ASFF surveys the week’s cinema releases including Ron Howard’s documentary about the 2018 Californian wildfires, and Hong Khaou’s ‘Monsoon’, starring Henry Golding.
Taz Tron Delix talks to ASFF about his latest video, ‘Superheroes’, for British artist Stormzy, a powerful animated tale which draws from recent events including the Black Lives Matter protests.
ASFF surveys the week’s releases including Sarah Gavron’s energetic tale of London schoolgirls ‘Rocks’ and Rubika Shah’s award-winning Rock Against Racism documentary ‘White Riot’.
Rubika Shah’s debut feature documentary ‘White Riot’ is an electric portrait of Rock Against Racism, a British protest movement born in the 1970s that brought musicians together to fight prejudice.
Director Sarah Gavron returns with her new film ‘Rocks’, a rambunctious portrait of adolescent girls in London co-directed with Anu Henriques.
ASFF surveys the week’s releases including Sally Potter’s latest ‘The Roads Not Taken’, starring Javier Bardem, and a unique new documentary from Natalie Johns about composer Max Richter.
Czech actor-director Václav Marhoul delivers this stark adaptation of Jerzy Kosinski’s controversial 1965 novel about a young boy (Petr Kotlár) crossing war-torn Europe alone.
What’s new to the world of streaming? ASFF highlights the new shows on Netflix and Amazon Prime, including the remake of ‘Utopia’ and Antonio Campos’ latest, ‘The Devil All The Time.’
ASFF surveys the week’s film releases, coming to you both digitally and in cinemas, including the sumptuous Disney epic ‘Mulan’ and Brazilian drama ‘Socrates’.
Charlie Kaufman, the writer-director behind ‘Being John Malkovich’, returns with his new film ‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’, a tale of a couple on the verge of separation.
French filmmaker Ladj Ly delivers his stunning debut, ‘Les Misérables’, a story of police violence in the Parisian suburbs that won the Jury Prize in Cannes and was nominated for an Oscar.
With the autumn festival scene fast-approaching, ASFF takes a look at the new way films will be coming to audiences in a post-Covid world, with the BFI London Film Festival leading the charge.
ASFF surveys the week’s cinema and digital releases, including Christopher Nolan’s spectacular espionage tale ‘Tenet’ and William Nicholson’s marital drama ‘Hope Gap’.
Christopher Nolan, the director of ‘Inception’ and ‘Memento’, returns with his latest blockbuster ‘Tenet’, a brain-teasing epsionage tale starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson.
ASFF surveys the week’s new releases, including Thai-set crime epic ‘Sheep Without A Shepherd’ and delicate French tale ‘Perfumes’, as well as Iranian-Canadian production ‘Ava’.
Based on the 2013 Belgian film ‘Hasta La Vista’, Richard Wong’s comic road trip ‘Come As You Are’ stars Grant Rosenmeyer as Scotty, a quadriplegic on a mission to lose his virginity.
Richard Tanne returns with Chemical Hearts, a tale of adolescent love and grief starring Lili Reinhart as Grace, a teen with a tragic past who falls for fellow student Henry (Austin Adams).
ASFF examines the week’s film releases in cinemas and online, including critically-acclaimed Australian drama ‘Babyteeth’ and Matteo Garrone’s new version of ‘Pinocchio’.
Australian theatre and television director Shannon Murphy (‘Killing Eve’) turns to features with her big-screen debut, ‘Babyteeth’, starring Eliza Scanlen as a teenager with little time left.
Matteo Garrone, the Italian director of ‘Gomorrah’ and ‘Tale of Tales’, returns with ‘Pinocchio’, a new version of the children’s fable by Carlo Collodi starring Roberto Benigni.