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Australia’s finest short films, including the Melbourne-made 2018 Cannes Short Film Palme d’Or winner.
Screenings, Festivals & Programs
From the Oscar-nominated director of MIFF 2012 hit Ernest & Celestine comes a delightful new animated film for the young and young at heart.
In the remote Caucasus mountains, the inhabitants of a small rural Georgian community are captured by award-winning Australian filmmaker Grace McKenzie.
Screening as part of a wider program of Robertson’s work, Program 3 consists of seven early short films from Anne Charlotte Robertson, rounded out by one final 'Reel' of her Five Year Diary.
Ms. magazine was the first mainstream feminist magazine in the US, founded by Gloria Steinem and Letty Cottin Pogrebin at the height of the movement’s second wave.
Chilly Gonzales is a Grammy-winning composer, virtuoso pianist and entertainer. Criss-crossing between rap, electro and solo piano music.
Diverse new animated shorts from around the world and closer to home.
A cop turned Roman prison warden whose wife is kidnapped, and who is forced to release a petty thief as part of the ransom demand.
The Little Mermaid is one of the most celebrated animated films of all time.
Min-jae, a fastidious young civil servant, takes on a new post, eager to impress in his new district while he takes care of his younger brother at home.
On a foggy night after one too many drinks, Hyun-su ends up lost on rural back roads, leading to a terrible accident after his car strikes and kills a young girl who unexpectedly dashes unto the road.
Miso is a 31-year-old housekeeper who lives strategically on a small budget but leaves enough aside for her life’s three greatest pleasures: whisky, cigarettes, and her boyfriend Han-sol.
Experience the friendships, romances and adventures all over agin in the 40th Anniversary of GREASE.
Aug 08 - 18
In a desolate war zone where screams of the innocent echo, on the very line between disaster and valor, 7 Maroon Berets will dance with death.
Document the refugee crisis in Europe, "More" is the gripping story of a boy that gets to grow up in a world where there’s no room for innocence.
Aug 04 - 18
Receiving a 15-minute standing ovation as well as the Jury Prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Nadine Labaki’s neorealist fable centres on a child attempting to divorce his parents.
An ecstatic and nightmarish orgy of sex, drugs and 90s club music that re-establishes his credentials as modern cinema’s most incisive and inventive observer of humanity’s animal darkness.
Daniel Henshall stars as infamous Archibald Prize-winning artist Adam Cullen in this lyrical adaptation of Erik Jensen’s acclaimed biography.
In the middle of Australia’s divisive marriage equality vote, Melbourne hosted a gala event to honour and celebrate its LGBTQIA+ elders. These are their stories.
A patriarch of a faith fights to protect the right to deny his children medical care while an investigation into child deaths closes in on him and his church.
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