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  • Tallulah Brown: 'Robert Redford was talking about dragons with our song in the background' September 18, 2018
    The Trills musician is used to her lyrics being used in trailers but her play Songlines puts her in the spotlight with the actors Playwrights don’t usually share the stage with the performers who speak their words. But Tallulah Brown isn’t an actor. The writer plays the tunes, rather than one of the characters, in […]
    Chris Wiegand
  • Green Book tipped for Oscars after picking up top award at Toronto September 17, 2018
    Feelgood movie starring Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen scoops the festival’s People’s Choice prize Green Book, the Peter Farrelly-directed film about a Jamaican-American pianist touring the Deep South in the 1960s, has massively boosted its Oscars chances after taking the top prize at the Toronto film festival.The festival’s People’s Choice award has long been seen […]
    Andrew Pulver
  • Nimbin Roots festival 2018 – in pictures September 17, 2018
    The event that celebrates old blues, alt-country and traditional music started from an idea of providing an affordable, sustainable festival for the people. The festival, in the village of Nimbin in north-eastern New South Wales, uses solar power and the stages are all within walking distance from each other to ensure accessibility Continue reading...
    Meredith O'Shea
  • Enter the Destroyer: the rise of the feminist detective September 14, 2018
    Two new films aim to break the cinematic dominance of the male cop, whose taciturn, violence-prone profiles have been off limits to women for decadesThe surprising presence of two thrillers at the Toronto film festival featuring women in the lead role of detective underlines how rare such films are. Destroyer and Out of Blue represent […]
    Elena Lazic
  • Director of banned Kenyan film about lesbian romance sues government September 14, 2018
    Wanuri Kahiu has filed a lawsuit to make Rafiki eligible for an Oscar, appealing against Kenya’s hardline conservative laws regarding homosexualityThe Kenyan director of a movie banned in her home country for telling a love story about two women has filed a lawsuit seeking to lift the ban so it can be considered as the […]
    Reuters
  • Boy Erased review – plodding gay conversion drama lacks power September 12, 2018
    Strong performances from Lucas Hedges and Nicole Kidman aren’t enough to bring a disappointingly pedestrian tale to lifeThe isolating process of becoming aware of one’s sexuality, being forced by societal constraints to deny it and then finally dealing with the often difficult after-effects that follow coming out, or being forced out, can be deeply traumatic […]
    Benjamin Lee
  • Red Joan review – Judi Dench's 'granny spy' brings OAP to the KGB September 12, 2018
    Dench is a pensioner pulled up for her wartime sympathies in a stodgy espionage drama that can’t disguise its mediocrity“No one suspects us because we’re women,” smiles one feminine conspirator to another in Trevor Nunn’s wartime spy drama Red Joan. Never mind all the espionage and atomic physics, this movie is really about the dangers […]
    Pamela Hutchinson
  • The Old Man and the Gun review – Redford radiates swagger and class September 12, 2018
    The film feels like a homage to Redford, who will surely earn a final best actor Oscar nomination for his performanceRobert Redford’s career ends not with a bang but a caper, the sort that he might have romped through half a century ago. Reportedly Redford’s final film, The Old Man and the Gun will surely […]
    Gwilym Mumford
  • From The Nightingale to Hotel Mumbai: Adelaide film festival launches biggest program yet September 12, 2018
    From The Babadook director Jennifer Kent’s new thriller to Willem Dafoe as Vincent Van Gogh, here are 10 must-sees on this year’s programFor a long time, the question of which film festivals in Australia were the most important and prestigious could be answered simply: the big ones in Melbourne or Sydney. In recent years, however, […]
    Luke Buckmaster
  • Destroyer review – Nicole Kidman transforms for bitter noir dirge September 11, 2018
    The Oscar winner takes on the role of a tortured detective in a grimy LA-set thriller that skirts around intriguing ideas but fails to pack a punchIt has not received quite as much hype as Matthew McConaughey’s McConaissance but Nicole Kidman’s return from the unfair brink of Hollywood purgatory has been one of the most […]
    Benjamin Lee