5 films to reboot your life

Have you ever wished you could put life into game mode and return to the previous save? Or even just hit Ctrl+Z on your keyboard to start your day over? Here are five films offering a glimmer of what hitting reset would look like, from being forced to fix your issues before life reboots (Groundhog…

5 films that spy on the neighbours… curious?

It’s easy to get bored when you’re stuck inside day after day. Have you considered getting invested in someone else’s life instead?  Like, *really* invested? Here are five films that explore the highs and lows of spying on your neighbours (Rear Window 1954) and its more lurid quasi-remake (Body Double 1984) or frankly anyone else…

5 films my parents wouldn’t let me watch (but I did anyway!)

When my parents found out I had watched The Virgin Suicides (1999) at a sleepover, they created a ‘banned film’ list which ended up becoming a ‘must watch’ list for me and my film viewing was never the same again. After that, I became terrified of late night phone calls when I – think – I’m home alone (Scream…

Setting the stage: BIFF 2019

GOMA’s Australian Cinémathèque curates and presents its second Brisbane International Film Festival in October. To accompany the Festival, ‘Setting the Stage’ brings together works across various media that use sets, props, costumes and staging to explore the emotional truth at their core. Founded in 1992, the Brisbane International Film Festival is one of Australia’s premier…