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.
This year a handful of feature documentaries had their major release online. We take a look at five of the best these.
We look at the state of straight to video releases in Australia this year and reflect on the regressive attitudes of certain distributors in this field.
Across four terrific feature film scores, 2015 marks the greatest period of Michael Giacchino’s career to date.
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.
We look at some of the films that year that didn’t get the audience they deserved, a series of underseen gems that managed to get a run in Australian cinemas.
Our end of year poll sees 11 of our writers vote on the best films released theatrically in Australia in 2014, as well as a whole host of other categories ranging from acting to editing and production design.
We continue our Year in Review coverage with a look at the best home video releases, from massive box sets to meticulously crafted individual releases.
In continuing 2014 in Review, we look back at some of the best film festivals and festival features that were on show this year.