Renowned activist and artist Ai Weiwei creates a powerful and sharp image of the refugee crisis that affects the world. Human Flow uses effective and poignant images and shots to show a new perspective on refugees.
Catch thrilling, contemporary movies and documentaries showcasing the very best of France’s vibrant film industry.
Behind every horrifying news footage is a person with a camera and this crime thriller explores the dark, voyeuristic and sensationalist nature of Western news.
As the film chosen to represent the Spanish Film Festival on its posters, be played as the opening night film, and winner of 6 Goya awards (the Spanish Film Academy Awards), David Trueba’s Living is Easy with Eyes Closed, has a reputation that precedes it by quite a few steps. The celebrated film has finally […]
In Paris 1979, we meet Carole and Jérôme who are first cousins posing as an engaged couple to help oppressed Russian Jews.
Venus in Fur (La Vénus à la fourrure) is Roman Polanski's cat-and-mouse suspense film inspired by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch's novel (the namesake of ‘masochism’)
One Chance is the remarkable and stirring true story of Paul Potts, a shy, bullied shop assistant by day and an amateur opera singer by night who went on to win the television talent show, Britain's Got Talent.
New Year’s Eve is anything but a celebration for teenager Greta, who plans to throw herself off a bridge until she suddenly meets Pearce and revenge, love and elicit happenings follow.
Giving a dignified portrayal of someone overcoming barriers, Mission to Lars proves that no matter whom or what we are, there is always a super-fan in all of us.
Cassandra Clare's young adult fiction story, 'The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones' is the latest story to make the leap from page to screen.
A heart-warming story about a young boy in war-scarred Laos who is determined to make peace with his father and earn his family's respect.
What makes the difference between the wine we can buy with the spare change in our pocket however, and the wine we’d need to apply for a mortgage to buy? This film documentary talks us through the delicate, infinitely complex economy of wine.
Before Midnight is the third chapter in one of the wonderful love stories of American independent cinema. It is a sequel to both Before Sunrise (1995) and Before Sunset (2004) but stands alone as a great love story.
Worth checking out, 'SDU: Sex Duties Unit' is an amusing time-waster. Better than most similar American films, its risky endeavours in salaciousness is welcome in this era of strident political correctness.
Ten operas, including four new productions will feature in The Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning series of opera in cinema. The new season kicks off on 26 October but tickets are on sale now.
This is a very witty satire looking at Italy's infatuation with reality TV by celebrated director Matteo Garrone.
In 2011 the Audi Festival of German Films will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a spectacular programme of contemporary and classic German films throughout April. A national event, the Festival has continued to grow in popularity since its first outing in 2002 and in 2010 attracted more than 26,000 attendees – a testimony to Germany’s […]
This farcical comedy of affairs is punctuated by its irreverent British humour
It is the highest grossing New Zealand film of all time which is understandable as it is not only a well made film but with wide appeal and approachability
In its opening day, INCEPTION has grossed an impressive $1.319m at the Australian Box Office, making it the biggest opening ever for a Leonardo DiCaprio film.