Ivan Čerečina reflects on the four nights of ‘The Language of the Image’ screenings at the National Gallery of Victoria, which brought together experimental film works from Gregory J. Markopoulos and Corinne and Arthur Cantrell.
In our annual Staff Picks piece we dive deep into the Sydney Film Festival program, offering up an eclectic array of films that we think you should seek out in early June.
A recent screening series held in Brisbane reflected on issues of surveillance and reportage with a pinpoint contemporaneity.
To wrap up our year-end coverage, some of our contributors look back on the best films of 2017.
The editors of 4:3 present a selection of their favourite reviews and features that were published this year.
To kick off our year-end coverage, we look back on some of our favourite interviews of 2017.
For the first piece in our Clip Art series, Luke Goodsell writes on Michael Jackson’s “Ghosts”, a thrilling and sinister work that showcases the artist at his most complex and culturally engaged.
In the wake of Terminator 2’s digital return to theatres, Frazer Bull-Clark examines the legacy of James Cameron’s classic blockbuster — and how its analogue craftsmanship has endured over time.
In this feature piece, C.J. Prince writes on some of the highlights in this year’s Short Cuts programme at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Kai Perrignon writes on the kinship shared by Kenzo Okuzaki and David Crowley, published in partnership with Melbourne International Film Festival’s Critics Campus program.