We take a look at the full line-up for the 2015 edition of the Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival, which was announced earlier this week.
This years Adelaide Film Festival has been announced featuring a slew of international festival favourites, numerous Australian premieres, and some impressive retrospective features straight from the National Film and Sound Archive.
The full lineup for SUFF 2015 has been announced, with a wide variety of features, documentaries, and shorts tackling the weird, wonderful, and bizarre.
The Art Gallery of New South Wales has announced their latest screening series, a collection of films looking at “cinema’s engagement with social struggle and revolutionary culture.”
Locarno’s Golden Leopard selection once again impresses, with exciting new films from an array of unique directors.
The full line-up for MIFF 2015 has been announced and the 370 titles on offer range from the best of world cinema to an inspired Psychedelic cinema retrospective.
Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, which unveiled its 2015 program yesterday, promises to capture the diversity of Indian cinema.
Queensland Film Festival has announced their inaugural program, featuring festival favourites from the last few years and the world premiere of a striking Australian feature.
New Zealand International Film Festival’s Auckland programme contains some gems from Cannes, a collection of our favourite films from Sydney Film Festival, and some really compelling documentaries.
Melbourne International Film Festival announced its Cannes pull for 2015 with an extensive and impressive array of films from a myriad of well-respected and newer directors.