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.
The Grab Bag is our way of collecting together some of our favourite moments and elements from films in 2015, from musical scores to performances.
Our contributors offer up their favourite films of the year, an eclectic collection of box office hits and festival favourites.
To kick off our end of year coverage we look at three decades-old films that finally had their Australian premieres at festivals in 2015.
A group of 4:3 contributors sit down to discuss VDB TV’s curated selection of video art shorts, FEELINGS.
As part of Halloween Week this year we asked our contributors to recommend films for readers to watch on Halloween, with this eclectic set of films running the gamut from slasher sequels to avant-garde art.
We wrap up our extensive coverage of the 2015 Melbourne International Film Festival with some awards and a handy indexed list of our interviews and reviews.