For the Mardi Gras Film Festival, the erasure of the human subject is a liberatory act of universalising the queer experience
The early days of film appreciation at Sydney University led to the birth of the Sydney Film Festival and even aroused suspicions from ASIO.
The film festival digs deeper to unearth the weird and wonderful of up and coming cinema.
A powerful exploration of how we comprehend suicide
Eliza Bicego checks in on what Margaret Pomeranz is up to in her post ‘At the Movies’ life.
Anna Egerton and Freya Newman review another offering from the Mardi Gras film festival, She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry.