This was the play that established Arthur Miller as a voice to be listened to in American theatre.
Set in 1947 in a small mid-west … Read more
J.R.R Tolkien was an English writer, poet and philologist whose works The Hobbit and The Lord Of The Rings became two of the most read … Read more
Stringent cultural traditions are challenged in this award-winning feminist satire from Macedonia, which is based on true events and in official competition at the Sydney … Read more
The Secret Life of Pets 2 is the second instalment in the high energy, witty, pun-filled franchise peering into what a group of pets get … Read more
What drives a person to commit an act of treason? For Physics student Joan (Sophie Cookson), it begins at Cambridge in the 1930s where the … Read more
Lovers of foreign art house cinema should be completely absorbed and even entranced by this bizarre award-winning dramatic offering from Italy, which was written and … Read more
This is a sweet, charming, predictable but likeable Italian romcom with a slight twist (the title is the giveaway).
Antonio (Cristiano Caccamo) lives with his … Read more
You always have to question whether Hollywood has lost its grasp on creativity and originality, especially when they bring out a sequel five years after … Read more
The land of Gaul and the land of Aus are oceans apart in culture, customs and, ideologies. A bunch of old Druids, wise elders looking … Read more
Following the phenomenal success of the Freddie Mercury/Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, a further array of films of this genre can be expected to showcase … Read more