In portraying the working conditions of Myanmar expats, the latest feature from Taiwanese director Midi Z ascends past industrial sterility.
With a novel but perfunctory story starring Dave Franco and Emma Roberts, the directors of CATFISH continue their fascination with new media.
LOVESONG is an intriguing and subtle friendship drama from veteran independent director So Yong Kim.
Ahead of the Brisbane Queer Film Festival, which opens later this week, Jesse Thompson spoke to festival curator Shannon King about the program.
LOOKING FOR GRACE is a film that leaves the audience asking too many questions at the expense of being a more coherent work.
Naomi Kawase’s AN comes out more lilting than outright boring – in part because its formula is thrown off-course by ambiguity.
Zhang Miaoyan’s masterfully shot A CORNER OF HEAVEN is a demanding watch but ultimately a rewarding one.
We take a look at the full line-up for the 2015 edition of the Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival, which was announced earlier this week.
Antonio Augugliaro’s documentary tackles an important issue but is hampered by an uncomfortable level of artifice and whimsy.
Working with the melodramatic stylings of filmmakers like Sirk, van Sant and Kar-wai, Quebecois wunderkind Xavier Dolan has crafted an assured aesthetic style throughout his filmography, culminating with his latest, MOMMY.