This is the festival’s 10th anniversary in Australia which also celebrates 100 years of Korean filmmaking with an excellent program of 22 films.
“Korean … Read more
A Dog’s Journey, directed by Gail Mancuso, is a picture book corn-fed, country style, feel-good movie with a difference.
Yes, it’s the story of … Read more
As the title of Quintin Tarantino’s ‘penultimate’ film suggests this is an endearing warped fairytale story of Tinseltown. Blending fact and fiction Once Upon a … Read more
Blinded By The Light, directed by Gurinder Chadha, is described as a, ‘feel hood film’ and, that is exactly how it should be described. … Read more
Set in Vietnam in 1966, this ambitious Australian war film examines the events leading up to 108 Australian and New Zealand soldiers triumphantly battling over … Read more
The script probably could have used just one more pass to tidy up some loose threads, but overall, this is a very enjoyable, refreshingly female-led … Read more
A cautionary tale lies crystal clear beneath this seductively intriguing French tale of catfish, as a 50-year-old woman tries to lure a much younger man … Read more
Written, directed, co-produced, and starring Emilio Estevez, this is a situational drama that feels like it’s based on a true story – it isn’t, although … Read more
When the question is asked: “Why aren’t there any great female [enter profession] in history?” the answer is usually “because they have been written out!”… Read more
This inspiring British biopic set in 1961 is based on the true-life events which led to the defection of ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev from the … Read more