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Sacha Hall

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Apart from being the worst and most unfollowed tweeter on Twitter, Sacha loves all things film and music. With a passion for unearthing the hidden gems on the Festival trail from London and New York to her home in the land Down Under, Sacha’s favourite films include One Flew Over The Cuckoo Nest, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Fight Club, Autism in Love and Theeb. You can also make her feel better by following her @TheSachaHall.

‘Pain and Glory’ Review: Dir. Pedro Almodóvar (2019) [Sydney]

Pain and Glory Review: Through Antonio Banderas’ magnificent performance, director Pedro Almodóvar presents a meta-fiction of himself in the medium he excels in best. Hot...

‘Shooting The Mafia’ Review: Dir. Kim Longinotto (2019) [Sydney]

Shooting the Mafia Review: A fascinating but muted portrayal of an extraordinary woman whose hauntingly beautiful images are synonymous with Sicily’s brutal history with...

‘Monrovia Indiana’ Review: Dir. Frederick Wiseman (2019) [Sydney]

Monrovia, Indiana Review: Wiseman’s return with another series of small sequences, this time in Monrovia, Indiana is a fascinating insight into small-town America living. In...

‘One Child Nation’ Review: Dirs. Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang (2019)...

One Child Nation Review: Directors Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang explore China’s One-Child Policy and the painful, lingering generational consequences on parents and children...

‘The Kleptocrats’ Review: Dirs. Sam Hobkinson & Havana Marking (2019) [Sydney]

The Kleptocrats Review: A case of life imitating art and art imitating life in this gripping documentary about Malaysia’s 1MDB scandal and the Oscar-nominated film...

‘Bait’ Review: Dir. Mark Jenkin (2019) [Sydney]

Bait Review: This experimental melodrama about change and inevitability in a Cornish coastal village is a surprising, hypnotic success. As the screen fades to black with...

‘Avengers: Endgame’ Review: Dirs. Anthony & Joe Russo (2019)

Avengers: Endgame review: From loves lost to friends found, Endgame is everything you want in a third phase farewell.  With a decade under its belt,...

Sydney 2018: ‘Searching’ Review: Dir. Aneesh Chaganty (2018)

Searching review: Aneesh Chaganty’s feature directorial debut is an unmissable treat that will leave you on the edge of your screen. Searching review by Sacha Hall,...

Sydney 2018: ‘A Mother Brings Her Son to be Shot’ Review:...

A Mother Brings Her Son to be Shot Review: Sinéad O’Shea presents a first person perspective on the brutal consequences of paramilitary punishment shootings...

Sydney 2017: Whitney: ‘Can I Be Me’ review: Dir. Nick Broomfield...

Whitney: 'Can I Be Me' review: There's no spine-tingling revelations but it's still a fascinating insight into the ill-effects of divine talent, controlling ambitions and manufactured...