Sally Potter’s hosts take a lesson from Abigail and Don.
Who’d have thought that Uncle Joe could be quite this funny?
Contemporary art-scene flick transcends film festival origins.
This fantastic Chilean woman very much lives up to the film's title.
Rom-com looks at paternity from the French perspective.
McDonagh's black comedy takes aim at hapless local cops.
Stark Aussie western exploits the elemental power of the NT.
Gollum actor’s directorial debut is sweetly done if overly honeyed.
Deeply researched documentary restores musical old masters.
Relentlessly entertaining and unlike any Australian film we've seen before.
There’s not much in the way of drama, but what there is adds at least a tiny shake of spice to the journey.
Benedict Andrews makes a fine transition from stage to film.
Cox’s magisterial PM saves this invasion vehicle from sinking.