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The documentary Bill Frisell: A Portrait is an intimate and insightful study of the acclaimed jazz musician and his music.
A real-life Australian case is brought to the screen with sensitivity and a stunning central performance.
An exploration of the mind, rather than the movies, of the inimitable filmmaker.
Guy Ritchie takes on the Arthurian legend with supernatural flourishes and his usual stylistic touches.
Standard in construction but not in emotion, this documentary pieces together a portrait of the Australian actor.
Ridley Scott's second Alien prequel persuasively combines big-thinking sci-fi with chest-bursting thrills.
An abundance of cute canines can’t save this mawkish, emotionally manipulative effort.
Warren Beatty returns with a ride through Hollywood, Howard Hughes' eccentricities, and the intersection of dreams and reality.
Humanity’s wants, needs, urges, and desires — as conveyed through nuanced performances — propel this Spanish sex comedy.
With his usual misanthropic eye, filmmaker Ben Wheatley turns a '70s-set fire-fight into a feature-length onslaught.
First, the titular figures were space pirates with laughs. Now, they’re all of the above, but with an earned sense of heart.
A visual journey into the life and legacy of one of Australia’s most celebrated artists.
French filmmaker François Ozon delves into post-war turmoil in a delicate, probing and painterly drama.
Political, psychological, funny and sad – Toni Erdmann is a film of many parts.
Expect the expected as the highly profitable, high-octane, globe-hopping action series returns for another run.
Tackling the troubles of high school life, this introspective animation offers an emotionally detailed portrait of coming-of-age.
This big screen remake of ‘70s and ‘80s television series fails to kick into gear.
Dance Academy sticks to a recognisable formula as it brings the hit teen TV series to the big screen.
With openness and insight, this documentary paints a portrait of an Indigenous Australian caught between tradition and modernity.
Ruth Wilson's Hedda Gabbler is 'the performance of the year'.
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