Reiner has directed a work which is neither a tedious history lesson, nor a hagiography. This is first-and-foremost a totally engaging piece of film-making.
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Truth or Dare is a film that will scratch the itch that most horror fans crave.
This is one of the most grown-up English-language comedies to hit the screens in a long time.
This Mexican production examines the life and work of James Anado McLauchlin, an American ex-pat living in the town of San Miguel de Allende.
Funne is a work that just oozes charm. These women are relatable, likable and hilarious.
But don’t be fooled by the Englishness and gentleness: this is an intense, strong and somewhat harrowing tale.
Director Andrew Hyatt’s Paul, Apostle of Christ, is an engaging film that never lets up.
A Quiet Place provides its audience with an intense and anxiety-provoking ride through a terrifying, monster-ridden reality where silence is not only golden, but life-saving.
From the creators of Wallace & Gromit and Chicken Run comes Early Man, a new animated comedy film with a bizarre concept and an all star cast. So come back to the beginning days of football. Come all the way back.
Renowned activist and artist Ai Weiwei creates a powerful and sharp image of the refugee crisis that affects the world. Human Flow uses effective and poignant images and shots to show a new perspective on refugees.
The 2017 Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or winner, The Square has come to Australian cinemas. Check out this tongue-in-cheek satire drama on art and art culture.
This film presentation by Palace Nova Cinemas of Andrea Chénier was captured live on 7…
This is a totally enjoyable, adorable gem of a film, with a strong message about life and death and ageing.
This is a beautiful, beautiful film. It is humorous, and gently dramatic, and real, and moving, and important. It will stay with you for days, weeks, the rest of your life. It is a testament to the power of cinematic under-statement.
Rigoletto features some of Verdi’s best music, and there’s lots of it.
Menashe opens up a private world of religion rarely available to most audiences, and puts its many trials and tribulations on show. It is an insightful film, cleverly presented to the audience in a style that is well worth the film experience.
This film presentation by Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas of the Opéra National de Paris production…
Small-screen genius Aaron Sorkin, makes his big-screen directorial debut with a surprising and complex story.
Rumoured to be Day-Lewis’s last film, he shines as Reynolds Woodcock, the society couturier who fears he is doomed in love.