The curtain rises on the GFF, with a bigger-than-ever offering of premieres, events and screenings across the city.
We wish a happy 50th birthday to Fellini’s classic film about a director experiencing creative block, which premiered in Italy half a century ago.
Curator Rebecca Vick introduces Penny Woolcock’s hard-hitting early newsreel about the effects of unemployment on a community.
Iconic studio portrait shots of one of Hollywood’s most striking, but troubled leading men.
Curator Catherine McGahan explains how the steel industry documentary When the Dog Bites found filmmaker Penny Woolcock moving in a new, more experimental direction.
Why a weekend of documentaries by Anand Patwardhan is an unmissable opportunity to catch up with a passionate chronicler of modern India.