A 50-something couple try singledom in a clever drama.
A film about global warming that manages to be both upbeat and visually lively.
Two film-fests deliver the goods.
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.
With work from all round the world, this year typifies the grand adventure of film festivals.
Centred on a trip woven with laughter and sadness, machismo and sensitivity.
Sally Potter’s hosts take a lesson from Abigail and Don.