Baker's adaptation of the Tim Winton novel had its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.
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.
The story of Beatriz at Dinner began with Salma Hayek herself.
Stephen McCallum was still cutting his movie when he learned it had been selected.
The sexualisation of society is explored in 7 Pleasures.
Blade Runner 2049 has to offer something more complicated than bad guys smashing through a skyscraper window, but director Denis Villeneuve can do just that.
Lucky, starring David Lynch and Harry Dean Stanton, has been a hit at both the Melbourne and Locarno film festivals this year.
James Bond, who? Stephanie Bunbury examines the female spies who have have captured crooks, and hearts, on movie and television screens.
Three women age together in this study of a ''second family''.
A simple image and an argument with his wife formed the genesis of director David Lowery's haunting film.
In one extraordinary gesture, a revered printmaker has transformed the gallery's collection of post-war American art.