Tag Archives: Christos Tsiolkas

November 19

Dead Europe – Tony Kravitz tells us we are what we believe. (Film Review)

I haven’t read the novel Dead Europe by Christos Tsiolkas, though I know at the time of its release there were quite a few people impressed with it. It has been a novel that can’t be adapted to the big screen, in the past, so now that I enjoyed the film, and would like to […]

Sydney Film Festival 6 June to 17 June 2012 – My home for the next 12 days.

Lucky lucky me starts my Sydney Film Festival experience tonight – hot hot hot on the heels of Cannes, I have several of the Cannes line-up and winners to see, as well as a slew of other wonderful films. Of particular interest is the films Holy Motors (trailer featured above) and “Moonrise Kingdon” as they […]