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Review – Good Luck To You, Leo Grande

For me personally, there is nothing more intriguing than listening to a sincere conversation between two people, who are completely emotionally vulnerable, who slowly...

Review – Emu Runner

There’s something unique about a film that can create a character from the landscape without it looking like a major advertising campaign for that country. Sydney...

Review – Sequin in a Blue Room

Director Samuel Van Grinsven's first feature explores a 16-year-old's sexual encounters that turn awry, in coming-of-age turned into thriller Sequin in a Blue Room,...

SFF – Brittany Runs a Marathon

After winning the Audience Award at Sundance Film Festival at the beginning of the year, I couldn't skip this at Sydney Film Festival. Brittany...

SFF – Varda by Agnès

Unfamiliar with Agnès Varda's work, this autobiographical and auto-critical work was a very welcoming entry into this charming artist's filmography. She uses footage from...

SFF – One Child Nation

After winning Sundance's top doc prize earlier this year, One Child Nation is ready to take over Sydney Film Festival. Chinese leader Xiaoping tried...
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