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‘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...

‘Miles Davis: Birth Of The Cool’ Review: Dir. Stanley Nelson (2019)...

Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool Review: Told through the people who knew him best, Nelson's unflinching approach to Miles and his music is...

‘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...

Trailer Arrives For Cricket Doc. ‘The Edge’

We've just been handed the brand new trailer for the incoming cricket documentary The Edge, which lands in cinemas and on-demand services very soon. NoahX...

TIFF 2018: ‘When Arabs Danced’ Review: Dir. Jawad Rhalib (2018)

When Arabs Danced review: Jawad Rhalib’s When Arabs Danced is an intuitive, uncensored view from creative, contemporary souls inside the Muslim faith who are...

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 2018: ‘Ex Libris – The New York Public Library’ Review:...

Ex-Libris - The New York Public Library review: A complex but surprisingly coherent picture of an institution that is more than a library and...

Kedi review: Dir. Ceyda Torun (2017)

Kedi Review: Cats have slowly and insidiously been taking over the internet in the last few years, now they seek to take over the...