Sound and cinema. It's nice to gain a little bit of insight into something we often take for granted. Check out this nifty documentary that we stumbled on.
It's been twenty long, hard years, but Independence Day is finally back. Are those childhood memories tarnished, or does Resurgence live up to them?
What Don Cheadle has done in Miles Ahead, his peculiar Miles Davis biographical picture, crosses over to an irresponsible level of fiction.
It’s difficult to discuss Richard Linklater's Everybody Wants Some!! without broaching Dazed And Confused excessively. The two films are so similar.
Hello, My Name is Doris is not some vanity project trying to pass Field off as an ingénue. Writer-director Michael Showalter new film is wonderful.
There's never the sense that the filmmakers behind Pixar's brand new film, Finding Dory, were invested in the sentiment they were conveying.
Wes Anderson is a wonderful filmmaker. Stanley Kubrick is a wonderful filmmaker. Why can't we have both. Now, thanks to Dante Guerilla, we finally can.
Here's one to watch. Em Baker's documentary, Spoke, will be playing at the upcoming inaugural Melbourne Documentary Film Festival. We got to talk to her.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe might be the new way of doing things but the movie universe has existed, in some shape or form, for decades now.
Ted Wilson's Family Holiday recently won Best Short Film and Audience Choice at the ReelGood Film Festival. We spoke to Ted about life as a filmmaker.