A challenging and intense thriller, David Barker’s feature film debut ‘Pimped’ tackles rich issues surrounding identity and masculinity without pulling its punches.
A vivid tale of nature, love and memory, Storm Boy does its source material justice without treading on the toes of the 1976 adaptation.
Based on the memoir by Garrad Conley and adapted for the screen by Aussie filmmaker Joel Edgerton, Boy Erased exposes the insidious and harmful practice of gay conversion therapy with an ensemble of seasoned and new actors. Owen reviews.
The Brisbane International Film Festival kicks off with Celeste, a moody drama set in the heart of the stunning rainforests of far north Queensland.
Harmony: The Five Frequencies Saga, Part I is the first entry in a planned five-part film series. Will it live up to its franchise ambitions, or is it destined to remain a standalone venture?
Matthew Lind went to see a movie that he was told was going to be about wine, but turned out to be about (ugh) people. Why does he always get the movies with people in them? Hey, it was an Australian comedy starring Eddie Izzard though.
The Spierig Brothers’ latest venture into heavily-traveled genre territory – this time, supernatural horror – yields a watchable film that gets lost in the formula.
Sweet Country certainly lives up to its name, though its awe-inspiring depiction of the Australian outback is inseparable from the harsh story told alongside it.
A love story at heart, Ali’s Wedding navigates issues of race, religion and culture with vibrancy and humour.
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.