Ayten Amin’s Souad is given the critical treatment by four of our 2021 Critics Campus participants: Tiia Kelly, Hassan Abul, Vyshnavee Wijekumar and Ying-Di Yin.
An interview with MIFF Accelerator Lab alumnus Aaron Wilson on recreating 1970s Australia in period drama Little Tornadoes.
Theo Anthony’s All Light, Everywhere receives some critical attention from four of our 2021 Critics Campus participants: Muhib Nabulsi, Jared Richards, Charlotte Daraio and Louise Cain.
Critics Campus 2021 participant Ying-Di Yin examines the portrayals of death, diaspora and family in I Was a Simple Man.
A chat with director Christopher Amos on his biographical account of human rights activist Peter Tatchell and the activism that inspires him.
Critics Campus 2021 participant Charlotte Daraio explores humour, versatility and gender politics via Language Lessons, The Nowhere Inn and Together Together.
Critics Campus 2021 participant Vyshnavee Wijekumar speaks to Palazzo di Cozzo director Madeleine Martiniello about Franco Cozzo’s legacy, community and the changing face of Melbourne.
Critics Campus 2021 participant Louise Cain dissects the depictions of class conflict, trans identity and the supernatural in Madalena.
A conversation with writer/director Trevor Graham about the final instalment in his culinary trilogy and featuring food on film as a vehicle for larger issues.
Critics Campus 2021 participant Hassan Abul discusses migration, nostalgia and ownership – of objects and stories – as explored in Palazzo di Cozzo.