Hard-working filmmakers and animators within the Perth suburbs got the spotlight at one of very few short film festivals.
“Your twenties are great, but then your thirties come around the corner like a garbage truck at 5 a.m.”
One to see if you’re a fan of Wes Anderson, animation in general, or just dogs.
“Overall, this is more of a film you pay money to watch at the cinema to stand up for equal rights and to be there for your gay friend.”
“It’s mainly for someone who loves retro games and classic nostalgic films, but it can also be something for the whole family to enjoy. It will definitely be a box office favourite with the various references thrown across the screen.”
“I think her mainstream fan-base would be about as out of touch with enjoying this film as a government agency using floppy disks in the 21st Century.”
Aardman bring us a new feature with nice clay animation and charm, even though its story and characters are about as old as the Stone Age.
An uncomfortable yet necessary film, Get Out is disturbing, complex and ruthlessly honest.
The man behind BBC Show “The Thick of It” turns to creating political humour from one of the darkest points in history.
If the premier is any indication of what’s to come, this is not something you should miss out on.