The Nightingale is unforgettable – but not without its flaws
An unforgettable film, but not without its flaws.
Adam Goodes doco The Australian Dream is a fascinating study of modern Australia
This film takes us to a place that leads to the heart of modern Australia.
The single take Australian crime movie Watch the Sunset is coming to Stan
The single take or ‘one shot’ feature film is a rare beast.
In the Australian drama Palm Beach, the stakes are so low it’s hard to care
This is probably the whitest movie you will see all year.
Damon Gameau’s new documentary 2040 will premiere at Gold Coast Film Festival
What would the world look like we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our planet?
An Adelaide pop-up event will screen highly anticipated Australian films Top End Wedding and Animals
Australians will finally get to see Top End Wedding and Animals.
He’s back! Yahoo Serious will make a rare public appearance for the 30th anniversary of Young Einstein
Find out what happened to Yahoo Serious.
Sundance Film Festival: the best of the fest
Here are the films that got everybody talking.
Racial tension in Sydney is explored in the at times brilliant The Combination Redemption
Director David Field is a phenomenal talent behind the lens.
The five weirdest films on SBS On Demand right now
There are absolutely insane movies on SBS On Demand right now.
The biggest Australian film box office hits of 2018
Here are the biggest Australian films at the box office in 2018.
Acting legend Bryan Brown will receive the Australian film industry’s highest accolade
Byran Brown, you are a bloody legend.
The outback Australian drama Strange Colours contains rare wonders
The director has created a wonderful observational film, possibly at the expense of audience identification and engagement.
AACTA Award predictions: Who should win and who will win?
Here are our picks and predictions for all the major categories.
Ladies in Black and Sweet Country lead this year’s AACTA Awards nominations
Director Bruce Beresford’s romantic period drama Ladies in Black leads this year’s AACTA Awards, chalking up 11 nominations.
Legendary Ozploitation filmmaker John D. Lamond has passed away, aged 71
The Australian filmmaker was known as an eccentric character with a cheeky sense of humour.
Watching The Castle on the big screen again proves it’s better than ever
Our critic discovered that the only thing better than watching The Castle is watching The Castle for the millionth time, with a bunch of people who’ve done the same.
Australian film The Nightingale wins two awards at Venice Film Festival
The new film from the director of The Babadook has picked up major awards in Venice.