When brothers Ian and Ben return to Sydney for their Father’s 75th birthday in David Williamson’s When Dad Married Fury, they come home to … Read more
Film festivals don’t just exhibit films. It’s not just about watching a film; it’s about the experience of cinema. When you think of traditional forms … Read more
For centuries Bordeaux’s vineyards have been considered the finest in the world. As a sign of decadence and wealth, the wine they produce is high … Read more
It sounds like something from a 1950’s sci-fi horror film – Invisible Woman Syndrome, but it’s something that many older women recognise and has gained … Read more
Now in it’s tenth year, the Russian Resurrection Film Festival opens in Sydney during July. The festival has earned an infamous reputation with extravagant opening … Read more
In The House catches completely by surprise and it only serves to contribute to the adoration of it.
A literature teacher, Germain, recognises the writing … Read more
The messy aftermath of the political revolution of Egypt is played out in After the Battle the Arab Film Festival’s opening night film. Directed by … Read more