Watch the review that made TV history
In the November 11, 1992 episode of The Movie Show, Margaret and David were divided over the controversial release of Geoffrey Wright's Romper Stomper. David refused to rate the movie, expressing concern about its unflinching depiction of race...
The artist, in the kitchen, warts and all.
It must be the season for documentaries about crucial but underappreciated Australian artists and their tangling with mortality. In the wake of Autoluminescent, the story of former Birthday Party guitarist Rowland S. Howard, comes On Borrowed...
In the trenches of a bloody WWI battle.
Some of the greatest Australian movies of all time have tackled war, most notably Gallipoli and Breaker Morant, but apart from 2006’s Kokoda the subject has been ignored in recent years, unlike American filmmakers who’ve been obsessed with...
Paul Cox's least likeable project so far.
Writer/director Paul Cox is one of Australia's most prolific filmmakers. With movies such as Innocence, Man of Flowers and My First Wife, he's secured an international reputation. Human Touch, starring Chris Haywood, is Cox's 21st feature....
Under The Lighthouse Dancing is a first feature from an unlikely source - writer/director Graeme Rattigan is no graduate of film school, he`s not making the leap to feature films after a series of shorts - he`s a lawyer who decided that writing...