This Aussie period piece explores a fascinating and largely undocumented slice of our history.
A quirky French comedy follows the trauma of a pair of young Parisians.
This sweet documentary unpacks some big ideas about tiny living.
The Great Beauty is over the top and in your face from beginning to end.
Director Steve McQueen discusses his third feature film, 12 Years A Slave.
Celebrating the release of Johnny Ghost on DVD and VOD, Melbourne film maker Donna McRae hosts a screening and Q & A this Sunday at ACMI.
Tracy Letts’ 2007 award-friendly play gets the bigscreen treatment, with an astonishing cast in memorably horrible form.
Ben’s Walter works in the lower photographic departments of Life magazine in New York. His everyday life is so dull that he often daydreams or ‘vagues out’, and we see…
Speaking by phone from Hong Kong where his film The Gilded Cage is screening at festivals, director Ruben Alves is surprised at how the film crosses cultural borders.
Presenting a treasure trove of contemporary and classic British Cinema.
This Saturday, November 23, Cinema Nova presents a special fundraising screening of In Bob We Trust to raise much needed funds for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan, one of the…
At 63, dapper journeyman English actor Bill Nighy is in more demand than ever with 11 films in two years including About Time, which features his latest scenestealing performance for…