A searing portrait of a marriage in strife reflects a recurring theme in this year’s Italian Film Festival, which also celebrates influential filmmaker Roberto Rossellini and screen goddesses including Sophie Loren and Gina Lollobrigida.
This new Danish film featuring Another Round star Mads Mikkelsen is not quite the predictable revenge thriller it first seems.
Nicolas Cage makes a return to the type of interesting movies he was known for earlier in his career with a beautifully filmed story about a former city chef living in the wilderness whose rustic life is uprooted when his beloved truffle pig is stolen.
Steeped in a small-town reality with swirling latent violence, this indie gem tells a riveting story about a marriage in trouble which one partner wants to save more than the other.
A new documentary featuring Adelaide photographer and former refugee Muzafar Ali will capture the rich history of Australian Afghans, set against Ali’s personal involvement with the crisis currently unfolding in Afghanistan.
This film does for the rolling hills and river hideaways of New Zealand what Wolf Creek did for the red-dirt splendour of outback South Australia: namely, provide an excellent backdrop for scenes of panic, terror and fear.