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Short Cuts Film Festival is back for 2019!
Oct 05 - 06
Composers, songwriters, musicians and developers are invited to create a world of sound at High Score: Composition and Sound Art for Gaming, back again as part of Melbourne International Games Week.
Aug 24 - Oct 20
The Ballarat International Foto Biennale (BIFB) returns in 2019, shifting its focus to photographers who present the world in unconventional ways and in unpredictable circumstances.
talian cinema heavyweight Ricardo Scamarcio (Euphoria, LIFF18) is enigmatic starring alongside Alessio Boni (The Tourist, 2010) and Edoardo Pesce (Dogman, LIFF18) in this absorbing whodunnit.
Screenings, Festivals & Programs
Prolific Italian producer Ginevra Elkann (Land, 2018) makes her directorial debut with this gentle and honest study of a broken family, which boasts superb performances from its diverse ensemble cast.
Gabriele (Fabio De Luigi) is a divorced dad who owns a music store and is completely focused on taking care of his 10-year-old daughter Sofia who spends time with both parents.
This exhilarating exposé boldly unveils the inner mechanics of Italian politics with a hidden-camera documentary that has opened the eyes of film-festival goers worldwide.
In the shadow of earthquakes which have devastated several parts of Italy, this poignant tale is centered around the last remaining inhabitant of a town destroyed by this natural disaster.
Alessandro Genovesi’s hilarious new comedy about a father left in charge of his three children while mum goes away on a 10-day holiday… What could possibly go wrong?
Michelangelo – Endless is the first ever art film made about the Renaissance creative genius Michelangelo Buonarroti.
This year audiences have the opportunity to see the director’s cut of one of the most talked-about opening night films in the Toronto International Film Festival’s 20-year history.
Director Edoardo De Angelis’ powerful and award-winning new drama portrays a woman desperately striving to escape a life of vice and criminality.
An Italian folklore character with a feminist twist in this offering from director Michele Soavi (The Goodbye Kiss, 2006) which was a surprise box office smash hit in Italy this year.
As relevant today as upon its release in 2001, Gabriele Muccino’s romantic drama, the audience award-winner at Sundance Film Festival, shows a perspective of love in its darkest shades.
When slick and successful businessman Adriano wakes up next to his dead mistress in a resort hotel room, he becomes the obvious chief suspect.
Sergio Rubini directs and stars in this offbeat dramedy alongside southern favourite Rocco Papaleo, as two men whose unexpected run-in results in the unlikeliest of friendships.
Bertolucci’s breakthrough classic reimagines Alberto Moravia’s 1950 neo-realist novel, scrutinising Italy in the grip of institutionalised fascism.
The Champion wonderfully pairs the talents of versatile veteran Stefano Accorsi with an extraordinary Andrea Carpenzano in this story of friendship, betrayal, and learning who to trust.
Emanuele Scaringi steps into the director’s chair to offer this melancholy comedy based on the bestseller graphic novel by Zerocalcare.
Featuring a stellar Italian- Australian cast including Paul Mercurio and Tina Arena, Promised is a romantic drama that is certain to hit home.
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