REVIEW: Internationally acclaimed director Hong Sang-soo (The Day He Arrives) is known for his contemplative cinema and his examination of the details of the every day. With Oki's Movie he continues this with a story of a bizarre love triangle in the filmmaking world.
FILM FESTIVAL: An intriguing day of world enders, teenage angst and Japanese post-war cartooning at the 60th Melbourne International Film Festival as we take a look at Eric Khoo's Tatsumi, Azazel Jacobs Terri and the audience-splitting End of Animal from South Korea.
FILM FESTIVAL: The 60th Melbourne International Film Festival enters its second weekend with a film selection of films. In this edition, we take a look at documentaries Jiro Dreams of Sushi and Autoluminescent: Roland S. Howard, along with Cannes favourites The Kid with a Bike, Guilty of Romance and Hanezu.
FILM FESTIVAL: The first week draws to a close at the 60th Melbourne International Film Festival, with a stack of goodies yet to come. We take a look at Lena Dunham's mumblecore film Tiny Furniture, Sion Sono's brutal masterpiece Cold Fish and Richard Ayoade's sublime Submarine.
ARTICLE: With the Melbourne International Film Festival kicking off this week, we take a look at our most anticipated films from the program, ranging from the latest from a collection of acclaimed auteurs to cult hits in the making, and Cannes hits to the best of Asian cinema.
ARTICLE: The The 60th Melbourne International Film Festival kicks off this week, so we take a look at 22 films we've already seen including Sydney Film Prize winner A Separation, 13 Assassins, The Future, Hobo with a Shotgun, Jane Eyre, Martha Marcy May Marlene and Win Win.
NEWS: The 60th Melbourne International Film Festival launches its full program today as tickets go on sale for the festival that is now entering its senior citizenship. From opener The Fairy to closing night film Drive, with an international panorama in between, we give you our thoughts on the highlights.