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[Win!] One of two double passes to Flickerfest 2021 - Friday, 16 April

[Win!] One of two double passes to Flickerfest 2021 – Friday, 16 April

Celebrating its 30th year, Flickerfest remains Australia’s leading Academy® Qualifying and BAFTA Recognised short film festival, presenting A-list selections from ...
The triumphant return of FLICKERFEST 2021 - Where Canberra's finest meets the world's top short films

The triumphant return of FLICKERFEST 2021 – Where Canberra’s finest meets the world’s top short films

Celebrating its 30th year in 2021, Flickerfest remains Australia’s leading Academy® Qualifying and BAFTA Recognised short film festival, continuing on ...
[Film review] Occupation: Rainfall

[Film review] Occupation: Rainfall

Review by John P. Harvey. Set two years after an alien invasion of Earth (Occupation), Occupation: Rainfall could be an ...
[Film review] Penguin Bloom

[Film review] Penguin Bloom

Review by John P. Harvey. When Sam Bloom (Naomi Watts) and her husband, Cameron (Andrew Lincoln), take their three active ...
[Film review] Thoroughly Aussie THE DRY puts the squeeze on Eric Bana's Aaron Falk

[Film review] Thoroughly Aussie THE DRY puts the squeeze on Eric Bana’s Aaron Falk

Review by John P. Harvey Perfectly blending everyday realism and dramatic tension, The Dry has policeman Aaron Falk (Eric Bana) ...
[Film review] Promising Young Woman

[Film review] Promising Young Woman

Review by John P. Harvey. Having dropped her medical studies seven years earlier, Cassie (Carey Mulligan) waitresses in a café ...
[Film review] Be careful of what you wish for with WONDER WOMAN 1984

[Film review] Be careful of what you wish for with WONDER WOMAN 1984

Review by John P. Harvey The ageless Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) encounters a godly artefact at the Smithsonian in 1984 ...
[Film review] Summerland

[Film review] Summerland

Review by John P. Harvey. Of the children evacuated from London during the Blitz of WWII, some are allocated temporary ...
[Film review] How to Be a Good Wife

[Film review] How to Be a Good Wife

Review by John P. Harvey. It is 1968, and Paulette (Juliette Binoche — Chocolat), along with her husband, Robert (François ...
FLASH GORDON is primarily neither an action film nor a science-fiction film; it is, first and foremost, a comedy — British Film Festival 2020

FLASH GORDON is primarily neither an action film nor a science-fiction film; it is, first and foremost, a comedy — British Film Festival 2020

Review by John P. Harvey. Let’s get one thing out of the way: Flash Gordon is primarily neither an action ...