Many reporters said the second series of Top of the Lake was the best thing they saw at Cannes.
Stephanie Bunbury joined Fairfax after studying fine arts and film at university, but soon discovered her inner backpacker and obeyed that call. She has spent the past two decades flitting between Europe and Australia, writing about film, culture high and low and the arts.
Director cast her as a middle-aged punk because nobody else was as game to take on outrageous roles.
At the age of 50, the actress is on fire with boundless energy for wide-ranging projects.
Mystery still surrounds the life and death of one of the 20th century's greatest poets.
Downton Abbey's Hugh Bonneville courts controversy by taking on a divisive figure from India and Britain's shared history.
Kelly Reichardt's Certain Women portrays Americana, but not as we've come to know it.
Hot on the heels of that awkward Oscars moment, Hollywood legend Warren Beatty returns to the screen.
Riding high on the success of her Oscar-nominated role in Elle, the woman some call the world's greatest says actors are born, not made.
A decade ago journalist Stephanie Bunbury witnessed Irish comedian David O'Doherty's self-confessed worst gig ever. But as she tells it, it wasn't so bad.
Creating a bridge between cultures motivated French director Francois Ozon to make Frantz.