The Assistant is an important corrective to bombastic Hollywood takes on this subject.
There’s undeniably a need for an incisive documentary on sexual assault in Hollywood. Unfortunately, Rocking the Couch is not that film.
[CENSORED] is compiled from clips excised from films imported into Australia from the late ‘50s to the early ‘70s.
Taken as a whole, Bombshell is a portrait of how great women like Hedy Lamarr are dragged down by male mediocrity.
Faces Places bubbles with irrepressible charm.
Documentaries benefit from specificity. That’s never been clearer than in Geek Girls, a likeable doco on – you guessed it – geek girls of all stripes.
The Survivor’s Guide to Prison builds to the conclusion that justice in the United States is fundamentally broken.
We’ve all been to a concert that just felt … sad.
Meal Tickets distils that feeling into an uncomfortable 93-minute documentary.
Mountain lets its majestic cinematography distract from its attempted critique.
Telling the story of a New Zealand haunted house, director Florian Habicht nurtures the stories that blossom from the branches of this gnarled tree.