Category Archive: Film

Adjust your margins with GFEST 2016

An annual platform for LGBTQI artists and organisations, the 9th GFEST – Gaywise FESTival is heading to London this November.

Film Review: Brothers is effortless to watch

Filmed over the course of eight years, director Aslaug Holm documents the development of her two sons from childhood to adolescence.

British Film Festival Ticket Giveaway

The BBC First British Film Festival is heading back to Australia and, excitingly, we have five double passes to give away.

Film Review: The Islands and the Whales

The Islands and the Whales is a documentary which tells of the conflict between man and whale, between hunter and hunted.

Film Review: Mother With a Gun

Mother with a Gun screens at Antenna Documentary Film Festival. We give it look in advance.

Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Is Tim Burton’s film adaptation of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children any good?

Film review: The Sea of Trees

Directed by Gus Van Sant, The Sea of Trees explores the self by portraying an individual’s experience with mental illness.

Film review: LoveTrue needs to be seen

Alma Har’el, the filmmaker behind LoveTrue builds such trust with her subjects. They throw themselves into such a vulnerable position.

Getting to know Paulina Singer

Paulina Singer stars in Dead of Summer and focuses on issues that will have a lasting impact on society. She tells us about herself.

Movie Review: Land of Mine

Land of Mine tells the story of a group of German boys made prisoners of war after Germany’s 1945 surrender and sent to Denmark.

Home release review: Eye in the Sky

It takes a village to bomb a child. ‘Eye in the Sky’ is available on home release this month, so Riley James gives it the once over.

Film Review: Gods of Egypt

Gods of Egypt is a visual feast, with an array of gods played by well-known Hollywood actors paraded throughout.