The unlikeliest of boy bands, ten Cornish fishermen will have you tapping along to sea shanties in the buttery feel-good flick Fisherman’s Friends.
Tag: Film Festival
The full MIFF program for 2019 has dropped, with the big news that Quentin Tarantino’s latest, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood will be premiering at the long-running festival.
Visually arresting and equally enthralling, Scandinavian cinema is continuing to cement itself as a major player on the global circuit. Hlynur Palmason’s A White, White Day is an impressive addition to the growing Scandi film canon and has already garnered significant praise.
One of the defining moment’s of modern man’s history will be celebrated in July as the Moon Landing gets its own film festival, featuring some awesome films and documentaries.
Former Aussie Rules footballer and Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes, will be the focus of the MIFF opening night documentary film The Australian Dream.
The 2019 Melbourne Documentary Film Festival hits our shores soon and we’ve compiled a list of 7 standout films to check out during its run.
The Melbourne International Film Festival returns for the 2018 season, and we’ve made it easy to get you started by sharing 10 must-see movies at the festival.
The 2018 Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival offers a confronting and thought-provoking drama in the form of What Will People Say.
This July, the 2018 Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival brings with it a diverse program of acclaimed films from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Finland.
The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival returns in 2018, bringing with it plenty of top-notch Australian and international documentaries.
Written and directed by Russian filmmaker Pavel Chukhray, Cold Tango is the story of a young Jewish man whose love for a woman is obstructed by the atrocities of war, politics, and the complexities of human emotions.
In life, you don’t get the future you deserve, but the one that resembles you the most.
Bolshoy takes us into the world of a high class ballet school where the students are pushed to their limits of skill, essentially growing up where literally every step they make is judged by their peers.
Yarraville’s Sun Theatre is set to host a week-long film festival showcasing 7 epic films shot in glorious 70mm film, in the lead-up to the release of Murder on the Orient Express.