Steven Berkoff

Megawatt stars dim the lights for this dull farce.
Nobody comes out of Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck’s The Tourist happier for the experience – save perhaps for the countless Italian extras who may now regale new acquaintances with 'I held the door for Angelina Jolie!" anecdotes. The...
It\'s not a bad film, just a bit more ordinary than it should have been...
In 1987 writer/director John Duigan made one of Australia?s most beautiful and best-loved films, The Year My Voice Broke, a haunting coming-of-age drama starring Noah Taylor (Almost Famous) and Loene Carmen (Tom White). Since then Duigan has...
It\'s not a punishment to remember someone you love. The punishment is to forget.
Veteran Greek director, Pantelis Voulgaris, looks at the practice during one of the great migrations, in his film, Brides.