The Pink House is a documentary about Questa Casta, Australia’s longest-running brothel located in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. Of course, it’s more than that.
While Risk is less focused than Citizenfour, Laura Poitras’ study of Snowden, this is actually the stronger film.
Lynch’s artworks are presented as puzzle pieces in an extraordinary man’s life.
The main message of Hotel Coolgardie turns out to be the oppressive boredom of living in the middle of nowhere.
A film about the creative process that would have benefited from more creativity itself.
A Cinematic Life aligns Australia’s (second) favourite critic’s biography with cinematic history
Life, Animated is too intent on crafting an inspirational story of triumph over adversity.
This disturbing documentary details the ordeal facing asylum seekers who arrive on our shores, people fleeing persecution, violence and death only to face a politer brand of such injustices in “offshore detention.”
I believe Louis Theroux when he says he wants to make a different kind of Scientology movie; a sympathetic Scientology movie. But I’m not quite convinced he’s succeeded.
I love a good underdog sports story. Oh, it’s a familiar narrative, but there’s something in the time-honoured tale of overcoming the odds and snatching victory from the jaws of defeat that can’t help but resonate with me. Palio then, which pits plucky newcomer Giovanni Atzeni against veteran champion – and mentor – Luigi “Gigi”…