Beautiful and magical, The Butterfly Tree transports viewers to a nature-driven world. DAMIEN NGUYEN reviews Melissa George’s latest film.
The decision to mix a live score with a 40-year-old animated film was a bit of a risk, but one that paid rich dividends for CONOR ROSS, who saw it at at MIFF.
There are bad movies, and then there are really bad ones. DAMIEN NGUYEN reviews the Korean movie Yourself and Yours at MIFF.
Director Rakashi Miike’s 100th film is a flawed but largely enjoyable manga-to-film adaptation of the series Blade of the Immortal. DAMIEN NGUYEN saw the film at MIFF
Chinese director Bi Gan’s feature film Kaili Blues premiered in Australia at the Melbourne International Film Festival. Those who appreciate a slow visual narrative and have an eye for cinematography will be left in awe.
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Joe Swanberg introduced his film Happy Christmas to an audience of twenty-somethings and film buffs as a part of the Melbourne International Film Festival on Sunday night. Sheltered from the rain inside Melbourne’s Capitol Theatre, this pleasant, character-driven story about the happiness of unexpected relationships left the audience feeling appropriately warm upon leaving. Review by … Continue reading MIFF: Anna Kendrick shines in Happy Christmas