Richard Gere, Laura Linney, Steve Coogan and Rebecca Hall form a compelling quartet in Oren Moverman's dark and satirical adaptation of Herman Koch's bestseller, The Dinner.
Cleverly stripped of all historical baggage, the State Theatre Company’s Macbeth allows nothing to distract us from the raw brutality of this Shakespearean tale of unchecked ambition, moral corruption and murder.
Luc Besson, director of classics such as Nikita, The Big Blue and The Fifth Element, revives his sci-fi credentials with a flamboyant adventure in which the aliens outshine the humans.
Charlize Theron cuts a brutal swathe through 1989 Berlin in this violent yet hyper-stylish action thriller.
Finnish director and auteur Aki Kaurismäki returns to the issue of the plight of refugees in his latest characteristically quirky film, The Other Side of Hope, which opens the Scandinavian Film Festival in Adelaide tonight.
Director William Oldroyd’s Lady Macbeth takes the period costume drama to an unprecedented level of darkness by melding Victorian tragedy with crime noir to create an utterly compelling tale of moral corruption and murder.