Glen Falkenstein delivers the latest #SFF2015 review, “Women He’s Undressed”, which covers the life and impact of Australian-born Orry-Kelly – one of Hollywood’s most influential costume designers.
In a jarring homage to Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo, Phoenix,Glen Falkenstein finds that like so many of the great director’s thrillers, Phoenix is all about the ending.
SFF’s The Smell of Us, although slightly chaotic, had Glen Falkenstein leaving the cinema feeling it might be the most confronting film you will see at this year’s festival.
Having seen Far from the Madding Crowd at this year’s SFF, Glen Falkenstein concludes that sometimes, casting just works.
Julia Mendel reviews Snowpiercer, Joon-ho Bong’s sci-fi thriller set in a world where an experiment to combat global warming has put the planet in a permanent deep freeze.
As part of TBS coverage of the Sydney Film Festival 2014, Paul Bugeja reviews Eastern Boys, an urban tale of the dispossessed directed by Robin Campillo.
From Lara Logan and her inaccurate reporting over Benghazi, to Republican Presidential nominee in-fighting, Richard Jackson drops his favourite reads of the fortnight…
David Michod’s “The Rover” lies at the heart of the 2014 Sydney Film Festival, but PB is heading to Blacktown to catch up with an old “friend” by the name of Leatherface.