Paul Cox, who had a major impact on Australian indie cinema with films like “Lonely Hearts,” has died, the Australian Directors Guild announced on Twitter on Saturday. He was 76. A cause of death was…
Charter Communications and Cox Communications are in very early stages of merger talks, according to a report in Bloomberg. The report, which gives few specifics on what a merger would look like…
A premature eulogy turns into an engaging celebration of Euro-flavored, Oz-based vet auteur Paul Cox in David Bradbury's docu feature.
He may be known as one of the last of the commercially influential critics, but over his 40-year career, Roger Ebert has quietly evolved into another role: the champion of the little-known filmmaker.
After struggling to get his Belgian production "Father Damien" released in his own version, Paul Cox has returned to Australia and to more typical material with "Innocence," an aptly titled and…
Sometimes, the most spectacular special-effects visuals happen in the works of filmmakers you rarely associate with noisy summer blockbusters. For instance, the latest 3-D Imax feature, “4 Million…
With this, his second adaptation of a book by E.L. Grant Watson (after last year's "The Nun and the Bandit"), Australian auteur Paul Cox moves another step away from urban relationship films that…
"The Heartbreak Kid," which has no connection with Elaine May's 1972 pic of the same title, has major box office potential in Australia, where it should click with teens as well as their parents. And…
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