Released on DVD by Umbrella Entertainment, Sunday Too Far Away is a classic of 1970s Australian cinema.
Strength defines us.
A journey through a century of British queer history by means of the archive.
They aren't pets. They aren't even dogs anymore. They're warriors, and they come back with all the same issues we do.
A poetic journey through the capital.
Six decades later, Ice Cold in Alex is still worth waiting for.
A comedy of tragic proportions or should that be the other way around?
Three women share an apartment in Tel Aviv and try to find a balance in between modern society and religious tradition.
Australia Day continues with Ali's Wedding, a romantic comedy which shows that truth is stranger than fiction, on DVD from Madman Entertainment.
The adventures of Jed Sawyer.
George A. Romero's 'forgotten' features are well worth a look.
Gorgeous cinematography is really all Terrence Malick’s tedious film has to offer us…
Stephen Page's dance-based film Spear, showing in London at the Origins Film Festival.
Ben Pinsent takes a look at the home release of Denial to ask why this movie was denied an Oscar
Ben Pinsent hops on a train with Jackie Chan, in his new film Railroad Tigers, to ask if he is still the little train that can?
Will Ben Pinsent survive the home release of The Void?
So an Easter themed horror film, The Beaster Bunny directed by the Snygg Brothers, what could go wrong?
Love, obsession and betrayal are all on the menu in this admirable film noir
Ellen Burstyn won an Oscar for Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, directed by Martin Scorsese and on DVD from the BFI.
Martin Scorsese's feature debut, with Harvey Keitel, comes to UK DVD from the BFI.