In time for its limited release Imogen Gardam speaks with director Stephen Page about SPEAR, the stunning filmic adaptation of a Bangarra Dance Theatre performance.
Christopher McQuarrie’s contribution to the MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE franchise, ROGUE NATION, offers a surprisingly self-reflexive yet authentic take on the genre.
More than just a stripper movie, Magic Mike XXL proves once again the team’s ability to go beyond the premise while never losing the sense of fun and pleasure in what they do.
Pete Docter’s Inside Out offers a mature and nuanced take on human emotion that, combined with high stakes and sweeping adventure, will leave children and adults alike sniffling and elated.
We spoke to co-producers Jan Chapman and Nicole O’Donohue about their work on THE DAUGHTER, the current production landscape in Australia, and transitioning from shorts to features.
We spoke to director Ramin Bahrani about his latest film, 99 HOMES, character relationships and working within a given genre.
For what could have been a gimmick, Mr Holmes is a satisfying adventure in growing old.
Following the world premiere of Simon Stone’s THE DAUGHTER, we spoke to him about his film and transitioning from stage to screen.
Essentially a 104 minute episode of Entourage, Doug Ellin’s filmic sequel loses the television series’ satirical bent and becomes a self-congratulatory trudge.
Jeremy Sims’ adaptation of Reg Cribb’s titular stage play is a touching and affecting study in human relationships.