The movie spotlights the powerful advocacy of ACT UP activists during the AIDS crisis.
As Pixar's latest animation film, 'Coco', takes its audience to the Land of the Dead, Robbie Collin looks at films that introduce youngsters to mortality.
Director Josh Weinstein discusses his fascinating new film Menashe, which is based on the life of its Orthodox star, Menashe Lustig, and uses mostly amateur actors.
Greta Gerwig has expressed regret over working with director Woody Allen, saying that her actions "increased another woman's pain".
Horror movie trailer sparks criticism from father whose daughter attacked a classmate, inspired by the fictional character.
Jose Maria Cabral spent a year inside a prison to research and shoot his film Woodpeckers. But most of his cast are still there.
Making independent films anywhere is never easy, but it's that much harder in a country embroiled in a debt crisis.
French filmmaker Stephanie Di Giusto highlights the legacy of dancer Loie Fuller in new biopic.
Stanley Tucci, actor and director, has always visited galleries and museums, and always painted so his new film, Final Portrait, about the great Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti seems perfect for him.
Could Margot Robbie be skating her way to an Oscars win?
The heartwarming comedy has been judged the best Australian feature by our critics, the latest in a string of prizes.
Some people might have called in the lawyers. This Australian filmmaker made a movie about it, with a pirate as his hero.
Former actor turned documentary maker Luke Walker backed the wrong horse in the US election, and his film was the winner.
The comic, writer and director has made a film about "Australia in a tent".
After a three-year hiatus the Brisbane International Film Festival is back with a bang.
You're unlikely to see a better Algerian movie this year than Karim Moussaoui's debut.
Two artists travel rural France plastering houses, barns and bars with portraits.
Francis Lee's story of two shepherds has its own very different rhythms and colours.
The success of Orlando had Hollywood calling, but the maverick British filmmaker had other ideas.
Filmmakers have long fed our fears about what might be.
The mysteries of the woods feature in several of this year's MIFF films.
Direct from Cannes, Radiance continues Naomi Kawase's uneasy relationship with critics.
Critics' picks for the Melbourne International Film Festival.
The 66th Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF), which begins on Thursday, is a screen summit large enough to be daunting, yet still accessible enough to be inviting. With such a diverse selection of features to choose from, the hardest thing is getting started. Here are eight worthy titles I've seen in advance that can get you under way:
Gamers started it, and now filmmakers are exploring virtual reality as a way to make a story more powerful.