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Buoyancy

BUOYANCY

Winner · Panorama Jury Award · Berlinale Film Festival. Tired of toiling in the rice fields, 14-year-old Chakra (a magnetic Sarm Heng) leaves Cambodia in search of a Bangkok factory job. After paying smugglers to ferry him over the border, Chakra is instead traded to a violent seafood trawler, captive at sea, under the watch …

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La Dolce Vita

LA DOLCE VITA

60 years ago, Federico Fellini‘s masterpiece La Dolce Vita cemented its place on the world cinema stage, opening a new flourishing Italian cinema movement known worldwide as ‘Italian neorealism’. The film proved a phenomenon; its banning by the Catholic Church as ‘atheist, Communist and treasonable filth’ made it a cause célèbrea. It went on to …

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The Rest

THE REST

NSW Premiere. International artist and activist, Ai Weiwei, follows on from 2017’s critically acclaimed The Human Flow – the Chinese-born accomplished artist and documentarian continues his examination of the refugee crisis in Europe, recording the hopes, fears, and dreams of individual people desperate for peace. Whittled down from 900 hours of footage, each individual story …

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Bait

BAIT

“One of the defining British films of the decade” – The Guardian. Stunningly shot on vintage 16mm and processed by hand, Mark Jenkin’s Bait is a timely and funny, yet poignant new film that gets to the heart of a community facing unwelcome change. Martin Ward is a cove fisherman, without a boat. His brother …

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