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.
Reflecting on Women in Horror Month, Kate Robertson speaks with authors Alexandra Heller Nicholas and Emma Westwood about the gender politics of Dario Argento, found footage cinema, the ‘Final Girl’ and more.
A group of 4:3 contributors sit down to discuss VDB TV’s curated selection of video art shorts, FEELINGS.
Three of our editors discuss the Sydney Film Festival’s official competition entries in the wake of ARABIAN NIGHTS’ victory.
In anticipation of the release of FURIOUS 7 this week, in this roundtable three of our writers talk about the Fast and the Furious franchise as a whole, expectations for the seventh film and rank all the films so far.
Earlier last month we headed down to the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) to see all that was on offer. Here we discuss the highs, the lows as well as our general thoughts on the festival.
Now that the 61st Sydney Film Festival has drawn to a close, we look back at the festival as a whole.
An American experimental filmmaker, James Benning has made engaging and challenging works of cinema for over 30 years, playing with form and time. This years Sydney Film Festival held a miniature retrospective of his work, programmed by Double Play director Gabe Klinger.
In our Sydney Film Festival Official Competition Roundtable for 2014, we have gathered a handful of writers to discuss each of the twelve features and give their picks for the Sydney Film Prize.
Recent releases Blue is the Warmest Color, Nymphomaniac and Young & Beautiful all devote a lot of screentime to the exploration of sex but it begs the question – how well-equipped are male directors to deal with such intimate depictions of female sexuality?