Leigh Whannell's fictional dystopia attempts to devise new and interesting ideas in the saturated genre.
It was a thrilling night of sweet symphonic sounds, performed at the Conservatorium.
Banned in its home country, Rafiki is both daring and sweet in its earnest, colourful depiction of a lesbian teen romance.
Steve Jaggi's independent film provides a glimpse into the lives of Bondi millennials slowly coming to terms with their own mediocrity.
BarberSoc's Semester 1 showcase was a tonal success
Take a trip back to primary school with these fabulous wom*n
The USyd comedy group served up laughs galore at the Sydney Comedy Festival
Prepare to dive into the zany, seductive and sidesplittingly satirical world of the Upside Down.
Sam Shepard’s macabre exploration of the American Dream plays in The Cellar Theatre
Love, Simon is this year's imperfect piece of queer cinema.