Upstream Colour is a rare, and paradoxical, example of a film that makes complete sense in of itself, but is impossible to summate.
Sam Murray read the book and watched the movie
The Sydney Film Festival (SFF) celebrates its 60th birthday this year. New efforts to celebrate and document the history of one of Sydney’s most important cultural institutions reveal that a significant part of its history is inextricably linked with that of our own university. In a city with extremely limited opportunities for revival screenings of…
Walter Salles’ adaptation of the Beat Generation classic didn’t outshine the book…even if this reviewer hasn’t read it.
Swa Kaushik is touched by the intouchable.
If you’re reading this there’s a good chance that you’re a criminal. At the risk of generalising, we are a generation of benign thieves. We steal as if there was nothing illegal about it. Hidden behind a desk and a monitor, otherwise law abiding Australians knowingly steal when it comes to streaming our favourite TV…
Chiselled abs and slick moves were not enough to impress Nathan Olivieri.
As the biggest event in world cinema comes to a close, Brad Mariano stops to chronicle the sights, sounds, and successes of this year’s Cannes film festival.
Absolutely nothing in moderation, except of course the true spirit of Hunter S. Thompson, writes Richard Withers