Abderrahmane Sissako's film is a superb tragedy, told against the background of the fundamentalist Islamic takeover of Mali’s most famous city.
Shot over 12 years, Richard Linklater's remarkable, intensely moving film traces the life of Mason (Ellar Coltrane) from age six to his first day at college.
This Chinese film noir has a certain baffling quality but it is an atmospheric thriller with a spectacular finale.
He appeared out of the depths at Docklands this week, and will rise from out of a lake at Elsternwick’s historic Rippon Lea Estate next week.
Masterchef king Brent Owens is not tempted by the world of fine dining, despite winning many accolades from the judges for his "plating".
This portriat of Nick Cave is one of the best rock documentaries in years, precisely because it deliberately ignores the genre’s conventions.
Films about the personal lives of the arty young are obvious targets for snark, but this low-key comedy provides a fresh take on some familiar material.
Tthe most overtly autobiographical of the works of French filmmaker Catherine Breillat, is based on her memoir of being the victim of a con artist.
Prince Harry has upstaged his grandmother’s cameo at the Commonwealth Games by allegedly popping the question to an Australian hockey player before appearing in a candid photo with Team New Zealand.