Minari is an intimate story of a family's struggles in an unfamiliar environment.
The Beach Bum is a hazy, meandering portrait of bohemian hedonism
Alice is a poignant reflection on family, loyalty, and betrayal
Rudeboy dives deep on the history of one of Britain's most iconic record labels
Sword of Trust knows you’ll believe whatever it tells you
Tokyo Vampire Hotel is cinema as pure spectacle and blithe sensation.
Banned in its home country, Rafiki is both daring and sweet in its earnest, colourful depiction of a lesbian teen romance.
Anna Egerton and Freya Newman review another offering from the Mardi Gras film festival, She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry.
Anna Egerton reviews a film about homosexual relationships in Kenya.
Cameron Caccamo watched Citizenfour in Canberra with over 20 Members of Parliament. Last year, Attorney-General George Brandis introduced legislation to Parliament which, if passed, would require telecom companies to retain metadata for two years. Last week, in the 100-seat Parliament House theatre located just next door, politicians and journalists gathered to watch an advance screening…