Being a gay man with disability means you don’t see yourself onscreen. Thomas Banks wants to change all that.
A film about the shootings is likely to be very distressing for people directly impacted by the massacre, particularly those who still have PTSD or strong grief responses.
Too often, diva films feel like a spectacle about women being punished for living their dreams. The strength of I Am Woman is in the way Helen Reddy comes through.
Babe combined cutting edge visual effects with a moving story of success in the face of adversity that still resonates today.
Developed through Melbourne's first lockdown and filmed as restrictions lifted, Loving Captivity is a rom-com about dating in the isolation age.
We are being told we must choose between free speech or bullying. These aren't the real options.
Four reporters joined the showdown with the Kelly gang 140 years ago. They became part of the story and set the tone for a legend.
Daniel Radcliffe stars in the unispired Escape from Pretoria, which is more procedural than character-driven.
This new NITV documentary captures the power of Country.
A documentary about a high adrenaline outback adventure race, Finke: There & Back, provides spectacular aerial imagery and personal insights.
This new optimistic and empathetic documentary from Genevieve Bailey looks at the mental health of five Australian men.
In August, Screen Australia announced they had surpassed targets in their Gender Matters initative. But their September 2019 production funding round has no women directors or writers.
Two new screen productions show us the nuances of growing up in Arab and Muslim migrant communities. They're a refreshing look at stories too seldom told.
The Merger draws on the conventions of the sports film to explore and challenge attitudes towards refugees in Australia.
Romantic comedy meets road movie in Wayne Blair's much anticipated new film.
School stories hold a special place in popular culture. Stories set in Australian schools have often celebrated outsiders and underdogs, in contrast with their North American counterparts.
Some of the best examples of horror and fantasy genre films have emerged from Australia. Unfortunately, The School is not one of them.
A marvellous exhibition of Australian film stills, now showing in Adelaide, offers a form of visual ethnography.
Jirga has a clear message to the Taliban, Westerners, and other Afghans - even in the horror of warfare you can’t escape moral accountability.
In Cargo, zombies roam Australia and Aboriginal people living off the land are best equipped to repel them. The first half hour is brilliant but the film becomes far less satisfying.