Once Were Warriors and more to screen at Aussie and Kiwi Film Fest

This year, the 5th edition of the wonderful Aussie and Kiwi Film Fest presents a diverse programme of Aussie and Kiwi culture, which includes traditional food, live music and dance, as well as the always impressive line-up of films, including a special screening of the Kiwi award-winning classic Once Were Warriors. The festival will take place in Kino Lucerna and Kino Ponrepo from November 2 - 7.

Films that changed my life: ‘Cloud Atlas’ and why I got it tattooed on my arm

You knew this was coming. It's long overdue. Every hardcore movie nerd has a tattoo of their favourite film, and they wear it with pride. Unlike most white opinionated male movie nerds between the ages of 30 to 40 however, my tattoos are not Star Wars related. No, my tattoo is one of those ones that people see and think 'wow, that's so detailed and interesting, and pretentious...', and they are absolutely right. I do have a pretentious movie tattoo, and I absolutely love it. Sorry.

KVIFF 2018: 23-year-old director Luke Sullivan on ‘Reflections in the Dust’

Australian director Luke Sullivan talks about his groundbreaking post-apocalyptic / documentary feature film Reflections in the Dust, which had its world premiere at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival this weekend.

In photos: on set for the final days of Václav Marhoul’s ‘The Painted Bird’

Recently, I had the privilege of visiting the set of one of the most exciting film projects shooting in the Czech Republic in recent years, WWII thriller The Painted Bird, based on the controversial WWII novel by Polish author and Jerzy Kosiński, and starring Harvey Keitel, Stellan Skarsgard, Julian Sands and the young Petr Kotlar as the Jewish boy forced to wander a war torn Eastern Europe.