We sat down with Aussie film-maker Scott Hicks to chat about his latest film, Highly Strung, which is now showing in selected cinemas across Australia.
A teacher escapes to a remote fishing village in Iceland for the summer to live out his comfortable spiral of exercise, alcoholicism and Portugese lessons.
An utterly charming, live puppet show made up of multiple puppets on beautifully designed miniature sets projected onto a movie screen & accompanied by incredible music.
As the film chosen to represent the Spanish Film Festival on its posters, be played as the opening night film, and winner of 6 Goya awards (the Spanish Film Academy Awards), David Trueba’s Living is Easy with Eyes Closed, has a reputation that precedes it by quite a few steps. The celebrated film has finally […]
Director Wes Anderson is a comedic maverick and his latest film also benefits from his masterful touch, with an all-star cast and zingy one-liners.
Fugitive is an original retelling of Robin Hood, set in a dystopian future where leaderless knights harass the weak and an all-powerful sheriff controls all.
Like most who watch director Wes Anderson’s finely tuned onscreen imaginings, the audience for Tuesday night’s Moonrise Kingdom was fixated on a world of whimsy, hope and desperation. The fact the two main characters were aged 12, and grown men were literally misty-eyed over the star-crossed love story between two preteens was a testament to Moonrise’s dedication to its beauty and fragility.