World Cinema

First Cow

FIRST COW

NSW Premiere | NOMINEE · BEST FILM · BERLINALE FILM FESTIVAL Five stars – The Guardian The milk of human kindness Kelly Reichardt (Certain Women, Meek’s Cutoff, Wendy and Lucy) makes a much-anticipated return to the Western genre in this remarkably endearing masterpiece about two settlers carving their own path, and one incredibly photogenic cow. …

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THE MACALUSO SISTERS

THE MACALUSO SISTERS

Australian Premiere Adapted from her own acclaimed stage play by Emma Dante, The Macaluso Sisters is an affecting tale of both the anger and affection that binds family together. Maria, Pinuccia, Lia, Katia, Antonella. The childhood, adulthood and old age of five sisters born and raised in an apartment in the suburbs of Palermo, where …

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COUNTY LINES

COUNTY LINES

Australian Premiere The practice of using children to pass drugs from cities to rural and coastal areas, ‘county lines’, is condemned through this powerful feature debut, a fiction based on real events. Tyler is a 14-year-old boy with a lot on his plate. School issues have landed him in a Peer Referral Unit, where he …

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GOLDEN VOICES

GOLDEN VOICES

Victor and Raya Frenkel were the ‘golden voices’ of the Soviet film dubbing for decades. All of the western movies that reached Soviet screens were dubbed into Russian by their dulcet tones and rich timbres. In 1990, with the collapse of Soviet Union, the Frenkels decided to do Aliyah, and immigrate to Israel, just like …

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MY LITTLE SISTER

MY LITTLE SISTER

A heavyweight drama elevated by two outstanding performers, Lars Eidinger (The Clouds of Sils Maria) joins Nina Hoss (celebrated star of Barbara and Phoenix) as inseparable twins fighting serious illness with their undying passion for the theatre. Lisa, once a brilliant playwright, no longer writes. She lives with her family in Switzerland, but her heart …

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NOMADLAND

NOMADLAND

WINNER · BEST FILM · VENICE “Frances McDormand delivers the performance of her career” – The Guardian After losing everything in the Great Recession, Fern (two-time Oscar winner Frances McDormand), a woman in her 60s, embarks on a journey through the American West, living as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad. A nuanced slice of life of …

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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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