Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski's Cold War is a film close to his heart and his home.
The film Yuli tells Acosta's life story but, he says, it shares many similarities with the experiences of other Cubans.
But fellow Australian A-List contenders Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman and Toni Collette suffered setbacks.
The various iterations of Spider-Man that have made it to the big screen in recent years haven't rung a lot of changes on the wish-fulfilment fantasy of a masked hero swinging between New York skyscrapers and saving the day.
"There has been an assumption in the industry that female-led films were generally less successful."
Roma is a breathtaking movie, and it's best seen on the big screen, even if we have Netflix to thank for it.
"Wildly miscast, she turns the accomplished queen into a vain old crone."
The film marks an intriguing new stage in Hollywood's ongoing effort to figure out what action movies about women (and aimed at them) should look like.
From the "War on Christmas" to Baby, It's Cold Outside and Love Actually, there's an endless supply of Christmas debates to be had.
Out pick of what's showing on the big screen this week
It's only the second time in history a film studio has earned $7 billion USD in ticket sales.
Close viewings of 24 Bond movies from 1962 to 2015 show the secret agent has engaged in some very dangerous activity while inebriated.
There's a lot to be said for having all your books, movies and music in digital form. But there are reasons to be wary, too.
The film is a fine imagining of Philip Reeve's dystopian universe.
French director Gaspar Noe divides audiences between the compelled and the repelled.
He is Hollywood’s most appealing man probably because he is Hollywood’s least threatening man.
''I love telling stories about people who don’t have a voice,” says Melbourne filmmaker Sue Thomson.
A chick flick but not a romantic comedy, this is the latest in a Hollywood cycle of films about women in the world of business.
The movie is like a rerun of Quentin Tarantino's Inglorious Basterds, with even more gory effects and hammier plot.
Director Warwick Thornton's western has claimed best film, director and four other trophies at the country's leading film and television awards.
At least there's one character to love in Elliot the Littlest Reindeer; otherwise it's just another mediocre animated family film.
Nance Peck proves to be a particularly hard sell when she and other "elders of the LGBTI+ community" are invited to the Coming Back Out Ball at Melbourne Town Hall.
Anybody contemplating a literary career should be sat down and forced to watch Marielle Heller's Can You Ever Forgive Me?.
The free-thinking literary giant even managed to scandalise the French.
A new wave of superheroes is proud to be Australian.