I look forward in anticipation to AF French Film Festival annually and between opening night to the closing film there is a lot to see including my quick 6 pick
A splendid documentary about a Chart of Hell drawn by Renaissance artist Sandro Botticelli to illustrate Divina Commedia by Florence’s humanist, Dante Alighieri
Troy Maxson (Denzel Washington) in the film Fences proves nurture wins over nature when a family is subjected to prolonged daily verbal abuse, never redeemable
The feel good movie of the year Hidden Figures is bound for the Oscars and what a turn up it will be if it snatches Best Picture away from other main contenders
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28th Alliance Francaise French Film Festival celebrating a good year will commence in Australian capital cities; Sydney on 7 March and Melbourne on 8 March 2017
Casey Affleck plays a reluctant guardian reflecting on loss in the Academy Award nominated picture by writer-director Kenneth Lonergan, Manchester by the Sea
Art is a visible expression of something profound and invisible, and my number one movie for 2016 Paterson fits this analogy as I reflect on an outstanding year
Moonlight, the Golden Globe award winning best movie of 2016 is a raw, emotional truly agonizing tale of one man’s search to find out who he is and to find love
Playing one of the most famous women of influence in recent history American First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Natalie Portman reveals as an actress she is fearless
Like the stanza of a poem, Paterson the movie is peppered with humour, irony, drama and pathos, emotions integral to nurturing Paterson and his daily existence
LION starring Dev Patel and Sunny Pawar tells an amazing tale about a lost young child in India who as an adult takes a voyage of the heart to find his way home
The 74th annual Golden Globe awards for both movie and television were held in Hollywood with popular host Jimmy Fallon as presenter on Sunday 8th January, 2017
Bringing freedom of choice to his people King Sereste Khama of Bechuanaland and his English wife Ruth establish democracy and prove love never goes out of style
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas, and Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in the delightful La La Land starting on Boxing Day, will create stars in many eyes
Rogue One Director Gareth Edwards has creatively crafted a clever adult Star Wars story, one for all those who remain young at heart, may the force be with you!