In his final film and television column, Lynden Barber finds rich pickings on Netflix, Stan and SBS On Demand.
This week, Lynden Barber reviews MotherFatherSon on iView, Filthy Rich and Homeless on SBS On Demand, and Nuri Bilge Ceylan's beautifully shot film The Wild Pear Tree on Stan.
In this week's column, Lynden Barber takes a look at Operation Buffalo, Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich as well as Sydney Film Festival's digital offerings.
In this week's column, Lynden Barber reviews the third season of Babylon Berlin, Spanish thriller Money Heist (and a spin-off doco about the series) and The Plot Against America.
Aware that he needed time away from the fast lane, the award-winning filmmaker spent eight weeks in a shed on an isolated WA beach. A mesmerising documentary of his experience premieres this week.
Lynden Barber reviews The Great and Catastrophe, as well as a new adaptation of Nick Hornby’s High Fidelity and French claymation film My Life as a Zucchini.
The Eddy, Giri/Haji and Wayward Pines are on Lynden Barber's radar in this week's column.
Lynden Barber recommends powerful new series Unorthodox, fish-out-of-water story The Attache, and the Before trilogy.
We will use the support to run a new series of weekly columns highlighting some of the gems among the plethora of arts material now available online.
Inspired by a real choir, this movie feels familiar yet new.
The role the arts can play in the face of a climate crisis, exciting new collaborations between Indigenous composers and Western classical musicians, Natalie Aroyan, Stephen Sondheim and much more.
Discover our readers' and critics' favourite artists of 2019, learn about Beethoven's final tempestuous year, and celebrate Musica Viva as it turns 75.
A film with vim and vigour even though it feels episodic.