Tag Archive: film

Review: Paddington 2 is wonderful

The bear is back. I repeat the bear is back. Donning his red hat and blue duffle coat is the infamous Paddington Brown.

Crossing The Screen International Film Festival

Crossing The Screen International Film Festival returns for its second outing this November.

Review: Home Again is about nothing

Samantha Dickson checked out Reese Witherspoon’s latest offering. Safe to say, she wishes she hadn’t bothered.

Film review: The Map Against the World

The Korean Film Festival in Australia (Koffia) is currently taking place. Addy Fong checked out The Map Against the World.

Film review: The Merciless at Koffia

The Korean Film Festival in Australia (Koffia) is currently taking place. Addy Fong checked out The Merciless.

Film Review: The World of Us at Koffia

The Korean Film Festival in Australia is back for its eighth outing! We sent Addy Fong along to the opening night.

Film Review: Terminator 2 Judgment Day 3D

James Cameron’s 4k restoration of Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D breathes life into a film whose rerelease celebrates its 25th anniversary.

Getting to Know Daisy Aitkens

Daisy Aitkens is the writer/director of British comedy film ‘You, Me and Him’. We asked her to tell us about herself.

Review: Madame at Sydney Film Festival

We were at the World Premiere of Madame, at Sydney Film Festival. Here’s Addy Fong’s review and pictures from the night.

Review: Happy End at Sydney Film Festival

Michael Hanake’s Happy End is not a happy film, presenting to a us quite bleak observations on the life of a family living in Calais.

Some Like It Queer: a film festival

This summer, in the spirit of Pride, The Barge House in London is hosting a film festival celebrating different aspects of queer culture.

Film Review: The Other Side of Hope

Unfortunately, the reality is that the comedic licence expressed by The Other Side of Hope is hauntingly close to the truth.