Podcasts have helped US director Kevin Smith, the man behind indie hits Chasing Amy and Clerks, to re-assess his filmmaking.
Philippa Hawker Tired of the teenage girls she grew up watching, the in-demand English actress embraced her complex character in The Diary Of A Teenage Girl.
Karl Quinn The band biopic is a little-explored sub-genre, but when they get it right it can be a beautiful thing.
Michael Idato Period drama is tried and tested but cybercrime is the winner of these two series dallying with dangerously old-fashioned ideas.
Philippa Hawker Beyond the two-dimensional characters of most teen movies, a few films find a deeper truth.
Various Critics' picks to keep you entertained.
Philippa Hawker Despite the controversy that has sometimes surrounded the founding figures of West Coast rap, this biopic is a deliberately conventional tale.
Ebony Bowden Australian lovers of Sherlock have long had to admire the show from afar, but a special one-off event is bringing the creators and stars of the show Down Under.
Garry Maddox A former property developer has spent eight years and a huge sum of money to see a hit play become an Australian film.
Tope Ogundare Writer-director Sean Baker photographed Tangerine using only three 5s iPhones.