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SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: Writer/director Aleksei Popogrebsky’s slow-burning drama pits men against the Arctic, and one another.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: An ambitious and restrained account of the 1937 Nanking Massacre.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: An affectionate profile of an octogenarian photojournalist.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: An intimate look at the backstage world of the Paris Opera Ballet.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: Arab-Canadian director Ruba Nadda’s latest film is a lightweight romantic drama.
MADMAN ENTERTAINMENT: In the Loop is a satirical film revolving around the seriousness of war, and the people who make monumental decisions on our behalf.
EMERGING WRITERS' FESTIVAL: How to Write Computer Game with Paul Callaghan: Most people figure they have a book in them, some a TV series or film. But, if the attendance at the Emerging Writer's Festival How To Write Computer Games workshop is anything to go by, not enough are looking to write computer games.
SPANISH FILM FESTIVAL: The sound of the incomparable Spanish accent, quirky offbeat humour and the smell of black tobacco cigarettes,(OK, maybe not cigarettes) brought over for audiences to enjoy far from the Iberian peninsula via some pretty amasing films by the 13th Annual Spanish Film Festival.
IMAX: ‘Iron Man 2’, the sequel to the box office hit returns to screens, bigger than ever. It avoids the second episode stigma of being perceived as only an extended trailor for the third instalment.
The debut feature from writer/director David Michôd is a masterpiece of drama, mood and tension.
ACMI: A masked ninja ravages the King’s jewels, another team of ninja’s go after the thief, the King finds his treasure gone, and a mark left by the thief, identifying himself as: Goemon.
Director Ridley Scott tells the origin story of the great English outlaw in this muddled and convoluted epic.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL: This vivid and surprising documentary screened as part of the Jazz on Film program.
MADMAN PRODUCTIONS / DVD: Academy Award nominated 'The Secret of Kells' is an independently released animated fantasy from Ireland (in collaborations with Belgium and France).
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL: A vibrant film program screens at ACMI as part of the festival program.
HUMAN RIGHTS ARTS AND FILM FESTIVAL: In ‘Below Sea Level’, an Italian filmmaker documents the world of a down-on-their-luck individuals, living in a California desert community called Slab City.
HUMAN RIGHTS ARTS AND FILM FESTIVAL: Me, My Gypsy Family and Woody Allen is a film documenting the first tentative steps a Romany girl living in Italy, Laura Halilovic, takes into the world of filmmaking.
MADMAN ENTERTAINMENT: LOL means ‘laughing out loud’ in online text language, but in this case it is the nickname which Lola Delgado, a French high school girl, has been given by her friends.
HUMAN RIGHTS ARTS AND FILM FESTIVAL: Forty odd years ago the drug Thalidomide, an anti anxiety medication often prescribed to pregnant women to help with their morning sickness, caused significant birth defects, with babies often being born with short arms or legs, if they had limbs at all, and many dying due to deformity.
ACMI: Much like the fairytales from long ago, 'Ponyo' manages to capture the imagination and attention of children and adults alike.
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