The newest Marvel adventure might have unusual visuals, but it entertains more through its traditional fantasy story and sense of humour.
We spoke to director Sonia Kennebeck about the challenges of shooting her intimate feature debut on America’s drone warfare in the Middle East.
We speak to Oscar-winning director Michaël Dudok de Wit about his feature debut, collaborating with Studio Ghibli and finding the film’s identity.
The latest live-action remake by Disney is a heartfelt tale with a strong sense of place, thanks to accomplished work by indie director David Lowery.
We speak to Ben Ferris, director of 57 LAWSON and the Sydney Film School, about melding documentary with fiction and creating an egalitarian history of the city.
With emotional interviews and smart use of historical materials, Marcia Tambutti Allende’s award-winning documentary is a tender study of her Chilean-presidential grandfather and the impact he has left on his surviving family.
Ahead of the launch of the 11th Sydney Latin American Film Festival, we spoke to programmer Gisselle Gallego about the films on offer and the Latin American cinema landscape.
We spoke to Roger Ross Williams, Academy Governor for Documentary, about the making of his new feature LIFE, ANIMATED, his past work in journalism and his ambitions for documentary filmmaking.
The full program for SUFF 2016 has been revealed, and it boasts all the smut, strangeness and eclecticism that attendees has come to expect.
Abe Forsythe’s Cronulla Riots comedy is a lot of empty provocation, a limp and populist work of social satire more toothless than edgy.