MIFF artistic director Michelle Carey launched the festival’s 2017 program this week, introducing the biggest and best roster of local and international features and documentaries Australia will see this year.
Since its inaugural year in 2015, Queensland Film Festival has marked itself as one of the country’s most interesting and well curated festivals. The 2017 lineup is no exception.
In a late announcement made early this morning, the Sydney Film Festival added seven new titles to their 2017 program, all direct from the recently wrapped Cannes Film Festival.
This morning Sydney Film Festival announced their extensive 2017 program, with interesting new retrospective strands and great Opening and Closing Night selections.
This morning Sydney Film Festival announced the first of their retrospective programs, a series of films from Japanese auteur Akira Kurosawa.
Today the first 28 films from this year’s Sydney Film Festival were announced, with an impressive slew of documentary works among them.
BAPFF affirms its position as one of Australia’s most consistent, albeit youngest festivals, with its stunning 2016 programme.
The 15th German Film Fest announced its lineup, with a strong selection of both new and classic German-language cinema including films by Maren Ade, Wim Wenders and Fatih Akin.
The full program for SUFF 2016 has been revealed, and it boasts all the smut, strangeness and eclecticism that attendees has come to expect.
Filmmakers Kurt Walker and Isaac Goes have announced the launch of Kinet, an online cinema publishing platform for low-budget avant-garde cinema.