Director Matthew Walker on making I'm Wanita
Making I'm Wanita was a five year crusade through the perils of a very difficult craft.
Netflix Top Tens – a burst of honest figures
How do your tastes compare with the world? Netflix is releasing weekly top tens, with huge numbers. What do they…
Christiaan Van Vuuren gets sincere in Big Deal
Best known for comedy roles, the writer, director and presenter talks about Big Deal, a documentary exposing how donations corrupt…
The death of Ian Dunlop – from outsider to participant in a true ethical journey
Ian Dunlop led a long, energetic life making some of our most important and enduring films. History with a capital…
Oleg Vidov: how an Australian director's film touched the Moscow Film Festival
Oleg Vidov, Russian metinee idol, fugitive and Los Angeles animation distributor, is the subject of Nadia Tass's feature documentary.
Strong Female Lead: An interview with director Tosca Looby
Adopting the archive-only approach of The Final Quarter, Looby and editor Rachel Grierson-Johns created a powerful and enraging one-off doc…
Bowraville Murders: The gift of tears
Bowraville Murders is a searing documentary in which the families involved open their tormented hearts in a cry for justice.
You should watch... Sisters with Transistors at MIFF Digital
Sisters with Transistors is a highlight of MIFF Digital: ‘The history of women has been the history of silence –…
Palestine and guerrilla memorials in the digital age
Lujayn Hourani considers the effectiveness of the game-like temporal memorial, Re: Visit Palestine, in tandem with their own personal memories.
Playing the strategy game at the Cannes international market
Away from the pain of Lebanon, Daizy Gedeon adapts to the trappings of glamour to raise money for her documentary.