Are you interested in Croatian comedy? Turns out you should be!
By Selmer Derwort Dir: Robert Jan Westdijk Little Sister is a classic yet still under-appreciated 1995 Dutch film. Made on a total allowance of $50k, this has to be one of the furthest stretched budgets in cinema […]
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 […]
Review by: Natasha Monk Dir: Tetsuya Nakashima Watch Kamikaze Girls on FilmDoo Kamikaze Girls is a 2002 novel written by Novala Takemoto, adapted into a manga and film. The film was directed by Tetsuya Nakashima and showcases […]
Director: Paolo Zucca Review by: Giulia Baroni “Everything I know about morality and the obligations of men, I owe it to football” – Albert Camus This is the opening line of not only my review, […]
Dir: Luc Besson By: Natasha Monk Luc Besson creates a black and white French fantasy of love, passion and yearning for enjoying life again. It’s a lovely and fairly simple plotline that focuses on two […]