Ivan’s Sen’s GOLDSTONE is a triumphant, flawed follow-up to MYSTERY ROAD, held together by a distinctive visual style and a great Aaron Pedersen performance.
Paolo Sorrentino follows up his Oscar-winning THE GREAT BEAUTY with the platitudinous and disappointing YOUTH.
Four of special effects titan Ray Harryhausen’s films come to Blu-ray, bringing the unique fun and artistry of his work with faithful transfers and a load of special features.
Ahead of the ninth Sydney Underground Film Festival, we sit down with Festival and Program Director Stefan Popescu to talk this year’s slate
Ahead of Indie Gems Film Festival (11-13 September), we sit down with Festival Director John L. Simpson.
LISTEN TO ME MARLON is a skilfully made documentary, often an illuminative – if not revelatory – portrait of the legendary actor.
RYUZO AND HIS SEVEN HENCHMEN is a departure from Takeshi Kitano’s strongest work, but ultimately an enjoyable, broad comedy.
LA SAPIENZA is a frustrating mash-up of influences, and unclear whether it is an attempt at sincerity or a failed parody.
Lav Diaz’s latest, STORM CHILDREN: BOOK ONE is a stunning portrait of a country in the aftermath of a natural disaster, and full of its own moments of wordless poetry and beauty
Franco Maresco’s film is a disappointing mockumentary looking at the connections Silvio Berlusconi had in Sicily, and while it’s funny at points, it’s lacking the insight or outrage such a project needs.