From the great to the shocking, here’s a round up of what I was writing about in August.
Small Town Killers (2017, Dir: Ole Bornedal) – ‘Your enjoyment will vary depending on how you feel about slumming it with the darker side of suburbia.’ Full review at filmink.com.au.
Ben Elton’s Three Summers of Love, Racism, Social Comment and Satire – Interview with Three Summers actors, Robert Sheehan and Rebecca Breeds. Full interview at filmink.com.au.
Bastardy (2008, Dir: Amiel Courtin-Wilson) – ‘Nearly ten years on from its release, Bastardy is still a powerful, bittersweet but optimistic watch about one of the biggest trailblazers in the acting world and indigenous rights.’ Full review at filmink.com.au.
The Silent Eye (2017, Dir: Amiel Courtin-Wilson) – ‘The Silent Eye is as much a monument to friendship as it is to gestation of creativity.’ Full review at filmink.com.au.
Three Summers (2017, Dir: Ben Elton) – ‘Uses the microcosm of a WA folk festival to pick at the scabs of Australia’s political climate.’ Full review at filmink.com.au.
Handsome Devil (2016, Dir: John Butler) – ‘A warm blanket of a film that manages to tackle sexuality and homophobia with a surprisingly light, but not ineffectual, tone.’ Full review at filmink.com.au.