Young Adelaide filmmaker Henry Thong has just finished high school, but already his short films have been drawing international, prize-winning attention.
Acclaimed Adelaide films 52 Tuesdays and The Babadook have received multiple nominations for the 4th annual AACTA (Australian Academy of Cinema, Television and the Arts) Awards.
There are some truly engrossing scenes in Erik Poppe’s A Thousand Times Goodnight. I’ll leave it to you, dear reader, to decide which.
James Napier Robertson’s factual-based drama looks like it might slip into the clichés of the ‘inspiring teacher’ sub-genre (think Stand and Deliver, Dangerous Minds and the like), but the difference…
Bob Saginowski (Tom Hardy) can’t decide whether to name an injured Pit Bull he rescues Rocco or Mike.
Rising Adelaide actor Harrison Gilbertson discusses his latest film My Mistress and working with Scott Hicks on the upcoming young adult blockbuster Fallen.
Swedish writer/director Ruben Östlund’s subtle but intensely powerful drama sometimes feels like a Nordic Noir or even, at times, some kind of existentialist horror comedy – and yet no one…
Awash with buckets of blood, sweat and tears, Whiplash is a visceral vision of the quest for artistic perfection.
Drawn from sadly forgotten fact by scripter Stephen Beresford and director Matthew Warchus, Pride has its audience-pleasing contrivances and the vaguest hint of cheese, and yet, nonetheless, it is fine…
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