Eleanor Coppola’s fiction film debut tackles hard-hitting issues such as spontaneous vacations through France, eating lovely food, and generally having a pleasant time.
Stage adaptation Una’s treatment of the high-impact issue of sexual abuse is thematically compelling and well performed, but how well does it survive the transition from stage to screen?
Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman pulls off a difficult balancing act, and does so with a lot of heart.
The latest addition to the “I Am” series commemorates the life of Heath Ledger, from his unseen artistic ambitions to his influence on the lives of those around him.
With the limited cinema release of I Am Heath Ledger, co-director Derik Murray talks with Richard Houlihan about the wonders and challenges of creating the documentary.
Australia’s cult dance TV series survives the journey to the big screen by sticking to its strengths and telling a story that feels genuine and measured.
David Stratton – Australian film critic, finds himself the subject of the very medium he critiques. Does it work? Richard Houlihan reviews ‘David Stratton: A Cinematic Life’.