Tag Archives: Cannes

SFF: Holy Motors – Leos Carax and the question of Free Will

Up until last night, Faust was the best film I had seen at the Sydney film Festival  – a film I have yet to review on the blog here.  That’s all changed after seeing Holy Motors. This is easily the best film of the festival. To award it the Palm d’ Or would have been […]

SFF: Amour – Michael Haneke and the question of the end.

I saw Amour last night at the Sydney Film Festival and I am still wrapped up in its world. What a delicate, beautifully made film – one completely deserving its accolades and applause.  There is little to say that hasn’t already been said about this film – and it isn’t due for release till after […]