Sincere, beautifully made and enjoyable.
With the help of Donald McAlpine's splendid photography, Bruce Beresford, a superb director of actors, has told the story of the Comeaway's with humour and affection, and The Fringe Dwellers should I hope appeal to a wide audience. I do wish that...
The Australian filmmaker blames the digital format as one factor that impinges on directors’ creativity.  
Directing a movie has become much, much harder in the past 10 or 12 years due to a number of new and old foes, according to Bruce Beresford, who has experienced his fair share of trench warfare in a career that has spanned 27 feature films...
Aussie director separates fact from fiction among the projects he’s developing.
Whenever you read about Bruce Beresford being named as the director of an upcoming film, there's roughly a 50 per cent chance that he's actually involved. The veteran director of Tender Mercies, Driving Miss Daisy and Mao's Last Dancer is ...
A passionate call to arms for the arthouse distribution sector
A love letter to the bygone days of independent exhibition and a savaging of the big-business practices that bled the ma-and-pa cinema sector to near-death, Andrew Scarano’s Into The Shadows proudly wears its heart on its choctop-stained sleeve...
Missteps prevent ballet drama from reaching great heights.
There is a cracking story in Li Cunxin, the talented ballet dancer from a remote peasant village in China whose defection to the West in 1981 sparked a media and diplomatic storm in the US and caused him great personal pain.Alas, Mao’s Last...