The pandemic has affected every one of us, including the pop phenomenon Charli XCX, whose documentary, Alone Together, was made in isolation.
How it Ends is an end-of-the-world quirky comedy starring Zoe Lister-Jones (who also co-writes and directs).
Violation takes a different tone in covering a complex topic, getting all the “subgenre regulations” out of the way, both for better and worse.
There are many films that deal with unwanted pregnancies and the different ways of handling them, but none as inventive as Ninjababy.
Baby Driver (2017) director Edgar Wright makes his documentary debut with The Sparks Brothers, focusing on the American pop-rock band, Sparks.
After working as an assistant director for Yorgos Lanthimos and Richard Linklater, Christos Nikou gives us his directorial debut film, Apples.
One of the most famous and alluring exports of modern Spanish cinema, Pedro Almodóvar, is back with a new short film, The Human Voice.
Quo vadis, Aida? is based on a harrowing true story about the atrocities of war in mid-90s Bosnia.
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.
Isabelle Huppert stars as a no-nonsense Franco-Algerian Police Interpreter turned audaciously revered drug kingpin in Jean-Paul Salomé’s The Godmother.
Mon Dieu, how I love a French film! The humor, the wine, the quick-witted candor – it all comes together in the new release feature film La Belle Époque.
It’s hard to imagine giving birth in a foreign land, without one’s relatives or a home. Having had to flee a war-torn country, leaving everything behind. That’s the reality of many Syrian women who fled from a devastating war that led to a refugee crisis.
The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival is back for 2020 with a new online only format and it features some very intriguing documentaries.
The unlikeliest of boy bands, ten Cornish fishermen will have you tapping along to sea shanties in the buttery feel-good flick Fisherman’s Friends.
The full MIFF program for 2019 has dropped, with the big news that Quentin Tarantino’s latest, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood will be premiering at the long-running festival.
Visually arresting and equally enthralling, Scandinavian cinema is continuing to cement itself as a major player on the global circuit. Hlynur Palmason’s A White, White Day is an impressive addition to the growing Scandi film canon and has already garnered significant praise.
One of the defining moment’s of modern man’s history will be celebrated in July as the Moon Landing gets its own film festival, featuring some awesome films and documentaries.
Former Aussie Rules footballer and Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes, will be the focus of the MIFF opening night documentary film The Australian Dream.
The 2019 Melbourne Documentary Film Festival hits our shores soon and we’ve compiled a list of 7 standout films to check out during its run.
The Melbourne International Film Festival returns for the 2018 season, and we’ve made it easy to get you started by sharing 10 must-see movies at the festival.
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