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Cinema's first female filmmaker was a prolific international talent, but remains unknown. This brisk entertaining documentary addresses that problem.
Australian director Claire McCarthy restores agency to the tragic heroine in this campy yet gorgeous adaptation, writes Mel Campbell.
Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham strut their stuff in this ludicrously fun Diesel-free spinoff.
Powerful, topical and superbly produced, this is a rare event in Australian television history, writes Chris Boyd.
Asif Kapadia’s new documentary separates the on-field God from the very human man, writes Anthony Morris.
Shockingly violent and pointedly political, this Amazon series is an ironic but refreshing antidote to supe franchising.
Samantha Lang's feature documentary deftly tells the story of a key figure in Australian art. Visual and performing arts critic Chris Boyd says it's brilliant.
A stunning technical achievement, this photo-realistic Disney remake fails to convey the powerful emotions of the story.
Ralph Fiennes' directs this Nureyev biopic with visceral vim, resisting the usual cliches about creativity and identity.
Eccentric nuns defend their way of life with devilish consequences, in Foxtel's new mini-series adaptation. Chris Boyd says it pays big dividends despite some clumsiness.
Great songs, inspired performances and a good digital brush-up make this essential for fans, but is it a doco? asks Adrian Martin.
Mel Campbell enjoys this female-led teen comedy but questions its laissez-faire moral politics.
If you’re not a fan of watching two people bickering in a car, you may want to overtake this ABC comedy, says Anthony Morris.
Richard Lowenstein's excellent documentary captures his subject’s essence by never quite bringing the man into focus.
Adapted from young adult fan fiction, not much happens in this adolescent love story, yet Adrian Martin finds it weirdly fascinating.
Adapted from a novel by Australian Daniel O'Malley, this series is compelling but lacks the book's complexity.
Korean director Bong Joon-ho is a modern auteur with a wonderful popular touch. Mel Campbell celebrates his cinematic joys.
Thirteen hours of Nicolas Winding Refn's neon vision may be too much for some, but Adrian Martin finds intrigue amidst the slog.
This thinly disguised art biopic works directly against the complex ideas of its subject, says Adrian Martin.
A rock solid concept, great production design and expressive performances make this Australian Netflix film well worth your time.
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