A 50-something couple try singledom in a clever drama.
A film about global warming that manages to be both upbeat and visually lively.
Sadly, Mike Leigh’s latest falls short of masterpiece status.
Bill Nighy is the best thing in this bleak comedy-drama.
An elliptically told on-and-off love story, with the gorgeous look and spirit of 1950s and 60s European art cinema.
Redford plays a gentlemanly robber in (perhaps) his final film.
Bruce Beresford’s loving look at ladies’ life in long-gone Sydney.
A fascinating doco including members of the singer’s family.
Coogan and Rudd entertain as a pair of unlikely gay dads.
Centred on a trip woven with laughter and sadness, machismo and sensitivity.
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.