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The French Kissers has leapt in the opposite direction of most movies about teenagers, which tend to glamorise the teen period of our lives, taking the audience on a frighteningly realistic ride through the ups and downs of what it means to be a teenager in modern society.
MELBOURNE IMAX: This CG-animated film version follows the life of amateur inventor Flint Lockwood, who after repeated failed attempts, makes his mark on the world with the latest ‘fantastic’ invention.
Director F. Gary Gray (A Man Apart, The Italian Job) keeps the action coming in this ‘hard justice’ crime thriller.
AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR THE MOVING IMAGE: Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami’s most recent film Shirin is a brave and sensitive study of an audience’s cinematic experience.
JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL: After rookie teacher Mr. Hoshi decides his class’s project this year will be to raise, and then subsequently eat a piglet they all name P-Chan, the principle reluctantly agrees. And so begins this charming little tale of morals.
The Topp Twins: Untouchable Girls is a documentary, piecing together a patchwork of vignettes from the lives of the Topp Twins past and present; two women, I can’t believe that I did NOT hear of earlier in my life… I truly have been living under a rock, having missed such amazing performers.
Chef of the South Pole (2009), the first commercial feature film directed and scripted by Shuichi Okita, is a mix of Iron Chef and a human bonding drama without much drama, portrayed in a matter-of-fact manner.
This year, the Canberra International Film Festival (CIFF) delivered an outstanding program of feature films and documentaries from around the world including a sprinkle of acclaimed Australian new releases and retrospectives.
JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL: Premiering at the Toronto Film Festival to critical acclaim, Eyes Wide Open (Einaym Pkuhot) is a dark, disturbing vision into the stigma of homosexuality in the Orthodox Jewish community of Israel.
Australian writer/director David Caesar’s latest film never quite gets into gear.
First published in 1843, Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol (originally titled, “A Christmas Carol in Prose, Being a Ghost Story of Christmas”) has consistently remained one of the worlds most loved and therefore most adapted seasonal tales.
Hello Goodbye (French film, English subtitles) is the Australian Premiere screening in the opening week of the Festival of Jewish Cinema.
THE NORDIC FILM FESTIVAL: This charming ‘boy-meets-girl, boy-meets-boy’ love story was a highlight of the inaugural festival.
THE NORDIC FILM FESTIVAL: Themes of guilt and redemption, and paganism versus Christianity, are explored in this startling Finnish horror film.
SPEAKEASY CINEMA: 'Obscene' is a perfect example of filmmakers using the obscurity of the subject as a selling point; positing Rosset himself as “the most influential cultural figure you’ve never heard of.”
THE NORDIC FILM FESTIVAL: The inaugural Nordic Film Festival serves up a Danish thriller on its opening night in Melbourne.
PALESTINIAN FILM FESTIVAL: 'Pomegranates and Myrrh' is the directorial debut for Director and Screenwriter Najwa Najjar. The film traces the story of the young and free spirited Kamar, her joyful wedding, and the turmoil which follows it.
Louise-Michel doesn’t just showcase black comedy, it swallows it whole and regurgitates the entire thing back up onto a serving platter.
Eleven year old Toe Thompson, is the main protagonist of 'Shots'. Toe’s parents work for Black Box Industries, and their time is consumed by work.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: In his latest film, director Peter Greenaway explores the mysteries of Rembrandt’s remarkable painting, ‘The Night Watch’.
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