Tim Wardle’s documentary follows the real-life story of identical triplets separated at birth and reunited in adulthood.
Possessing an impressive young cast and some genuinely surprising twists, TO DREAM is a tightly plotted and emotionally charged debut. Joseph McLauchlan reviews.
REVENIR is a ruthlessly interrogative documentary and the Document 2018 Jury Award winner. Naomi Gessesse reviews a film that challenges the audience to consider who has the right to tell a story.
Starr Wu’s bold move to adapt one of the most important texts of Chinese literature into a contemporary story reflecting the Grindr generation falls short of its own ambition. Serena Scateni reviews at SQIFF18.
DISOBEDIENCE would have been a much more captivating tale of forbidden love if only it had freed itself of its own limitations. Serena Scateni reviews.
Chris Dobson examines the films screened at the opening night of SQIFF 2018.
Two short films making up the SCOTCH PORN program at SQIFF 2018 should prove a source of heated discussion, writes Sammy Andie Bennett.
Watching CHAOS, Sara Fattahi’s second feature-length documentary, you immediately realise that chaos comes in different shapes and sizes. Victoria Becker reviews at Document 2018.
Agustina Comedi has beautifully created a moving portrait of her late father Jaime, an Argentinean LBTQ+ activist before his married fatherhood. Victoria Becker reviews at Document 2018.
LOOKING AT OTHERS is an interrogation into the politics of spectatorship, underpinning the ethos of Document Human Rights Film Festival. Naomi Gessesse reviews.