American Animals giveaway

September 15, 2018
Nobody wants to be ordinary From Bart Layton (The Imposter) and starring Evan Peters (The X-Men Series), Barry Keoghan (Dunkirk, The Killing of the Sacred Deer) and Anne Dowd (The Handmaid’s Tale) comes the extraordinary […]

Local cinemas this week

September 6, 2018
Two outstanding docos, two amazing men… McQueen There’s a such an incredible wealth of details in this exhaustive, (exhausting!) portrait of Lee Alexander McQueen, the prodigiously talented British fashion designer who hung himself at the age of […]

Film festival favourites

September 5, 2018
No less than six films from the Sydney Film Festival are arriving on our local screens this week. Some may be hard to find, but you really should make an effort to seek out these […]

The Miseducation of Cameron Post giveaway

August 29, 2018
Winner of the Sundance Grand Jury Prize, Desiree Akhavan’s new feature stars Chloë Grace Moretz in a career-best performance as a young teen sent to a gay conversion therapy camp. Recently orphaned, Cameron looks the […]

Local cinemas this week

August 23, 2018
Movie of the week: Leave No Trace Maybe it’s an indictment on the state of art-house programming – or something else (have you noticed how they’ve been all desperately discounting?) but this week’s only high-quality […]

Local cinemas this week

August 7, 2018
Movie of the week: On Chesil Beach Ian McEwan’s Booker-nominated short novel was always going to be tough one to bring to the screen, but this adaption by theatre director Dominic Cooke seems to have […]

Kiwis do it better

July 28, 2018
The Breaker Upperers It’s official, at least according to ABC’s film critic Jason Di Rosso, NZ does comedy better than Australia! He announced that when chatting with Fran Kelly on RN the other morning, and well Jason, […]

Local cinemas this week

July 13, 2018
An Iranian drama that soars, and hokum high in the sky No Date, No Signature Outside of the Film Festival, very few Iranian films ever manage to find arthouse screens in Sydney. In the last […]

Local cinemas this week

July 4, 2018
An under-rated literary biopic, a movie to raise your glasses to, and one to avoid Mary Shelley Saudi filmmaker Haifaa Al Mansour’s Wadja (about a young girl desperate to own a bicycle she’s forbidden to […]

Local cinemas this week

June 21, 2018
Ideal Home Right on cue, the predictable dull thud of leaden identity-politics announces its verdict: Ideal Home is “anti-gay” for pandering to outdated queer stereotypes. That’s because its lead character Erasmus (Steve Coogan) is an outrageously flamboyant, […]
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