The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes review
The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes is a highly entertaining expansion of the young adult film franchise.
Saltburn review: Fennell's film is wicked fun
The Promising Young Woman filmmaker is clearly having fun with our expectations ... as is the stellar cast.
NCIS Sydney review: Bob Hawke was dope?
The Australian spin-off of the long running franchise serves up harbour views, nuclear subs and some props for our former…
Blade Runner Live review: like C-beams near the Tannhäuser Gate
Ridley Scott's masterpiece screened with a live performance of the original Vangelis score? I've heard things you people wouldn't believe.
The Big Dog review: a dominatrix film with bark and bite
The promising debut feature from writer-director Dane McCusker explores men's inability to connect, via a savvy sex-working woman.
Brand Bollywood Downunder review: where India and Australia meet
Anupam Sharma’s latest feature documentary maps and tracks Australia’s connection with the Indian film industry – with varying success.
Australian Epic, ABC review: history played to new tunes
The new six-part series wants to remind of classic moments from our recent past, but with a twist: musical numbers!
Film reviews: Flora on the Sand (1964) and Juvenile Jungle (1956)
The feature of a retrospective at the 2023 Japanese Film Festival, Kō Nakahira was a filmmaker who interrogated themes of…
Bring Him to Me review: an atmospheric, propulsive film
Luke Sparke's crime movie features a rock solid lead performance and a collection of memorable supporting roles.
All of Us Strangers review: beautiful and cathartic
Weekend director Andrew Haigh one-ups that lovelorn tale of lost souls in a film that will leave you aching for…