The Apollo 11 mission might be one of the last things that might typically call for a suspense-ridden retelling. Thankfully, the filmmakers didn’t listen
Where we fight about all things Sydney Film Festival, what we’re seeing and what you should see with the Film in Revolt crew and 2SER’s Stephen Hill
Earning the time to tell this story, The Lives of Others Director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck has triumphed again
Growing older is hard, growing up is harder
“Animals is about two women around their early thirties and figuring out whether can continue to party and live together and be wild or whether there’s something else they want in life.” “I love Dublin […]
It’s rare that a film with such efficient storytelling could flounder for nearly two hours.
Are zombie movies experiencing a fatigue or a renaissance?
“Endzeit is a mashup of a zombie horror movie, a road movie and a buddy movie and also a German fairy-tale. It’s about two young women who are mismatched and embarking on a journey”
Where we chat all things #SydFilmFest, trends & late announcements with Sydney Film Festival Director Nashen Moodley & preview flicks premiering over the coming few days
A British gun for hire, a wedding, a less than willing bride and a mysterious stranger. What could possibly go wrong? Well, ‘The Wedding Guest’
That which we do garner from these intimate portraits in their depiction of that so affecting our subjects’ lives is moving and, due in no small part to each of the leads’ willingness to share and be so open, roundly impacting
PJ Harvey wasn’t up for recording a regular album, so she took it on the road
A near-futurist neon-dystopian theological Brazilian sex-sci-fi isn’t what you’d normally come across at the cinema, but that’s why we have Film Festivals
Above and beyond all else beautifully shot, the sequences in each of the four locations are rendered stunningly as the lens drifts over landscapes or hovers on daily routines or else
The title tells you everything you need to know
It’s rare you see a newcomer with such star power but then there’s The Best of Dorien B.
Where we chat all things #SydFilmFest with Documentary Program Co-ordinator Jenny Neighbour, Guess Why They Call It The Blues and fight about Aladdin till we’re blue in the face
Four South African twenty-somethings of diverse racial backgrounds go on a camping trip into the country. Shot on a set of iPhones and largely improvised, they awake one morning to find they’ve switched bodies
Weird, searing, strange and wonderful – the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival has launched their 2019 slate! This year’s run features among many entries the story of Marc Hauser (above) who dearly wants to be the […]
Where we fight about what we’re seeing and what you should see at the Sydney Film Festival and whether democracy will ever come to Westeros
Casting matters. So does chemistry
tinging like a bee, Float Like A Butterfly lands every hook we’ve come to expect from boxing flicks, while unlike almost any that’s made it to the big screen