A quietly beautiful and thoughtful film, The Miseducation of Cameron Post follows a teenage girl as she is forced into a gay conversion therapy camp after being caught fooling around with her female best friend.
Described as not science fiction, but science faction, this new documentary blends expert interviews, dramatic space-scapes and an imagined starship journey in its exploration of the quest for interstellar travel.
Light-hearted and quirky, Victoria and Abdul is a biographical retelling of a long lost tale involving of one of the most eminent figures in British royal history.
French novelist and filmmaker Amanda Sthers’ first attempt at an English language movie, Madame, is a dull affair with few redeeming factors aside from the beautiful Parisian cinematography.
The audience feels teenage character Cassie’s embarrassment and pain every step of the way in ‘Gone Viral’, a play examining issues such as childhood grief, underage drinking and sexuality, writes reviewer Sebastian Cooper.
Sci-fi thriller Ghost in the Shell is visually stunning, but it lacks the depth and intricacy of the 1990s Japanese aime film on which it is based.