Review: Hamlet

Christian was impressed with the performances of National Theatre Live’s Hamlet, which has recorded record theatre ticket sales. Directed by Lyndsey Turner […]


Review: The Dressmaker

Alice was relieved and impressed by Jocelyn Moorhouse’s adaptation of Rosalie Ham’s first novel. Produced by Universal pictures and set in 1950s […]


Kim Petalas: BBC First British Film Festival

Alice chats to BBC First British Film Festival director Kim Petalas about this year’s program, now running in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, […]


Review: Sleeping with Other People

Katie thought Leslye Headland’s new rom-com had a lot of potential, but fell short of breaking out of gender steretypes. Sleeping with […]


Review: The Lobster

Katie Doherty on Yorgos Lanthimos’s The Lobster, winner of this year’s Cannes Jury Prize and starring Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz. Rating: […]


Rebecca Cremona: Simshar

Christian Tsoutsouvas chats to Rebecca Cremona, writer/director of Simshar – the first international feature film out of Malta, based on two true stories of […]


Nicole Ma: Putuparri & the Rainmakers

Daisy Wu chats to director Nicole Ma about her documentary Putuparri and the Rainmakers, spanning 10 years of Putuparri’s life and his struggles […]


Review: District 9

Hosts Alexander and Thomas discuss Neill Blomkamp’s District 9 (2009): aliens as good guys oppressed by ruthless humans, the comparisons that can be drawn […]


Review: The Wolfpack

Kelly Enright reviews Crystal Moselle’s documentary about six home-schooled and isolated teenage boys. The Wolfpack was released on August 27 and is now […]


James Nolen: Fashion Mavericks on Film at ACMI

Hosts Thomas and Alexander chat to ACMI programmer James Nolen about Fashion Mavericks on Film, which ran from August 28 – September […]