The writer is Craig Silvey, the director is Rachel Perkins, and the film is Jasper Jones, a modern Australian classic in the making Continue reading Tales from home
Silence is engaging, but lacks conviction Continue reading Crimes of (lacking) passion
A historic moment – in a political year at the Oscars, they didn’t run. They might have even become relevant again. Continue reading After a quiet protest comes a victory
From Aristophanes to Stanley Donen, the 80s to now, 2016 remixed the well known, went to new places, and saw old ones in a different way. Continue reading La La Land, American Honey, Green Room, Moonlight, and more of the best films (and TV) of 2016
A twist of fate, a story of survival, a family thrust into the spotlight, and one of the year’s most buzzed about films Continue reading Interview: For Saroo and Sue Brierley, Lion is a long journey home
For anyone who has lived the anxiety-ridden, brilliant The Edge of Seventeen, the laughter around you will feel cruel. Continue reading Are you there, God? It’s me, Nadine.