Awards Season, Reviews / 08.10.2021

For over two decades, the world has watched in horror at the news of yet another shooting inside an American school. From Columbine and Sandy Hook to Parkland and Virginia Tech, the number of shootings and the growing death toll is too painful to even fathom. There's a whole generation of children who have sadly grown accustomed to school shootings being a reality of their formative years to the point active shooter drills are now necessary to prepare American kids for the very real possibility of a shooting...

Reviews / 27.08.2021

Swimming is intrinsically linked to everyday life in Australia. Most Aussie kids learn to swim from the moment they can walk, so it's surprising swimming is a rare setting for Australian cinema. But writer/director Tyson Wade Johnston's Streamline isn't a celebration of swim culture. It's an unflinching portrait of the brutal nature of professional sport and the toxic masculinity that saturates it. A supremely impressive directorial debut from Johnston, Streamline is a powerful, pertinent work that refuses to pull any punches. Led by a breakthrough performance from Levi Miller...