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Queer Screen’s 25th Mardi Gras Film Festival

Queer Screen’s 25th Mardi Gras Film Festival is a celebration of creativity bringing the best and most diverse LGBTIQ content to the big screen. Tickets are on sale now for the first 10 films of the program. Held at Event Cinemas...

20 November 2017

Must-See Films at A Night of Horror

The 2017 program for A Night of Horror and Fantastic Planet Film Festival has been released, giving attendees a chance to watch some unique horror films from around the globe.  Screening at Dendy Cinemas Newtown, the 5-day festival is set...

16 November 2017

Aelita- Russian Resurrection Closing Night Event

The Closing Night of the Russian Resurrection Film Festival is bringing something special this year, with a classic sci-fi silent movie in concert version. The 1924 Soviet space epic Aelita will be accompanied by freshly composed live music performed by the Volatinsky...

1 November 2017

Fleurieu Film Festival 2018- Call for Entries!

The Fleurieu Film Festival is back in 2018! The 3 events taking place from the 9th- 11th February will once again be accompanied by some of the great food and wine for which the Fleurieu is renowned.  This 2018 theme...

22 October 2017

Jewish International Film Festival 2017 Program

The 2017 program for the Jewish International Film Festival has launched, promising to be the biggest and best yet! JIFF is building on the long and proud 26-year history of Jewish film festivals in Australia, with the most comprehensive range of...

2 October 2017

Byron Bay Film Festival Returns!

The Byron Bay Film Festival is back for another year with the theme “Cinema for the Senses.” Featuring over 175 films in 6 locations, BBFF is a platform for outstanding independent film talent, showcasing a uniquely rich and diverse program of entertaining, inspiring and thought provoking...

21 September 2017

Top Picks for SUFF 2017!

The Sydney Underground Film Festival is officially underway, showcasing an array of weird and wonderful cinema from around the world. 2017 marks the 11th edition of the festival, with a unique program of quality independent films that transgress the status quo...

15 September 2017

The Shape of Water Crashes Podium at Venice

Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water won the prestigious Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival as awarded by the international jury. From a hot field of 21 films in competition, where any one of five films could have easily scooped...

11 September 2017

Strange Colours, Venice Triumphs

Australian filmmaker Alena Lodkina makes an auspicious feature debut in Strange Colours, which recently premiered at the Venice Film Festival. The colours of the outback are a slowly transforming, shifting an unexpected palette, much like Russian-Australian director, Alena Lodkina’s new...

9 September 2017

The Shape of Water- Venice Film Festival

“Fantasy is always political,” proclaimed Guillermo del Toro following the 15-minute standing ovation for his new film. After a weird sojourn to Pacific Rim and Crimson Peak, the much-loved writer and director of Hellboy and Pan’s Labyrinth is back in familiar territory mixing cruelty, fantasy and romance in...

4 September 2017

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