'After school in the West Australian farming town of Toodyay, six-year-old Millie Driscoll reads in the children’s room of her local library while her grandmother Moya Hammill browses.Mrs Hammill calls it “shutting down” time. ...'
'Goldstone ...makes a welcome return to the screen in multi-talented Ivan Sen’s outback thriller Goldstone, a sequel to Mystery Road (2013) that is, overall, more satisfying than the original. Sen, who not only writes and directs his films but also photographs them, edits them and composes the music scores, has, in these two films, combined the trappings of classical film noir with commentary on some of the ills affecting the most marginalised Australians. ...'