Ed Gibbs writes widely across film, music and television, and covers the world’s biggest film festivals – including Sundance, Cannes, Venice and Toronto – for Fairfax’s stable of print and digital mastheads.
Ed Gibbs French star Vincent Cassel’s performance in Partisan sees up-and-coming director Ariel Kleiman joining the elite at Sundance
Shining in Sundance
Ed Gibbs Nicole Kidman looks set to prove her critics wrong, with her performance in the new Aussie thriller Strangerland drawing a rapturous reception from audiences at the Sundance film festival in Utah.
Jake Gyllenhaal taps his inner psycho for Nightcrawler: 'I don't think this experience will ever go away completely'
Ed Gibbs Jake Gyllenhaal says his roving TV cameraman on the trail of tragedy is like a coyote - and a lot like the real thing.
Ecstatic reception for Kill Me Three Times as Red Dog director Kriv Stenders leads Aussie assault in Toronto
Ed Gibbs Red Dog director Kriv Stenders leads the Aussie charge with a deranged comedy thriller at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
Venice Film Festival
Ed Gibbs As she wows crowds at Venice Film Festival, the legendary French actress Catherine Deneuve says she doesn't plan on retiring anytime soon.
Venice Film Festival
Ed Gibbs The world's most liveable city takes centre stage at the world's longest-running film festival.
Ed Gibbs Ryan Gosling remains defiant despite his directorial debut managing to top Grace of Monaco as the worst-reviewed film at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
Ed Gibbs Sly and Arnie inadvertently let slip their bitter rivalry, more than 20 years after their action-hero heydays.
Ed Gibbs Actor-director John Turturro sought the wise counsel of a man who epitomises the Big Apple.
Ed Gibbs Felicity Jones is a study in the downtrodden woman onscreen, but the English rose is a far cry from that offscreen.
Ed Gibbs Ralph Fiennes puts aside Charles Dickens' reputation as a model of Victorian probity in a look behind closed doors.
Ed Gibbs A much-delayed cash-in on a uniquely Australian premise, which had its day years ago.
Ed Gibbs Without Christian Bale, this film would be forgettable, consigned to straight-to-DVD bargain bins.
Ed Gibbs A well-intentioned, if overly familiar, blue-collar drama that bristles with energy whenever Christian Bale appears on screen.
Ed Gibbs Wolf Creek 2 is an overdone affair that tries too hard without matching the horrors of the 2005 original.
Ed Gibbs Alexander Payne's labour of love is a true American dream, an ode to the desolate wheat belt told with wit and candour.
Ed Gibbs This is a rare delight of a film, harking back to a golden era of American cinema.
Ed Gibbs Beyond all the noise of the Vegas strip lies a buddy comedy with a bit of heart.
Ed Gibbs This could well be Matthew McConaughey's most affecting on-screen turn yet.
Ed Gibbs Portraying Winnie Mandela took a toll on Naomie Harris, but at least she came away with her subject's blessing.