The Oscar-winning Iranian director reveals the inspiration behind his new drama, his thoughts on technology and why he believes the best of cinema has been and gone.
The jazz-era epic cleaned up in all film categories at the 2014 AACTA Awards luncheon.
Director/actor Matt Hardie's short takes out the top prize at Tropfest 22.
The director of the mob classic Gomorroh returns with a focus on a different kind of plague to society: reality television.
Australian Kim Mordaunt's film continues its sweep of international festivals, with two prizes at Tribeca.
The Canadian-Vietnamese writer-director reveals the long journey of his Oscar-nominated film, from researching child soldiers to finding Mobutu’s private palace.
Baz Luhrmann's lavish adaptation will kick off the 66th Cannes Film Festival.
Industry juries have decided the AACTA Award nominees for top documentary and short film honours.
The screenplay for this year's local hit has taken out the industry's top writing award.
The outspoken Thai director talks to SBS about his 'Buddhist noir' thriller and the challenges of shooting upside down.
Fans of Israeli cinema are in for a treat, with the annual film festival set to spread its wings in 2012.
The pioneer of the 'weird wave' takes out Sydney's prestigious film prize for his second film.