FRI 23 APR

My Name is Gulpilil

MY NAME IS GULPILIL

“Sublime, humane, elegant…an unforgettable film”– The Guardian. Molly Reynolds’ My Name Is Gulpilil expertly canvases the life, the work, the adventures and misadventures of Australia’s most famous Indigenous screen icon, David Gulpilil. Gulpilil started acting, performing, and dancing when there was no definable Australian film industry, working on countless films that have helped shape how …

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THE FURNACE

THE FURNACE

NOMINEE · BEST FILM · VENICE HORIZONS AWARD · VENICE It’s 1897. Caravaneers, brought to Australia by the British from Persia, Afghanistan, and India, drive camels across the Western Australian desert to trade between colony outposts near Mount Magnet and Kalgoorlie. Having developed close relations with the Indigenous population, whose knowledge of the unforgiving terrain …

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THE LEADERSHIP

THE LEADERSHIP

Set against one of Earth’s last pockets of glorious untouched wilderness, The Leadership follows the maiden voyage of the first Homeward Bound program, designed to prepare women in STEMM for leadership roles within their respective fields – set against the sublime icy backdrop of the southern continent. Onboard the mammoth ocean liner is Australian Fabian …

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COCKROACH

COCKROACH

Umbrellas. Gas masks. Riot shields. Crackdown. Dissident artist Ai Weiwei takes viewers to the streets to march alongside Hong Kong’s political protesters. Protests started in February 2019 when the Hong Kong government proposed a bill for criminal suspects to be extradited to mainland China to face trial. Over two million of the citiy’s seven million …

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MINARI

MINARI

WINNER · GRAND JURY PRIZE · AUDIENCE AWARD · SUNDANCE Hot Oscar contender, Minari is a tender, sweeping story that follows a Korean-American family in search of the American Dream. Inspired by Korean American director Lee Isaac Chung’s own childhood in rural Arkansas, Minari follows the adorable, young David, son of Korean immigrants Jacob (Steven …

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SAINT FRANCES

SAINT FRANCES

WINNER · AUDIENCE AWARD · SPECIAL JURY AWARD · SXSW 34-year-old server Bridget (intimately played by writer Kelly O’Sullivan) finally manages to catch a break when she meets an actual nice guy, and lands a job nannying rambunctious six-year-old Frances. But after discovering an unwanted pregnancy and subsequently hurrying an abortion, Bridget begins to butt …

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TWO OF US

TWO OF US

“A decades-long secret love affair between two older women is severely tested in Italian director Filippo Meneghetti’s moving tribute to love’s ability to overcome all obstacles” – Variety Two retired women, Nina (Barbara Sukowa) and Madeleine (Martine Chevallier), have been secretly in love for decades. Everybody, including Madeleine’s family, thinks they are simply neighbours, sharing …

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KAJILLIONAIRE

KAJILLIONAIRE

Con-artists Theresa (Debra Winger) and Robert (Richard Jenkins) have spent 26 years training their only daughter, Old Dolio (Evan Rachel Wood), to swindle, scam, and steal at every opportunity. During a desperate, hastily conceived heist, they charm a stranger (Gina Rodriguez) into joining their next scam, but with Old Dolio raised so far outside of …

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SAINT MAUD

SAINT MAUD

Meek, god fearing palliative care nurse Maud (show-stealing newcomer Morfydd Clark) questions the foundations of her faith when tasked with caring for the hedonistic and secular famed dancer-choreographer Amanda (Jennifer Ehle), who is facing the end of her life in at-home care. Wracked with guilt, confused, and with a clouded past, Maud becomes convinced that …

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