Category Archive: Film

Film Review: In Transit is beautiful and intimate

In Transit is a film which documents the ordinary in a way that is both beautiful and intimate. It’s an inviting watch containing a simple premise.


Curator Richard Sowada talks Essential Indies

Addy Fong talks to the curator of “Essential Independents: American Cinema, Now” festival, Richard Sowada, about what’s in store for us.


The lowdown on Sydney Film Festival 2016

Get cosy under the dimmed lights and fall under the magical spell of cinema as you experience new worlds and new perspectives.


The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival – Sydney

The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival is returning to Sydney from Tuesday 24 May and bringing with it a powerful programme of movies.


Film review: Florence Foster Jenkins

Florence Foster Jenkins is a film which makes you realise that it doesn’t matter if you are more or less talented then those around you.


Getting To Know Mary Neely

LA-based writer, actress and filmmaker Mary Neely talks to us about catastrophic events, gaming and her weird obsession with Friends.


Essential Independents Film Festival Giveaway!

We’re excited to be giving away double passes to the Essential Independents: American Cinema, Now festival. try your luck here.


Film Review: Eye in the Sky

Eye in the Sky explores the newfound mundanity and shifting political concerns of murder in the detached world of drone warfare.


Spotlight hits home screens in May

The revelation of truth is always shocking, especially when it involves the systematic cover-up of the sexual abuse of children by priests.


Interview: Lisa Langseth wants to do it all

Director Lisa Langseth talks about her creative process, her next movie and about working with Alicia Vikander and Anna Bjelkerud.


Lee Scratch Perry’s Vision of Paradise

Lee Scratch Perry has just reached the grand old age of 80 and to celebrate, a film following the last 15 years of his life is being released.


Film Review: Rams is full of pathos

We know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking how good it would be to go and see a film about sheep farming in rural Iceland.