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Mundane History (Jao Nok Krajok)
- 18 Jun 20:45
- 20 Jun 14:00
From a nurse’s care to watching stars implode, healing takes on many forms.
A frank, warm and funny portrait of family life, from acclaimed Australian director Sarah Watt.
No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti (Bu Neng Mei You Ni)
A sensitive study of a disenfranchised father fighting the behemoth of civil bureaucracy.
- 25 Jun 18:15
- 26 Jun 15:45
How far would you go to cross the line?
- 22 Jun 18:00
- 23 Jun 17:35
Lost souls connect … reluctantly.
- 21 Jun 17:30
- 23 Jun 21:00
- 27 Jun 20:15
“Gorgeously made and utterly eccentric ... every frame has the appearance of having been hand-crafted in an art studio.” – Todd McCarthy, Variety
A sultry, spiky, enthralling portrait of damaged souls.
- 20 Jun 15:45
- 23 Jun 15:00
Poverty hits prime-time, in a warm, witty and provocative satire from India.
Police, Adjective (Politist, Adjectiv)
- 22 Jun 17:00
- 25 Jun 15:00
An astonishingly clever and original drama about morality, legality, and ... grammar.
Pomegranates and Myrrh (Al Mor wa al Rumman)
An intense love story set in Palestine: the Arab break-out hit of 2009.
- 25 Jun 13:45
- 26 Jun 12:00
Two penniless street boys meet two sheltered American girls. What could possibly go wrong...?
- 21 Jun 20:00
- 22 Jun 19:30
A beautifully shot, poetic urban drama.
- 19 Jun 20:45
- 20 Jun 21:00
Lock yourself down for the Danish prison-thriller that makes A Prophet look like Porridge.
There are 4000 dance schools in Australia. This film is a cruel mockery of all of them.
- 19 Jun 20:00
- 23 Jun 20:25
- 27 Jun 12:20
Welcome to Red Hill ... where there’s hell to pay.