Ablaze: with Australia's first Aboriginal filmmaker, Bill Onus
Academic, advocate, singer and filmmaker Tiriki Onus discusses the film made by his grandfather William 'Bill' Onus and the documentary…
Geeta director Emma Macey-Storch wins Australia's newest film award
Geeta follows mother-of-three Geeta Mahor, an acid-attack survivor who now campaigns for law and justice reform around domestic violence.
When the Camera Stopped Rolling: giving Lilias Fraser the recognition she deserves
Lilias Fraser is a name all Australian film buffs should know – her daughter Jane Castle delivers a fitting tribute…
Danny Cohen on debut Courtney Barnett doco: 'it was like creating visual poetry'
From intimate audio diaries to bombastic tour footage, Danny Cohen worked with musician Courtney Barnett to create the antithesis to…
Frederick Wiseman film retrospective comes to Australia
Ten films are being presented across Sydney and Melbourne as part of a retrospective on US documentarian Frederick Wiseman.
Australia's visionary unionist films revived for Cinema Reborn festival
In the 50s, a small group of Australian filmmakers set out in a custom Kombi Van to document the working…
Hispanic migrants in Victoria – a chat with Our Voices director Diana Páez
Our Voices (Nuestras Voces), premiering at the Spanish Film Festival, is a powerful reflection on the strength and resilience of immigrants.
CinefestOZ Albany program launch
Local talent and stories will be a key focus of the CineFestOZ program in April.
River director Jennifer Peedom: 'Our attempts to control rivers have begun to backfire'
River explores the waterways of 34 countries, from drone footage deep within, and – thanks to NASA – high above.…
Film Review: River is a visual spectacle
Jennifer Peedom’s documentary sequel is awash with beautiful images but might struggle to reach the heights of its predecessor.