want to beat ice, you'd better bring fire -- so how 'bout that dragon fire? Daenerys Targaryen ended "The Dance of Dragons" by riding the back of her biggest (but still kinda small?) dragon, Drogon, leaving her friends stuck in the fighting pit. See ya, guys!

That sequence was from the books, and yet had some serious changes (sorry for blaming you for everything, Hizdahr) and the rest of Episode 9 included mostly new stuff that broke our hearts. Shireen. Sweet Shireen. One of the only characters on "Game of Thrones" that was »

- Gina Carbone

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The Cast Beyond The Wall: Hardhome (Episode 20)

4 June 2015 3:01 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

After a season that’s been light on world breaking events, this week’s episode of Game of Thrones, “Hardhome” delivered on eof the biggest moments in the history of the show so far. The wait for winter is finally over and the White Walkers have arrived in truly terrifying fashion, as they slaughtered what’s left of the Wildling army. The Cast Beyond the Wall is here to discuss the game changing defeat by the elusive Night’s King and how it reframes the story for the entire series.

Before getting to that event though, we talk about the hotly anticipated pairing of Tyrion Lanniester and Daenerys Targaryen in Mereen. After five years of build up, the two deliver a couple of the best scenes of the season far and we take a moment to review why their family histories make them a surprisingly great fit.

“Hardhome” also takes »

- Caleb Masters

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Mad Max: Fury Road Blu-ray Will Feature Black and White Cut

25 May 2015 4:22 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Did you think there was simply too much color in the theatrical version of director George Miller’s action masterpiece Mad Max: Fury Road? If so, you might want to consider picking up the Blu-ray when it hits retail shelves later… Continue Reading →

The post Mad Max: Fury Road Blu-ray Will Feature Black and White Cut appeared first on Dread Central. »

- Todd Rigney

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A Black and White Version of Mad Max: Fury Road Will Be on the Blu-Ray

23 May 2015 7:30 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

One of the most striking things about the terrific Mad Max: Fury Road is that, in a sea of de-saturated post-apocalyptic films, Fury Road embraces color. Director George Miller imbues the action pic with hues that truly pop instead of going the grit-and-grime route normally reserved for dystopian landscapes (see: The Road). However, according to Miller, the best version of the movie is quite different. Speaking with /Film, the filmmaker discussed a black and white cut of Fury Road that he says is the best version of the film: “We spent a lot of time in Di (digital intermediate), and we had a very fine colorist, Eric Whipp. One thing I’ve noticed is that the default position for everyone is to de-saturate post-apocalyptic movies. There’s only two ways to go, make them black and white — the best version of this movie is black and white, but people reserve that for art movies now. »

- Adam Chitwood

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The Cast Beyond The Wall: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken (Episode 18)

20 May 2015 7:48 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Game of Thrones got heated in this week’s episode, titled “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken,” as Sansa’s return to Winterfell turned real dark. In our discussion on The Cast Beyond the Wall, we delve into “the scene” that sent the internet spinning into a controversial tizzy earlier this week.

Before we tackle the hot button topic though, we take a look at some of the episode’s more prominent moments, including Jorah’s reflection on his daddy issues with the Jeor Mormont. Our favorite fallen knight and his dwarven companion Tyrion continue to steal the show on their journey to join Daenerys in Mereen. After the pirate kidnapping, there’s only one question left to ask: Where have the Westerosi cock merchants gone?

Meanwhile, after a few weeks away, Arya returned to further explore the depths of the House of Black and White. It turns out that she’s not »

- Caleb Masters

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Game Of Thrones: 5 Ups And 5 Downs From Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken

20 May 2015 12:42 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

HBO

Game of Thrones is known for being a show with pretty slow build-up, that leads to an extremely epic pay-off.

Even then, to say that the build-up of the show is slow isn’t really a criticism; it’s an area where the show excels. The best moments are found in the many varied character pairings, where conversations can say nothing and everything all at once, and something else is always waiting to happen that will demand your attention.

The show isn’t perfect, although it’s about as close to it as any show can be these days. A large part of that is because the world it inhabits is far from perfect. It’s a twisted place, full of murky morals and, while there may be a House of Black and White, most of the characters aren’t so clear cut. The showrunners aren’t able to please everyone, »

- James Hunt

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Four featurettes take us Inside the Episode of Game of Thrones season 5 episode 6 – ‘Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken’

19 May 2015 12:39 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

HBO has released four video featurettes for this past Sunday’s sixth episode of Game of Thrones season five ‘Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken’, which see showrunners David Benioff and D.B Weiss taking us ‘Inside the Episode’, Iain Glen and Peter Dinklage discussing Jorah learning about his father’s fate, George R.R. Martin talking about Arya and the Hall of Faces, and a look at the VFX of the House of Black and White

See Also: Watch a promo for Game of Thrones season 5 episode 7 – ‘The Gift’

Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken – Arya (Maisie Williams) trains. Jorah (Iain Glen) and Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) run into slavers. Trystane (Toby Sebastian) and Myrcella (Nell Tiger Free) make plans. Jaime and Bronn reach their destination. The Sand Snakes attack. Written by Bryan Cogman; directed by Jeremy Podeswa.

Game of Thrones airs on Sunday nights on HBO in the States and Monday nights on Sky Atlantic in the UK. »

- Gary Collinson

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Game Of Thrones season 5 episode 6 review: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken

19 May 2015 12:53 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Underneath all the scandal and shock, Game Of Thrones season 5 is an exquisite exercise in pace and planning...

This review contains spoilers.

5.6 Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken

At certain points in a season, all the careful pacing in the world doesn't pay off and you get what I like to call a chess match episode. There's no checkmate, just a lot of pieces moving into place to power the rest of the season. The last two episodes of Game Of Thrones have felt like set-up work, both for good and for ill. Given that Game Of Thrones show gurus Benioff and Weiss know how to pace their season out to prevent slower episodes and to ensure something interesting happens in just about every episode, this is a good sort of chess game, with plenty of eye-catching things happening along the way to keep tongues wagging throughout the Seven Kingdoms.

For a relatively sedate episode, »

- louisamellor

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Game of Thrones Recap: I Am Sansa Stark

18 May 2015 5:44 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

The Stark sisters bookended last night’s Game of Thrones and were given the most compelling moments of the hour (more or less — more on that in a bit). Each girl crosses a threshold, their scenes linked through key motifs: gentle ministrations on a naked body, mind games, rooms full of candles. One is losing her name but gaining her power, while the other gains a name but loses something even more precious.We open on Arya, slowly washing a corpse in the House of Black and White. The first few moments are all close-ups of her hands and small stretches of flesh; her movements are delicate and deliberate. Water is wrung into a bowl from freshly washed hair. The shots here reminded me of Vermeer’s quiet, contemplative paintings of women in small rooms, attending to their work. (I don’t know much about art history, but I do »

- Nina Shen Rastogi

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What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks - Game of Thrones, Gotham

18 May 2015 4:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Gotham: Channel 5, 9pm

As the Batman prequel series hurtles towards its conclusion, young Bruce (David Mazouz) makes a shocking discovery about his father and Wayne Enterprises.

Meanwhile, Barbara's life hangs in the balance as the Ogre's reign of terror continues - can Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) get to her in time?

Made in Chelsea: E4, 9pm

More from SW3's finest, as Nicola decides to confront Jess over her "unfinished business" with Alex Mytton.

Meanwhile, Josh continues to cause friction between Lucy and Stephanie, while Spenny is also hoping Lucy can bury the hatchet with Lauren.

Game of Thrones: Sky Atlantic, 9pm

In the dramatically-titled 'Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken', Arya continues her training at the House of Black and White, while Jorah and Tyrion run into slavers and the Sand Snakes mount an attack.

Unless you stayed up for the simulcast at 2am, this is your first chance to »

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Review: 'Game of Thrones' Season 5 Episode 6 'Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken': When the Series Betrayed Sansa Stark

18 May 2015 1:38 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Previously: Review: 'Game of Thrones' Season 5 Episode 5 'Kill the Boy': The Targaryens Stand Alone Post-"Game" AnalysisLet's be blunt, the end of Episode 6 is going to be a controversial one. There's a lot to discuss, and I, your loyal "Game of Thrones" weekly reviewer am still in a state of semi-shock, but let's get to the rest of the episode first. Most Magical MomentTonight, it looked like Arya had finally begun taking pride in the work she was doing for The House of Black and White. She seemed to enjoy the intricacies of the ritual washing of the bodies, despite not knowing what happened to them afterward. When the other servant girl told her a fabricated story about also being from Westeros and also being the daughter of a lord, Arya ate up the lie, proving that she wasn't yet ready to pass through the next door. When Jaqen asked »

- Casey Cipriani

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Review: 'Game of Thrones' Season 5 Episode 6 'Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken': When the Series Betrayed Sansa Stark

18 May 2015 1:38 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Previously: Review: 'Game of Thrones' Season 5 Episode 5 'Kill the Boy': The Targaryens Stand Alone Post-"Game" AnalysisLet's be blunt, the end of Episode 6 is going to be a controversial one. There's a lot to discuss, and I, your loyal "Game of Thrones" weekly reviewer am still in a state of semi-shock, but let's get to the rest of the episode first. Most Magical MomentTonight, it looked like Arya had finally begun taking pride in the work she was doing for The House of Black and White. She seemed to enjoy the intricacies of the ritual washing of the bodies, despite not knowing what happened to them afterward. When the other servant girl told her a fabricated story about also being from Westeros and also being the daughter of a lord, Arya ate up the lie, proving that she wasn't yet ready to pass through the next door. When Jaqen asked »

- Casey Cipriani

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Game Of Thrones Recap: “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken”

17 May 2015 8:22 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Braavos Serving the Many-Faced God requires a fine balance between being true to oneself while convincingly lying to others, a difficulty Arya is discovering during her stay at the House of Black and White. As she continues to prepare more of the God's followers for their departure from this world, her curiosity about the ultimate destination of their bodies is piqued, but blocked by another servant. Jaqen further tests her, whipping her when he catches her in a lie. Arya is pushed to the brink of quitting her servitude altogether. But when the father of a terminally ill girl comes to Arya seeking help, she tells the girl a lie to put her at ease and get her to drink from the fountain. Jaqen watches Arya's interaction and then leads her to the cavernous tombs beneath the preparation room. There, she is witness to the infinite faces carved into the room's massive columns. »

- Dave Trumbore

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Game of Thrones Recap: Cold-Hearted, Hot-Headed Snakes

17 May 2015 6:58 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Oberyn, your daughters do you proud.

In this week’s Game of Thrones, not five minutes after Jaime and Bronn sneak into the Martell family compound, the Sand Snakes have them on the defensive (and kinda losing). The women are, as the episode title says, “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken” — and, I’d add, hella badass. The Red Viper’s babies are all grown up and ready to get their vengeance on.

Elsewhere, Sansa is wed (boo), Arya is dumbfounded (cool) and Tyrion talks his way out of yet another predicament (obviously). Read on for what happens in this week’s episode. »

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