If Crazy Rich Asians walked so Minari could run, The Quiet Migration is leisurely pacing on a different road and microdosing LSD.
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At the Sydney Film Festival, guest Jane Campion introduced the documentary directed by Julie Bertuccelli recounting Campion’s creative journey and her navigation of “trouble”, “secrets”, plus the highs and lows of the film industry.
A man finds himself drawn to the Pretty Red Dress that hangs on the back of his bedroom door.
Out of the 25 million people in Australia, the Greater Western Sydney region is home to 2.5 million people. Here Out West seeks to tell their story.
An underwater fairytale.
The early days of film appreciation at Sydney University led to the birth of the Sydney Film Festival and even aroused suspicions from ASIO.
Another Round is an alcohol-fuelled dark comedy.
High Ground highlights Australia’s history of injustice with a necessary harshness.
Minari is an intimate story of a family’s struggles in an unfamiliar environment.
Banned in its home country, Rafiki is both daring and sweet in its earnest, colourful depiction of a lesbian teen romance.