U311 Cherkasy was the first Ukrainian film about the annexation of Crimea, and played an important role in shaping the national identity.
Set in Ukraine in 2014, Solntsepyok’s propaganda is designed to confuse, entertain and overwhelm the audience.
The launch of the new UNSW Library Digital Collections shines a light on this exciting and highly accessible material.
The immersive film Carriberrie uses virtual reality technololgy to invite the audience into a much-needed dialogue about the threatened culture of Australia's first nations people, writes Kate Gwynne.
After sitting through Darren Aronofsky's "truly insufferable" film, Julian Murphet feels betrayed in every way imaginable.
Su Goldfish’s 40-year search for her lost family has been captured in a powerful new documentary.
Two very different stories about forced migration and detention will be the focus of a Sydney Film Festival panel featuring UNSW's Su Goldfish and Iranian-Dutch director Arash Kamali Sarvestani.
They might be strays but the dogs of Athens represent hope, dignity and the human capacity for kindness in a new film by UNSW's Mary Zournazi.
Opening this week, the 2016 Sci-Fi Film Festival will feature new talent from around the globe, including a short film by UNSW film student Josef Arbiv.
UNSW will play a starring role at the Australian premiere of unINDIAN, a major feature film directed by alumnus Anupam Sharma and starring former cricketer Brett Lee.