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MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: A fascinating documentary about the rise of trash TV in Italy and the man who put it there, President Silvio Berlusconi.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: The second-class treatment of women in Israel’s ultra-Orthodox life is the subject of this measured documentary.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: The story of a broken woman who runs away to the circus, and the stranger who helps her.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: Director Fredrik Edfeldt’s beautiful film about childhood is a truly remarkable debut.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: This controversial documentary explores the world of Kuta’s ‘beach boys’ and the female tourists who have sex with them.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: The love that dare not speak its name is given a new twist in this Danish drama about gay neo-Nazis.
ARAB FILM FESTIVAL: Twelve Angry Lebanese a documentary about the first Catharsis 'Drama Therapy' Project set in Roumieh Prison.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL: Overall the 7th Program was an eclectic mix of gems, while there wasn’t necessarily a particular genre put forth, it was a night of clever animation and good old fashioned sense of humour.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL: Ten years of MIAF Student Highlights, pulled together in one fabulous session at the ACMI.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL: MIAF & Holmesglen again put on a great Q&A session
with a panel of four professionals from the animation industry.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL: The international programs of the MIAF, include a very good diverse selection of styles, stories and innovation; from painted thoughts, epic stop animation and some great digital work.
FILM: I am love is a film which has high aspirations of depicting a wealthy family appearing to have everything in control, but beneath the veneer it is obvious that they too are plagued by the same hurdles and pain the rest of the world endures on an everyday basis.
MADMAN: Argentinean director Alexis Dos Santos’s second feature is a richly textured drama about friendship and family.
AUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVES at ACMI: Donald Friend (1915-1989) is one of Australia’s very highly regarded artists. This wasn’t always so. The reception of his work was mild until Barry Pearce, curator at the NSW Art Gallery, called for a posthumous re-examination of his work, which spawned a new orientation toward his output. Since the 1990s, we now see him as an artist that has contributed a vast, ri
ACMI’s press release rings true: ‘with a striking original score and startling images, lensed through the dusty, drug-addled haze of El Paso, ‘The Sentimental Engine Slayer’ is an evocative cinematic experience’.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: A powerful feminist fable from first-time director Shirin Neshat.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: This incisive account of one of the most celebrated incidents in US political history won Best Documentary at the Sydney Film Festival.
ACMI: Little Big Shots is a film festival for children between 2 and 18 years of age. The festival is intended for kids, by kids and it is about kids.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: An inspiring story of non-violent resistance to the Israeli Separation Barrier by a small Palestinian village.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: This controversial film tells the story of a tank crew during Israel’s 1982 invasion of Lebanon.
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