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OzAsia Film Review: Bulbul Can Sing

Tom Johnston

Caught between dusk and dawn, the muted colours Das’ employs evokes the regular, the deeply human side to it’s characters. The film in this way shows very little; it doesn’t represent, but expresses the lives on screen. 

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Green Book Film Review

Adriana Sinicropi

The film gives an insight into the deep racism and segregation issues in America during this period.

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FILM REVIEW: Eighth Grade

Sebastian Moore

Eighth Grade, written and directed by comedian and first time filmmaker Bo Burnham, is a portrait of adolescence that rings truer than any coming-of-age film I’ve seen in some time.

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FILM REVIEW: Vice

Sebastian Moore

It's a surprisingly sympathetic portrait, but even then it's always scathing in its delineations between right and wrong, how power is kept and sustained.

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FILM REVIEW: Creed II

Sebastian Moore

Creed II plays with the Rocky history in thoughtful, effective ways, repaying the faith of fans with the way it mirrors character and narrative beats of the past. It is also, however, conscious of taking these well-worn ideas in fresh directions.

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FILM REVIEW: Widows

Sebastian Moore

Steve McQueen, returning after his 2014 Oscar winning 12 Years A Slave, veers into genre filmmaking with a heist thriller that hints at the director’s talents but ultimately feels like his first creative misfire.

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Film Review: The Miseducation of Cameron Post

Georgina Smerd

Sensitively adapted from Emily Danforth’s acclaimed coming-of-age novel, The Miseducation of Cameron Post delves into the strange and often confronting world of gay-conversion therapy for teens in religious America.

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Live La Dolce Vita at the 2018 Lavazza Italian Film Festival

Georgina Smerd

This year’s Lavazza Italian Film Festival looks set to be a big one with larger-than-life family comedies, sensual romantic dramas and darker tales of crime, corruption and murder in the country’s brutal underbelly.

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ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: EXPLORING FEMALE COMING-OF-AGE THROUGH THE BLINDING LENS OF AVA

jenny qian

A film about a 13-year-old girl and her shrinking field of vision.

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Film Review: See You Up There (Au Revoir Là-haut)

Kate Sansome

See You Up There is a French historical drama following the lives of two World War I soldiers as they return to civilian life and embark on a mischievous plan to sell phony way memorials. 

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Film Review: Downsizing

Erin Gear

Downsizing, starring Matt Damon, is the humanitarian science-fiction dramedy of the year.

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Film Review: Never Forget

Ellie Stamelos

Never Forget is an award-winning film that explores the issues that arise when a Vietnamese-Australian woman must return home. 

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Film Review: Dunkirk

Erin Gear

Prepare to be awestruck at the spectacle that is Dunkirk.

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Film Review: A Monster Calls

Ellie Stamelos

A Monster Calls is a fantasy-drama film about growing up and facing your fears, with the help of imagination. 

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Dive Into The Ocean Film Festival 2017

Laura Brain

Take the plunge into the Ocean Film Festival - an inspirational and entertaining visual celebration of the Great Blue. 

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Film Review: Jasper Jones

Michaela McGrath

A gut-wrenching coming-of-age tale, Jasper Jones will have you tied to your seat until the final second.

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Film Review: Split

Catherine Morrissy

M. Night Shyamalan's most recent thriller is a must-see. 

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Grab Ya Picnic Basket And Plastic Wine Glasses... The Moonlight Cinema Is Bloody Back

Brooke Richardson

Everybody's favourite nocturnal movie venue is back baby!

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Film Review: Hacksaw Ridge

Erin Gear

Mel Gibson's newest feature film, Hacksaw Ridge, tells the inspirational true story of Private Desmond Doss during World War Two.

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This Is Halloween, Everybody Make A Scene

Emma Ferraro

Scary, not scary or to the upside down. We've got your Halloween weekend sorted.

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