By John Murphy
This was the first thing that struck me when watching Widows – the new film from Steve McQueen, and the first since his Oscar-winning 12 Years A Slave. I think we can agree that these are manifestly different films, but from the first frame it possessed that same visceral realism of his earlier work. Continue reading
Craig Douglas highlights his top films of the year for 2016
Turns a truly grim subject matter into something strangely uplifting with one of the best child performances ever committed to celluloid from Jacob Trembly. Continue reading
Paul McKenzie highlights his top films of the year for 2016
With the New Year well under way its appropriate that we take a look back and pick some of our favourite films from the past 12 months. Looking back allows us to choose from a variety of different types of cinema. Here are my personal favourites viewed in 2016. Continue reading
Marek Robert highlights his top 5 film scores of the year for 2016.
The Neon Demon
Every time a new Cliff Martinez score is announced it’s almost guaranteed to be included in my favourite scores of the year and his score for Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest feature The Neon Demon is no exception. Continue reading
Australian composer Michael Fugucio, aka Vi-Res, is part of a new exciting generation of soundtrack composers whose styles echo that of the classic horror and sci-fi genre movies of the 70’s and 80’s. Vi-Res already has three releases under his belt; the Imaginary scores The First People and Sunstar, as well as the recently released Lost Score, his unused score for an upcoming Australian Continue reading
Independent Filmmaker Scott Crawford is the man behind one of the most interesting documentaries of 2014, SALAD DAYS: A DECADE OF PUNK IN WASHINGTON, DC (1980-90).
Salad Days is a film that examines the early DIY punk scene in Washington DC, exploring the musical and cultural legacy that it forged. A host of interesting contributors allows the audience to get a full understanding of what was going on in Washington at the time. Continue reading