When it comes to social justice, referenda are frequently on the wrong side of history. Putting fundamental rights up for debate by an unaffected majority is an ugly, ugly precedent.
Artistically, this atmospheric and deeply enigmatic piece is a masterwork.
Researchers are starting to point out that farmers could actually directly contribute to the fight against climate change with better practices.
Australia shares a possible future with Greece in the steady cuts to public services, in the continual diminishing of our expectations for government to foster the conditions that promote a good life for its people.
Taking away the material means of justice while proclaiming one’s government to be tough on crime is an exercise in rhetoric that’s worse than empty.
A Bend In The Road confirms New Zealand director Rollo Wenlock as a filmmaker to watch closely.
If we’re going to talk about the power of girls, well, they have their own ideas about the ways in which they are powerful and how they want to direct their potential.
There’s something wrong if we’re having to default to a cultural script rather than following feeling.
Unfortunately, the focus on marriage in Australia recently has obscured the deficiencies in some areas of LGBT rights in more urgent need of attention.
Mark Farnsworth continues his dispatches from the London Film Festival.