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*** THE GUARDIAN


9/10 TheReelWord.net



INGRID GOES WEST


“A stinging little dose of social (media) commentary…goes to some highly provocative, bur very relevant places.”

Leigh Paatsch - HERALD SUN


“Spot On – An Insta #Classic” Jason "Jabba” Davis –  WEEKEND SUNRISE


**** (4 stars) Vicky Roach - THE DAILY TELEGRAPH (SUNDAY)


**** (4 stars) “…whip-smart satire…writer/director Matt Spicer has brilliantly savaged online culture, West Coast hipsters and LA-Cool™ CIAO MAGAZINE


“…a sharp assessment of how the digital revolution is altering the lives of younger people.” Stephen Romei – THE AUSTRALIAN


“…fiercely satirical…a black comedy for the Instagram age.” EUREKA STREET


“…a biting and smart assessment of the carefully curated social media personalities so present in this day and age…" FILM FOCUS


“…a wonderful social satire…” SWITCH


“…hits a very specific bullseye.  I found the film rather terrifying and certainly urgent.” FILM MAFIA


“…a smart social media satire, a dark millennial comedy that’s an impressive debut.” FILMBERG  


“…a darkly funny cautionary tale…wryly observational about society’s fixation with social media…” FILMINK


“…the 2017 satire that this world truly deserves…” MY CITY LIFE 


"Ingrid Goes West is not exactly doing something new; it’s just doing it with exquisite shrewdness and a lot more depth, making us both laugh and think.” REELGOOD



GOD'S OWN COUNTRY


'God's Own Country has echoes of Brokeback Mountain, set in Yorkshire.' SMH


'A Powerful, Heartfelt Piece of Cinema.' TheReelWord.net


'Francis Lee: Breaking The Mountain' FILMINK



THE TIME OF THEIR LIVES


'Joan Collins in The Time of Their Lives: a star's return to the screen.' THE AGE

'On the release of his latest film, veteran Italian actor Franco Nero takes us through a selection of his back pages.' THE AUSTRALIAN


'The Time of Their Lives: Golden oldies’ excellent adventure' WARCRY



WHITNEY: CAN I BE ME


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**** SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

 

“…fascinating and unsettling.” THE AUSTRALIAN


'Whitney Houston: the trouble behind the talent' SUNRISE - 7 network


'Whitney: Can I Be Me review: All the talent and none of the ability to cope' SYDNEY MORNING HERALD


“Whether Whitney was gay was neither here nor there to me” Broomfield says WSFM 101.7


"Whitney: Can I Be Me is a harrowing, uncompromising, beautifully crafted portrait of the deeply flawed pop princess." FILMINK


'Legendary documentarian Nick Broomfield chats to Anthony Carew about how he was determined to depict the late star in an honest and raw light.' themusic.com.au


'Explosive claims about the life of iconic singer Whitney Houston will be aired in a new documentary, Whitney: 'Can I Be Me'. MARIE CLAIRE


'Jim Schembri interviews Nick Broomfield about his extraordinary documentary' 3AW



HANDSOME DEVIL


"Handsome Devil film director John Butler finds his own voice on the field" THE AGE


"A warm blanket of a high school comedic drama.” FILMINK



AFTER THE STORM


"This Tender Drama Is One of His Best" IndieWire



THE INNOCENTS


“ heart-wrenching **** (4 Stars) SWITCH


“ RECOMMENDED” 4/5 LOTL


“ a film that should remain with its audience for a considerable time.” LOTL


**** (4 Stars) EMPIRE


“ deeply affecting.” EMPIRE


****1/2 stars THE LOWDOWN UNDER


“ always compelling one of the best films of the year.” THE LOWDOWN UNDER



PERSONAL SHOPPER


“ **** a love letter to..the remarkable Kristen Stewart. You just can’t take your eyes off her.” THE AUSTRALIAN

 

“4.5 stars compelling bold gripping " SUNDAY AGE  / THE SUN-HERALD

 

“4.5 stars.  Kristen Stewart and Olivier Assayas have created a film that is strange and scary and sad where all the lines are crossed.” SUNDAY AGE  / THE SUN-HERALD

 

“4.5 stars” themusic.com.au

 

“4.5 stars .may be his (Assayas) most distinct, singular idiosyncratic film” themusic.com.au


“Ethereal, mesmerising, hauntingly good and personally shocking put Personal Shopper on your must see shopping list.” SYDNEY ARTS GUIDE


“..haunting and beautiful, thought-provoking and conversation-evoking...a must see." moviehole.net

 

“ **** another virtuoso performance from Kristen Stewart” THE LOWDOWN UNDER

 

“ **** an intensely moving and unnerving experience " THE LOWDOWN UNDER


“ CAPTIVATING a stylish, complex, and experimental blend of psychological drama meets supernatural thriller.” TheReelWord.net

 

“ Stewart’s sublime.” TheReelWord.net

 

“ captivating dances brilliantly between emotions” TheReelWord.net

 

Personal Shopper is a compelling piece of cinema." TheReelWord.net



A MAN CALLED OVE


**** THE AGE

 

**** SYDNEY MORNING HERALD


**** sure to be remembered as one of cinema’s most-loved, grumpy old men.” THE WEST AUSTRALIAN

 

“ a beautifully nuanced performance from veteran Swedish actor Rolf Lassgard” THE DAILY TELEGRAPH, SUNDAY


“ a mighty performance from Lassgard” HERALD SUN / THE ADVERTISER / THE DAILY TELEGRAPH / COURIER MAIL

 

**** EMPIRE


triumphantly highlights the spontaneity of life.” FILMINK


“4.5 out of 5.  A Man Called Ove is a must for your film-good film list.” WARCRY (THE SALVATION ARMY)

 

“ powerfully affecting exceedingly touching” EUREKA STREET


“ a life-affirming tale with universal appeal that should resonate strongly with audiences.” THE BLURB

 

'A Man Called Ove manages to be completely endearing.' TheReelWord.net

 

“should have no trouble charming the pants off Aussie audiences.” THE LOWDOWN UNDER

 

“ Ove is a great comic creation” THE LOWDOWN UNDER



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