Quentin Tarantino wrote the scripts for two of his blockbusters – True Romance and Natural Born Killers – whilst working in a video shop...
Steven Soderbergh rose to fame at the tender age of 26 in 1986 when his indie drama Sex, Lies, and Videotape won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival...
We have looked at nearly 100 films that tackle the issues. Some see climate change as real and problematic, some are dramas with climate change as a theme, and a few reflect the climate change sceptic camp one way or another...
Film auteur Martin Scorsese is one of the legendary writers and directors of the Hollywood film system, responsible for genre-defining films like Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and, more recently, the Wold of Wall Street.
Nicholas D. Wrathall grew up in Sydney, Australia, but has made his mark as a writer, director and producer of films in America, where his award-winning documentary Gore Vidal – the United States of Amnesia, has won much acclaim.
His first feature-length documentary, When My Sorrow Died: The Legend Of Armen Ra & The Theremin (2014), has been highly acclaimed, winning Best Film and Best International Documentary at the 2014 Byron Bay Film Festival, Director’s Choice at Illuminate Film Festival, Winner.
Filmmaker Guy Ritchie is celebrated for writing and directing crime comedy movies. Born in England in 1968, he launched his career with heist film ‘Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels’. Based on a $1.35 million budget, it was a box office hit and grossed $28.3 million.
Don Hall and Chris Williams are the co-directors of the Oscar-award winning animated film, Big Hero 6, which won at the 87th Academy Awards. It also won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and received nominations for the Annie Award for Best Animated Feature, the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film, and the BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film.
John Rado has been involved in film, theatre & television since 1981. He has a post graduate diploma in directing from NIDA.
A film about Joseph Tusiani, a recognized exceptional and international classicist and contemporary poet and lives in New York City.
The Bimblebox Refuge lies in the path of the earths largest coal mines. One woman, Paola Cassoni, decides to resist the "China First" project that will destroy her Nature Refuge and supply energy to Asia for the next thirty years.
Government secrecy in the US is a leviathan. SECRECY explores and exposes this unknown world.
The Kids Britain Doesn't Want follows the personal stories of three young people seeking asylum in Britain.
NYC painter Jimmy Ernst is linked, on several narrative levels, with his upbringing and his apprenticeship to the one-of-a-kind famous print-making shop Augustine, in Glückstadt, Germany.
Utilising eyewitness accounts and unseen footage, this film is a valuable historical reference of what really happened during and immediately after the Chernobyl Nuclear accident in 1986.
'The Man Who Stole My Mother's Face' is a sobering tale of survival, strength, healing and redemption from Australian filmmaker Cathy Henkel. It's her amazing story about hope and love, and ultimately, the search for justice.
An unforgettable journey deep into the heart of remote Aboriginal Australia. Hailed by critics as Australia's "Inconvenient Truth", it is a cry for justice and survival by the oldest living culture in the world.
A middle-class white guy comes to grips with Peak Oil, Climate Change, Mass Extinction, Population Overshoot and the end of the American lifestyle.
This is the struggle of the Mirrar people against the Jabiluka Uranium mine... Jabiluka is about us, blackfellas, whitefellas together...and our belief in the future of our nation...
Months after Hosni Mubarak stepped down, Egyptians country-wide seem determined to maintain the insurgency until their demands are met