We sat down with Andrew Martin, star of Canadian film FIRE SONG, to discuss his experiences making the film and the importance of autonomous indigenous stories in cinema.
We sat down with Nneka Onuorah, the director of the documentary THE SAME DIFFERENCE, to discuss filmmaking as activism, gender in the black lesbian community, masculinity and power.
We sat down with director Christina Zeidler to chat about the process of filmmaking, cities, sexuality and her latest work, PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL MONOGAMIST.
Ahead of the screening of THE ROYAL ROAD at Golden Age Cinema in Sydney we speak to director Jenni Olson about her film and relationship with the city of San Francisco.
Jamie Babbit’s latest feature fails to land, an underwhelming comedy that brings some fresh ideas to the table but fails to deliver on their promise.
Fina Torres’s latest feature is a sweet, if slightly heavy handed, look at a blossoming romance, grief and legacy, holding strength in its analysis of queer relationships.
Randall Wright’s study of the life of artist David Hockney spruiks moments of sophistication, but is unfortunately far too safe for its own good, especially considering its central subject.
HOW TO WIN AT CHECKERS (EVERY TIME) is a confronting and heartfelt look at class divisions, sexuality, and the political sphere in Thailand; particularly focusing in the intersection they share.
THANATOS DRUNK is a poignant look at the intricacies of Taipei’s social sphere, surveying the city by night.
Ahead of its Mardi Gras Film Festival screening, Dominic Barlow spoke to Lynn-Maree Milburn, co-director of ECCO HOMO, and Maya Gnyp, her producer, about the film and their careers as a whole.