Out of Darkness attempts at historical accuracy are a welcome surprise, and what’s more, it is fun to watch.
New Australian film The Rooster is a small character study of two fragile men, and a powerful examination of isolation and moving on.
While there is nothing particularly surprising in Five Blind Dates, it is nevertheless a really refreshing film.
A harrowing portrayal of banal evil, a nuanced look at black fiction, a historically accurate TV series, a story about the power of love and a seriously cute exhibition.
I come from a Dalit background and I research Dalit representation in film. So I know first hand Origin’s importance to Dalit people.
A beautiful fantasy drama about grief and love and reclaiming the past.
Meaningful engagement with diverse writers is still a struggle for the publishing industry.
The film depicts the everyday life of Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Höss and his family – yet, industrialised, genocidal violence moves along, continuously, in the background.
This adaption of Alice Walker’s 1982 novel is an emotional yet joyful exploration of black womanhood in the early 20th century South.
The problem with the Mean Girls musical film is that it is a pastiche of a pastiche.
A film adapted from a radical piece of Scottish Literature, powerful dramatisations of abuse and miscarriages of justice and a game show about deception
Sofia Coppola’s biopic is adapted from Priscilla Presley’s memoir and exposes the dark side of her marriage to Elvis Presley.
With meticulous attention to food and how it is prepared, the film’s plot embraces simplicity.
Dawn of the Nugget has appealing new characters, emotional depth and distinctly British humour.
The Wrong Trousers introduced viewers to the endeavours of Feathers McGraw, a silent criminal mastermind penguin.
An oil-painted instant cult classic, the Game Awards nominees and more.
The powerful beauty of The Peasants comes from the setting of the film against famous Polish and European paintings.
After 2013’s The Wind Rises, Miyazaki spent ten years creating The Boy and the Heron, speculated to be his final film.
It’s a little too dark for small children and not funny enough.
New independent Aussie film Christmess is emotionally engrossing and satisfying in its combination of melancholy tinged with the vague outlines of hope.