Quo vadis, Aida? is based on a harrowing true story about the atrocities of war in mid-90s Bosnia.
Raya and the Last Dragon feels like a production-line addition to Disney’s animated films that ticks all the boxes but delivers nothing unexpected or of unique value.
Director Quentin Reynaud’s Final Set is an off-beat sports tale centred around an ageing tennis protege who dreams of becoming something more while tackling some taxing personal problems.
Following up their directorial work on the highest-grossing film of all time, Avengers: Endgame (2019), the Russo’s are back in the director’s chair with Cherry.
Isabelle Huppert stars as a no-nonsense Franco-Algerian Police Interpreter turned audaciously revered drug kingpin in Jean-Paul Salomé’s The Godmother.
Judas and the Black Messiah takes you into the tragic true story of Black Panther Party chairman Fred Hampton and William O’Neal’s lives.
Boss Level is an action/sci-fi film from the mind of Joe Carnahan, best known for Smoking Aces (2006) and The A-Team (2010).
Minari is a wonderfully shot, exceptionally profound drama film that focuses on the intersection between family and living one’s dream.
I Care a Lot is a dark-comedy thriller focusing on the “care”, which is in quotes because the main character does not actually care for them: the elderly and their lack of autonomy.
Directed by Thomas Vinterberg and starring crowd favourite Mads Mikkelsen, Another Round (or Druk as it’s titled in Danish, which loosely translates to ‘binge drinking’) is a film that dives into the ups, downs, and all-arounds of alcohol.
Directed by Mona Fastvold, The World to Come is a 19th-century same-sex romance story set on the icy backdrop of a secluded farmhouse.
The Mauritanian is one of many films that deal with the Homeland Security aspect of the American justice system. It is a hard topic to touch upon.
The Little Things pays homage to 90s serial killer cop dramas and features award-winning actors that deserve to be in a better movie together.
Brisbane native Josh Lawson directs Long Story Short, a romantic drama with a Twilight Zone-like twist centered around a man (Rafe Spall) who mysteriously jumps forward one year in time every few minutes after his wedding day.
Recently, directors everywhere have tried to make the first successful pandemic-era film, and none have succeeded. They try, and make them unrealistic, dull, and sort of a humdrum. It was not until Iuli Gerbase’s debut feature The Pink Cloud arrived to accurately portray the world we live in today.
With live performances returning to some areas of the world recovering from the pandemic, David Byrne shows us what we were missing with American Utopia, directed by veteran filmmaker Spike Lee.
The Food Club is a feel-good comedy-drama movie that is all about self-discovery, love, friendships, and second chances amongst three women in their 60s, set in an idyllic Italian backdrop.
Wrong Turn sees a group of young people on a hiking trip venture off the beaten path, and suffer dearly for it.
Robert Connolly’s latest venture, The Dry, is a quintessentially Australian film with a compelling storyline that survives patchy acting and the leaps of faith demanded by the plot.
Happy Happy Joy Joy: The Ren & Stimpy Story is a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of one of the most iconic animated shows of all time.
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