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Posted 7 May 2012 @ 12:40pm

Every year it comes around, and every year we love it more and more. Now in its 29th year, there seems to be no slowing down for the mature (yet still young at heart) St Kilda Film Festival. 

 

Think about it – six days of must-see short films and industry events. Can’t get much sweeter than that, right?
 
Renowned as the premiere short film festival in Australia,...

Posted 20 Apr 2012 @ 12:27pm

Australia’s leading comedy ‘nerd’ Dom Romeo brings a refreshing addition to this year’s MICF with this interview-based show which features a different guest each night. Romeo interviews extremely well, ensuring the limelight is always casted on his guest.

 

 

Tim Ferguson was the comic of honour on this particular evening, discussing the impact that Multiple Sclerosis has...

Posted 30 Mar 2012 @ 4:35pm

This April, writer, director, cinematographer and artist, Warwick Thornton, will join the team at ACMI as he reveals his top five films of all time in ACMI’s popular Desert Island Flicks program. 

 

Having developed an extensive body of work as a cinematographer and short film director, with titles such as Green Bush and Nana, Thornton made a splash with his debut feature, Samson...

Posted 16 Feb 2012 @ 10:02am

 

Due Paesi, Due Cuori began as one of those rare true tales told to the director that so captivated him, he had to share. Translating to ‘two countries, two hearts’, Rob Lo Bosco offers the story fully formed, but in actuality it was revealed to him in snippets. The genesis of the story is almost as unique as the production itself. Lo Bosco, a practitioner of Chinese medicine, was...

Posted 10 Jan 2012 @ 1:42pm

When the sun goes down and the screens light up, Melburnians know that summer has truly arrived. The outdoor cinema has become a staple in our sunny season's cultural calendar, with each up-and-coming contender boasting a setting more spectacular than the last. This year's new kid on the block, the Shadow Electric, is no exception. Held in the courtyard of the...

Posted 2 Dec 2011 @ 9:11am

This coming December the Astor Theatre will showcase the Made in Melbourne Film Festival. The festival exclusive to Melbourne filmmakers is now in its third year and will run for three nights in December.

 

The range of entertainment on offer includes winning short films, premiers, music clips and feature films. Highlights for the event include best short film from the Cannes...

Posted 22 Nov 2011 @ 11:33am

Ivan Sen is arguably our most important indigenous filmmaker, whose short documentaries and feature films have explored the issues surrounding aboriginal people, the conflicts of the past, and the crisis facing many of the communities today. His debut feature film, Beneath Clouds, is his most personal, as it related to his own experience of growing up with an...

Posted 23 Nov 2011 @ 8:37am

Summer is on its way, people, and so too is the glory that is outdoor cinema screening. Think ciders, a comfy chair, a good film and being eaten alive by the mosquitoes that just love our blood. How tasty! 

 

Being one of the first of several pop-up cinema events hosted by Melbourne-based filn criticism website, Screen Machine, St Heliers Street at the Abbotsford Convent is proud...

Posted 17 Nov 2011 @ 9:21am

A film festival with a difference? The Stop Violence Against Women Film Festival is a two-day festival showcasing dramas and documentaries as means of exploring current human right issues faced by women.

 

The projection of women rights by Amnesty International's Victoria Women's team at Melbourne's Cinema Nova in November will bring stories from all around the world in order to...

Posted 17 Nov 2011 @ 9:22am

Two cultures will collide on screen at ACMI in December as the national hub screens Winds of Spring: New Egyptian Cinema and the Asia Pacific Screen Awards Winners Circle.

 

Winds of Spring: New Egyptian Cinema screening from Wednesday December 8- Saturday 18 this year presents a vibrant piece highlighting the revolutionary events of Tahrir Square. Representing new Egyptian...

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