TV Review: The Pursuit of Love is delicious
Emily Mortimer's BBC/Prime adaptation of Nancy Mitford's romantic novel is utterly adorable, says Chris Boyd.
Why Cate Shortland was the perfect choice for Marvel's Black Widow
Cate Shortland is not your standard gun-for-hire director, but she was the perfect choice for Black Widow, says Daryl Sparkes.
News in Brief - 'Two Hands' TV series in the works and Natalie Portman feature to film in Sydney
This week, Natalie Portman comes to Sydney at a tricky time, Cinefest Oz unveils finalists and full program, and we…
No Longer Home offers a gentle, personal story about adulthood
No Longer Home deals with a familiar form of melancholy with a delicate touch, but sometimes, it borders on insubstantial.
Producer Todd Fellman: a career with international deals
Producer Todd Hellman makes footloose productions work, tried hard with China and is now making The Portable Door in Queensland,…
Netflix films look more like TV shows - here’s the technical reason why
Ari Mattes explores the visual differences between film recorded by high resolution sensors and film shot on celluloid.
TV Review: The Cheap Seats has decent jokes and lots of them
The latest topical comedy from Working Dog does the job well, says Anthony Morris.
Phantom Abyss is online multiplayer without the scheduling nightmare
Team WIBY's Ben Marrinan explains how they developed Phantom Abyss for a generation who treats games as a digital living…
WA's CinefestOz announces full program, Nadia Tass heads Jury
The full 2021 program for CinefestOZ has just been announced, with 17 world premieres and four Australian premieres.
Ambiguity, archives and the 80s: an interview with screenwriter Michael Lucas
The creator and producer of the ABC's new drama, The Newsreader, talks about his inspiration for the show and gives…