Tag Archive: movie

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 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.

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.

Review: The Untamed at Sydney Film Festival

Amat Escalante’s The Untamed does not hold back in its portrayal of sex as something that evokes both fear and curiosity.

Film Review: 20th Century Women

20th Century Women explores the nature of what it means to grow up amongst cultural change, where conflicting ideologies surface.

Film review: Things to Come

Mia Hansen-Løve’s ‘Things to Come’ reassures us that the opportunity of reinventing oneself is all about perspective.