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The AUDI German Film Festival is set to hit our shores for yet another year’s selection of the latest, most admired German films.
A clumsy teenage Viking whose only wish is to grow into a big and tough dragon slayer, befriends a young dragon and learns that there might be more to this creature, than what he had been lead to believe.
The movie revolves around longtime NYPD partners, Jimmy Monroe (Bruce Willis), the tough and moody one, and his immature, movie dialogue-quoting sidekick Paul Hodges (Tracy Morgan).
The new family action comedy The Spy Next Door, stars Jackie Chan as Bob Ho, a Chinese superspy on loan to the CIA, living in a suburb of Arizona, pretending to be a pen importer.
Lisa Azuelos’s LOL (Laughing Out Loud) aims to explore a mother/daughter relationship evolving amid a barrage of mixed messages, technology and communication.
FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2010: Director Cédric Kahn, faces infidelity in his own way, in this romantic thriller 'Les Regrets', presented at the French Film Festival 2010.
IMAX MELBOURNE: Director Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland has been one of the most anticipated films, by adults and children alike... though, I know a handful of kids who, after watching the previews, opted out of watching the film because it was ‘too scary’ for them.
IMAX MELBOURNE: The Ultimate Wave Tahiti is an educational and thrilling 3-D film featuring nine-time world championship surfer Kelly Slater, who with his surfing buddy Raimana Van Bastolaer, look for that perfect wave in the pristine waters of beautiful Tahiti.
AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR THE MOVING IMAGE: With 'Ricky' Ozon plays a fine balance between realism and elegantly stylised colour, texture and movement.
This harrowing film about redemption avoids the saccharine despite having the Oprah Winfrey seal of approval.
Australian director John Hillcoat brings Cormac McCarthy’s post-apocalyptic novel to uncomfortably vivid life.
This 1977 film was one of the first documentary films ever made about gay and lesbian people, by a group of gay and lesbian filmmakers.
This Indigenous road-movie musical comedy is the feel-good Australian film of the year.
Easy Rider is currently being shown at the Australian Centre for Moving Image (ACMI). It is one of the attractions for the exhibition Dennis Hopper and The New Hollywood.
Quirky auteur Wes Anderson brings Roald Dahl’s children’s book to (wild) life in this stop-motion animated gem.
James Cameron wrote Avatar in 1995. He claims the idea came to him in a dream, where he ‘discovered’ Pandora (the planet where the film’s story unfolds).
HOLA MEXICO FILM FESTIVAL: After a terrible six-year crisis, the magician Juan Perez (Silverio Palacios) promises to perform a sensational act of decapitation which he is certain will bring him his glory days, and secure his spot in the flagging circus around which his entire life revolves.
HOLA MEXICO FILM FESTIVAL: 'Another movie about eggs and a chicken' ('Otra pelicula de huevos y un pollo') is the sequel to 'A movie about Eggs' (Una pelicula de huevos'). This sequel is packed with black humour and social criticism about Mexico… the country which hatched this cartoon.
HOLA MEXICO FILM FESTIVAL: Oveja Negra is beautifully shot, engaging and of perfect tempo - no wonder there is mention to remember Humberto Hinojosa’s name for future.
HOLA MEXICO FILM FESTIVAL: This powerful film from first time director Cary Joji Fukunaga opened the Hola Mexico Film Festival with a bang.
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