In October last year at LFF, I saw Warwick Thornton’s Sweet Country and was completely blown away. Stunning cinematography comes together with a story full of truth and heartache to create one of this year’s finest films. I found the work deeply moving as it engages with the complex and painful history of Australia. WithContinue reading “Sweet Country Video Essay”
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Pioneering Women and Getting the Hell Out of There
I had the pleasure of serving as a mentor on the critics campus at this year’s Melbourne International Film Festival. Following the festival, I wrote about the extraordinary Pioneering Women programme for Desist Film. Also screening at the festival was Kriv Stenders’ new film, Australia Day, which I found surprisingly affecting.