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Review: Hitchcock/Truffaut & Dial M for Murder

The 1966 book Hitchcock/Truffaut was as intriguing and exciting a read as its title suggested. Based on Francois Truffaut’s 8-day interview with Alfred […]


Review: Green Room

Green Room is the latest film by Jeremy Saulnier, an American filmmaker whose two previous films, Murder Party (2007) and Blue Ruin (2013), both explore and analyse […]


Review: Only Yesterday

Review by Ebony Beaton Studio Ghibli’s lesser known film Only Yesterday is this year celebrating it’s 25th anniversary and is being re-released in Australia. Only […]


Review: Florence Foster Jenkins

The story of Florence Foster Jenkins is a timeless one, of passion, determination, and total obliviousness to the realities of the world. […]



Earlier this week, Christian attended the media screening and panel discussion of  documentary CHEMSEX. exclusive to CINEMA NOVA – the documentary will be […]


Review & Discussion: Labyrinth of Lies

Christian reviews Labyrinth of Lies, a German film that won Best Film at the Athens International Film Festival and was nominated for 4 German Film […]


Review: Where to Invade Next

Katie reviews the latest film by award-winning American documentary film maker and director, Michael Moore.  Where to Invade Next will be released on […]


Review: April and the Extraordinary World

Ebony saw animated film April and the Extraordinary World last week at Cinema Nova. The film is based on the graphic novel by Jacque […]


Review: A Bigger Splash

Katie reviews A Bigger Splash, a film about a vacation of a famous rock star that is interupted by the unexpected visit of […]


Review: Victoria

Imagine you’re alone at a club in the early hours of the morning. You’re having a good time. Now imagine the club […]