Anurag Kashyap’s PSYCHO RAMAN (RAMAN RAGHAV 2.0) is as equally disturbing and violently uncouth as it is undoubtedly brilliant.
Lewis Klahr revels in the popular visual iconography of 1950s and 60s America, creating a moving personal engagement with an archive of images.
The latest feature from Ghost Pictures expertly documents the life and influences of one of Australia’s most influential larger than life personalities.
Bangarra Dance Theatre Artistic Director Stephen Page’s debut feature Spear is a spellbinding, beguiling cinematic spectacle, writes Eloise Grills.
The clarity of what TA’ANG wants to be as a film – and the degree to which it achieves this – results in one of Wang Bing’s most memorable and impressive works to date.
Andrew Haigh’s latest feature is a profoundly moving film about memory, tragedy and regret taking its toll on a decades-long marriage.
Rick Alverson’s latest feature is a magnificent realisation of Gregg Turkington’s Neil Hamburger persona as well as an accomplished project in its own right.
MUSTANG is a revealing fable that conveys its message through substance, subtlety and honestly.
Ioanis Nuguet’s documentary is a wonderful film marked by formal experimentation, intimacy, and consultation with his subjects.
Meghna Gulzar’s TALVAR is a triumph: a complex and layered examination of a notorious murder investigation with an intelligent script and strong lead performances.