Author: Ella Pace

Review: Ingrid Goes West

Ingrid Goes West is written and directed by indie newcomer Matt Spicer (It’s You, Not Me) and produced by the film’s star Aubrey Plaza....

Review: 20th Century Women

20th Century Women is a semi-autobiographical film by writer-director Mike Mills (Beginners, Thumbsucker). Set in 1979, the film centres on an unconventional family living...

Academy Awards Round-Up

The Academy Awards seem to have crept up on all of us this year, probably due to the distractions of “real world” issues. Nonetheless,...

Review: Fences: “Viola Davis shines”

Fences is a screen adaptation of August Wilson’s renowned play of the same name. Directed by Denzel Washington (The Great Debaters, Antwone Fisher) who...

Review: La Danseuse/The Dancer

La Danseuse, translating to The Dancer, is a French biographical drama written and directed by newcomer Stéphanie Di Giusto. The film recounts the artistic life...

Review: Lion

Lion is an Australian production based upon Saroo Brierley’s memoir ‘A Long Way Home’. Directed by relative newcomer Garth Davis and written for the...

Review: Jackie

Jackie is an atypical biopic seen through the eyes of Jacqeline Kennedy (Natalie Portman). Then main framing of the story follows the events which...

Review(s): La La Land

Somehow, 1950’s and ‘60’s musicals have decided to return to the modern era (all of the ridiculous dancing of that time, with none of...

Review: Paterson

Paterson is an independent film by writer/director Jim Jarmusch (Dead Man, Only Lovers Left Alive). Having been heavily featured throughout international film festivals including...