By Laura Neill
‘Out-of-date and ludicrous’ red tape is strangling Sydney’s creative sectors, according to a new report authored by Sydney Fringe Festival (SFF) director … Read more
The 64th Sydney Film Festival is more than just whirlwind premieres, red-carpet openings and international guests for Sydneysiders to indulge in. There is also an … Read more
Paris is Still Burning.
In 1990 the indie doco known as Paris is Burning, directed by Jennie Livingston, premiered. It chronicles the ballroom dance … Read more
This low-budget Australian road-trip film surrounds a dying cab-driver called Rex who drives 3,000 km from Broken Hill to Darwin, hoping to take advantage of … Read more
The Sydney Film Festival promises to be bigger and better this year, screening 183 films, shorts and documentaries from 47 countries, of which 122 are … Read more
Eastern Boys is a controversial new film from France which will intimidate and unnerve audiences.
When middle-age Daniel (Olivier Rabourdin) invites a young male prostitute … Read more
Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter is a drama which explores the ideal that obsession can lead to disillusionment and a slow path to self destruction.
Kumiko … Read more
by Samantha Jonscher
Sydney Film Festival (SFF) director Nashen Moodley believes that there is something transformative about sitting in a darkened room with 500 strangers … Read more
This fascinating documentary is about an Australian drug and alcohol counsellor called Ronan who, along with three others who’ve finished their rehabilitation program, undertake an … Read more
Now in its 60th year, the 2013 Sydney Film Festival is set to be the best so far. Festival Director Nashen Moodley has some exciting … Read more