Olivia Martin-McGuire’s documentary explores modern China through the lens of its pre-wedding photography industry.
It’s no small job keeping the internet clean.
Leigh Whannell's fictional dystopia attempts to devise new and interesting ideas in the saturated genre.
Amy Adrion’s documentary prioritises the female perspective and shines a light on gender discrimination in the film industry.
Chilean director Sebastián Lelio explores a secret lesbian relationship in an Orthodox Jewish community.
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.
The director of upcoming film, Ali’s Wedding, talks about growing up a child-actor, and making Australia’s first Muslim rom-com.
Honi talks to Dutch filmmaker Arash Kamali Sarvestani and Manus detainee Behrouz Boochani who secretly filmed a feature length documentary about life in detention.
Has there ever been a positive father film?