Month: July 2016

Doused in lust and obsession, Vertigo remains one of cinema’s defining mystery films by revealing Hitchcock’s darkest fantasies. Zachary Cruz-Tan Vertigo is possibly the greatest of Alfred Hitchcock’s films because...
Equal parts revolutionary and risqué in its time, Psycho has gone on to embed itself in our collective cinematic lexicon and reshape horror for over half a century. Rhys Graeme-Drury...
Revelation Film Festival crowd-pleaser Get Your Shorts On! came to town last week. Here's the lowdown on the best of the best in short filmmaking in WA right now. Josip...
It's that time of year again! The Scandinavian Film Festival has returned to Perth to quench any cultural cravings you may be experiencing during the gap between seasons of  Travis...
Rhys Graeme-Drury Primetime television drama has been proven to be an effective staging ground for Susanna White’s silver screen career; the veteran British director is best known for her work...
If we could bend time and space by driving around in a DeLorean, then we would go back and see everything that Revelation has to offer! But sadly, as we...