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K-19: THE WIDOWMAKER K-19: THE WIDOWMAKER
Based on a real Cold War incident, K-19: The Widowmaker is a story of individual heroism in the face of global catastrophe. Eleanor Singer reports.
KAMA SUTRA: A TALE OF LOVE KAMA SUTRA: A TALE OF LOVE

In a new film from Mira Nair, Kama Sutra uncovers the truths behind the highly revered, extremely controversial and greatly misunderstood book of Indian lovemaking techniques. Background notes are edited by Louise Keller.

  KAUFMAN, CHARLIE – ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND
Hollywood likes to call writers ‘hacks’ and gives them little respect, but screenwriter Charlie Kaufman - Being John Malkovich, Adaptation, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, and his latest work, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind – is taking control and credit, argues Justin Clark.*
KID STAYS IN THE PICTURE, THE KID STAYS IN THE PICTURE, THE
He saved Paramount Pictures from collapse in 1966 and was responsible for films like The Godfather, Love Story and Chinatown. Then he crashed. Hollywood producer Robert Evans’ life is the great American opera, and a spellbinding insight into Hollywood over some 50 years. In this edited transcript, filmmakers Brett Morgen and Nanette Burtsein reveal the equally extraordinary backstory to The Kid Stays In The Picture, the outstanding documentary about Evans.
  KING IS DEAD, THE – THE BIRTH
In these notes to his black comedy The King Is Dead, Rolf De Heer provides the deepest, most telling insight into the process of filmmaking, through detailed and personal revelations. It makes gripping, fascinating and entertaining reading for film audiences and film students alike.
  KING KONG - BUILDING A SHREWDER APE
Peter Jackson created a full back story for Kong as a starting point for remaking cinema’s iconic giant ape and surrogate Kong Andy Serkis tells how much a labour of love it was for him when he befriended Zaire, one of the female gorillas, during months of research: and when his wife came to visit him, Zaire threw a water bottle at her.
  KING KONG – THE PRODUCTION DIARIES MAKE CINEMA HISTORY
In a world first, the DVD Making Of comes before the film as Peter Jackson continues his role as a pioneer filmmaker in the use of the DVD medium, reports Andrew L. Urban. The genuine spirit of inclusive filmmaking that Jackson is pioneering is impressive. Uncensored and more or less unplanned, this is fly on the wall doco making from within the filmmaking enclave.
  KINO DENDY CELEBRATES 20 YEARS
An icon of art house cinema in Melbourne, the Kino Dendy, is celebrating its 20th anniversary starting on June 28 with a party for 220 filmbiz guests, followed by the weekend celebration rate of $5 tickets to all films at the 4-screen complex. The celebrations will include special screenings, including Clubland for Kino Dendy club members in the presence of the film’s star, Brenda Blethyn. Andrew L. Urban reports.
  KISS KISS BANG BANG – HARD BOILED, FUNNY & BLACK
The young man who created the Lethal Weapon franchise, Shane Black, has written and directed the film he must have been born to give the world, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, a hard boiled, funny, black buddy action movie, which breaks every self referencing rule by turning itself inside out.
KISS OR KILL KISS OR KILL
Bill Bennett’s latest movie, Kiss or Kill, poses a potent question: how well can you really know anyone? Even lovers? Andrew L. Urban visited the middle of nowhere during filming.
KISS OR KILL: KILLER KAST KISS OR KILL: KILLER KAST
Kiss or Kill opens in Australia after a succession of successful festival screenings; on other pages we talk to director Bill Bennett and Frances O’Connor; here, ANDREW L. URBAN takes verbal snapshots of co-star Matt Day and the film’s entire high calibre supporting cast.
  KIT DENTON DISFELLOWSHIP – 2012 WINNER
Presented by Andrew Denton as part of the 45th Annual AWGIE Awards on August 24, Angela Betzien has won this years $30,000 Kit Denton Disfellowship. Andrew L. Urban was one of four shortlisted out of 385 entries
  KOKODA – RECREATING A LEGEND
A new generation of young filmmakers has taken a vital chapter of Australian war history as the subject matter for a film that takes us back to the forging of an Australian legend: Kokoda. This is the story of how they did it.
KOLYA - CELLIST TUNES HIS HEART KOLYA - CELLIST TUNES HIS HEART

Father (Zdenek) and son (Jan) Sverak’s latest film together is a moving and often funny story of a small group of people, told with great cinematic flair: Andrew L. Urban pieces together some of the background.

KUBRICK VIDEO COLLECTION KUBRICK VIDEO COLLECTION
The Kubrick Video Collection.





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