Our review of “Heavenly Creatures”, one of Peter Jackson’s earliest films and a lesser-known gem.
By Daniella Dahoui Dir: Phillip Noyce In Western Australia of 1931, a government policy includes taking “half-caste” (one white and one Aboriginal parent) children from the Aboriginal mothers and re-locating them to a re-education camp. A. O. […]
Dir: Wayne Blair Review by: Hannah McNicholas One of the most successful local films in recent years, “˜The Sapphires’ is Australia’s answer to “˜Dreamgirls’. Set against a turning point in history and packed with sixties […]
By Hannah McNicholas Dir: Kriv Stenders “A dog of a certain type can do well in a lonely town” This is a film about a dog. That should be enough to sell you on this […]
“Mary and Max” is a stop-motion animated film set in 1976, where 8-year-old Mary Daisy Dinkle (voiced by Bethany Whitmore as a child, and by Toni Collette as an adult), who lives in Melbourne, decides to […]
Not speaking from personal experience, wouldn’t one imagine the ordeal of sleeping with your best friend’s son, somewhat tumultuous and disturbing? Well, you might want to think again. Making its debut at last year’s Sundance […]