Our contributors offer up their picks for the best films to see at this year’s Melbourne International Film Festival.
In our fifth look at the Field of Vision Series, Jake Moody and Lidiya Josifova write on two linked shorts by Heloísa Passos.
We wrap up our extensive coverage of the 2016 Sydney Film Festival with some awards and a handy indexed list of our interviews and reviews.
This year’s Sydney Film Festival is once again packed full of interesting films, both international hits and hidden gems. In this Staff Picks piece, our writing team goes through the program and picks out some of the films they are most excited to see.
This morning festival director Nashen Moodley unveiled the 2016 Sydney Film Festival program, featuring a compelling Official Competition and unique sidebars.
A group of 4:3 contributors sit down to discuss VDB TV’s latest curated selection of video art shorts, American Psycho(drama): Sigmund Freud vs. Henry Ford.
For the third piece in our short run series on the documentary work done under The Intercept’s Field of Vision banner, Dominic Barlow looks at “Like” and Conor Bateman writes on “Speaking is Difficult”.
For the second piece in our short run series on the documentary work done under The Intercept’s Field of Vision banner, Matilda Surtees looks at “Peace in the Valley” and Jaymes Durante writes on “Concerned Student 1950”.
For the first piece in our short run series on the documentary work done under The Intercept’s Field of Vision banner, Jake Moody looks at “God is an Artist” and Dominic Barlow writes on “Homeland Is Not a Series”.
The first 26 teaser films for the 2016 Sydney Film Festival were announced this morning, an eclectic collection of features and documentaries which help to form a clearer programming picture for the 63rd festival.