Film Review: The Meaning of Vanlife

The Meaning of Vanlife is a visually stunning documentary from writer-director Jim Lounsbury. It explores the ‘vanlife movement’ that is gaining momentum on social media around the world as more and more people choose to abandon traditional homes and careers for life on the road.

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FilmApril Austen
AF French Film Festival: Revenge

Sometimes for a good film, it feels like we just have to suffer through some brutal scenes that really require some teeth-gritting. Directed by Coralie Fargeat, Revenge (2017) puts us through our paces, asking us to endure a brutal rape and attempted murder in exchange for the retribution of seeing the transgressors suffer at the hands of a woman who will not have her dignity taken from her. 

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FILM: Backtrack Boys

The documentary, Backtrack Boys is an ode to the healing powers of the Australian bush, hardworking dogs and the deep commitment of a man who gives a home and a purpose to the troubled youths that Australia doesn’t know what to do with. With its considered exploration of a critical and delicate topic, this feature length documentary  should be on every Australian’s watchlist.

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Film Review: Colette

With a unique focus on marital dysfunction, the corruption of power and the temptation of sexual awakening,  Colette stands out as a prominent piece of French biography…

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Nick Angus
VR Film Review: 30 Minutes of Danger

You are Nassim, a teenaged boy, alone at home with a technician who reveals she has poisoned you. She holds the antidote and demands you tell her where the ‘bloodstone’ is, in exchange for your life. The problem is, this is a case of mistaken identity. You only have 28 minutes.

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Maria Konidaris
Film Review: Robin Hood

Naturally, you may be thinking, “Do we really need another Robin Hood film? Didn’t the story get butchered by Russel Crowe only recently?” and if this film is anything to go by then the answer is…

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FilmJess Irvine