A Tim Winton-adapted anthology film this ambitious, with this much scope and talent, must have been a high risk project for curator Robert Connolly and the bevvy of Australian directors involved in its making. That risk paid off extraordinarily well.
Few directors in tinsel town are as qualified to direct a “remake” or “reimagining” or “re-adaptation” or whatever you want to call it of Lewis’ Carrol’s Alice in Wonderland than out-there auteur Tim Burton, who has long proved his mettle as a filmmaker with an insatiable penchant for psychotropic production values. From Edward Scissorhands to […]
One bitter British critic has sunk his fangs into Aussie actress Mia Wasikowska and her performance as Alice in Wonderland in Tim Burton’s new version of Lewis Carrol’s classic tale, which hits Australia cinemas this Thursday. News of the World writer Robbie Collin gave the film one star and lambasted Wasikowska, saying she “looks like […]