The Italian Film Festival features a selection of films from the New Neapolitan Cinema movement, curated and presented by the Italian Cultural Institute in Melbourne, bringing to the Australian audience the rich Neapolitan film heritage of the last 30 years.
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This edition features a stunning selection of contemporary Italian cinema, a nod to Pier Paolo Pasolini on the centenary of his birth, and a spotlight on Naples, featuring Mario Martone’s Nostalgia selected at the Cannes Film Festival.
Since 2016, more than 60 female filmmakersfrom Europe have seen their celluloid dreams dance across Sydney’s silver – and digital –screens thanks to a key Sydney Film Festival program strand. Europe! Voices of Women in Film shares exceptional features with an audience and city that mightn’t get the pleasure of seeing them otherwise. It champions women-directed films, celebrates the talents behind them, and tackles cinema’s gender inequality in the most powerful way it can: by connecting movies with viewers.
The world’s best new films come to Sydney this year for 12 days and nights of inspiring and entertaining premieres, talks and parties. Join us and be among the first in Australia to see the greatest, strangest and most exciting work that cinema has to offer.
The German Film Festival will take place nationally from 24 May to 22 June in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Brisbane and Byron Bay.
The Spanish Film Festival presented by Palace returns in 2022 with a curated selection of 34 films offering film lovers a cinematic journey across Spain and Latin America. The 24th edition of the festival features two key programme strands: New Spanish Cinema and Cine Latino.
Our juicy selection of 55 films from 20 countries explores the challenges accompanying change, a story familiar to Jewish people.
An outstanding drama based on the true story of a Kosovo war widow fighting against patriarchy.
A Finnish scientist takes on a multimillion-dollar project to make rain in the desert, but soon becomes caught in an ethical dilemma between research, finance and the environment.
Evi Romen’s debut feature tells the sensitive story of Mario, a restless young dancer from a conservative village whose best friend is killed in a deadly attack on a gay bar.