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Who Cares

Mara Mourão’s socially conscious documentary focuses on a range of activists whose words and deeds are inspiring real and measurable…

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Gael García Bernal stars as the adman charged with helping bring down a dictatorship in Pablo Larraín’s remarkable new film.

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Flickerfest

Celebrating its 22nd year, Australia’s leading short film festival returns to Brisbane with a smorgasbord of Australian and international content.

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Struck By Lighting

Glee star Chris Colfer wrote and stars in this pedestrian coming-of-age feature about a precocious, unpopular teen.

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How to Survive a Plague

David France’s rousing documentary poignantly and exactingly details the fight against HIV/AIDS and the apathy of governments and the medical…

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Promised Land

Gus Van Sant’s latest film is a fictionalised account of the impact of fracking on a small farming community.

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Anna Karenina

Director Joe Wright and writer Tom Stoppard transport Tolstoy’s classic romantic tragedy to the majestic confines of a 19th century…

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West of Memphis

Some stories are so compelling that they are worth telling twice, as in the case of this new documentary about…

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The Sweeney

Starring Ray Winstone and rapper Plan B, this visceral remake of the popular UK TV series is a solid but…

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Elles

Polish filmmaker Malgorzata Szumowska is not subtle in her cinematic exploration of the parallels between domestic duties and sex work.

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