The sequel to 2011’s A Few Best Men quintessentially demonstrates the extreme level of difficulty in maintaining freshness and hilarity in a comedy.
The film … Read more
In light of current American politics, it would be almost too easy to stay clear of Miss Sloane. Centred around the US’s gun laws … Read more
Set in Sydney’s western suburbs in 2001, this film is inspired by the life of director Guido Gonzalez who came to Australia as a refugee … Read more
This year’s Mardi Gras film festival presents a complex look at what it means to be gay.
From February 19th till March 5th… Read more
Father James (Brendan Gleeson) is a ‘good priest’, striving for decency on the margins of the world, on Ireland’s west coast. His parishioners present daily … Read more
Sydney’s tallest residential tower will house a $25 million dance, theatre, music, film and visual arts facilities in a deal between the City of Sydney … Read more
Picking up his phone, 16-year-old Savas Aragon is buzzing with excitement. As one of nine finalists in the REELise film festival, his movie Hold On … Read more
The Australian government’s recent decision to censor an American film containing six minutes of gay sex scenes has been condemned by filmmakers, free speech … Read more
Wadjda (Waad Mohammed) is a 10-year-old tomboy growing up in the Saudi capital. She enjoys pop music, wears Converse and dreams of owning a bicycle.… Read more
This year, the Mardi Gras Film Festival celebrates 21 years of keeping Sydney screens queer, and festival director Paul Struthers promises the biggest and “best … Read more