Marion Cotillard plays a woman who has a weekend to convince her co-workers to forego a pay rise in order to save her job in the latest film from perennial Cannes favourites the Dardenne brothers.
The gulf between the Gallipoli campaign and the theatre of modern war may span a century, but actor/producer Sam Worthington, currently filming the television drama Deadline Gallipoli, says the struggle to find the truth in war reportage remains as challenging today as it was in 1915.
The latest film from Japanese director Naomi Kawase is a beautiful meditation on life and death and mankind’s cosmic relation to nature.
Australia's media watchdog has reprimanded Channel Seven's Today Tonight for inaccurately suggesting a doctor treated his dying mother with prayer and hymns, rather than medical care.
A patron of a bondage club agrees to let the dominatrices attack him any place, any time in this tense, repetitive and strangely fascinating comedy from Japan.
A documentary about the work and life of Australian experimental filmmaker Dirk de Bruyn, screening with his latest short work.
This Korean film about a female police officer in a small fishing village is restrained in style but powerful in its critique of the country's patriarchy.
A bleakly comic South Korean thriller that follows a police detective as his day goes from bad to worse.
Kiefer Sutherland's 24 co-star Louis Lombardi says he's "one of the most professional actors ever", following an attack by Freddie Prinze Jr that Sutherland's attitude on set nearly caused him to quit acting.
A new take on a famous martial arts fantasy is handsome but never inspired.