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New Undergrounds: Indonesian Contemporary
'What Follows Came Before' opening
Mark Alsweiler, 'Gold Moth' opening
Huxtaburger x Liquor Run
Article at Dagmar Rousset
A shoegaze mixtape by Lowtide
Guerre, 'Ex Nihilo'
A mixtape by Tuff Sherm
4 x 10
Hot bacon smoker
Festive DIY Burglar Alarm
An interview with Georgia Perry
Once and For All: How to use a semicolon, with David Astle
Once and For All: How to do a tumble turn, with Gary Simpson
Smith Henderson, 'Fourth of July Creek'
Minicomic Of The Month Club 2014-15
Liam Pieper, 'The Feel Good Hit of The Year'
Footscray Community Bike Shed
Bitter Orca Guitar Works
Open House Melbourne
How to nail Christmas in July
Domestique Tour de France Pop-up Bar & Cinema
4 x 10 at Slopes
Bakehouse Studios party
Lower Plenty album launch
Freaks and Geeks
MIFF Roundup Edition 3
Freaks and Geeks
Remember that time our guidance counsellor embarrassed us with a gender-neutral version of Alice Cooper's Eighteen? Or what about when Jason Schwartzman ...
MIFF Roundup Edition 3
This is serious now, guys. A lot of this stuff is selling fast. But it's ok, take a deep breath. This final (for now) MIFF post rounds up documentaries, ...
Politicians and outraged conservative fuddie duddies are wasting their energy pointing at Frozen, queers on the telly and teaching in schools for pushing a h...
MIFF Roundup Edition 2, International Panorama
We're putting the 'I' in MIFF with the second roundup because the world is a diverse and many-voiced orb with plenty of tales to tell. Tickets to...
An interview with Alejandro Jodorowsky
Cult filmmaker and spiritual guru Alejandro Jodorowsky is having a resurgent cultural moment. Known for his esoteric movie classics El Topo and The Holy Moun...
MIFF Roundup Edition 1
Melbourne International Film Festival! What a time of year. The wind is merciless, everyone is grumpy and long-faced and birds probably have a fairly hard ti...
Scandinavian Film Festival Guide for the Disorganised
Clogs? Tick. Pinterest board of mid-century Danish furniture you can't afford? Tick. Weakness for mulled wine aka glögg/gløgg/glögi? Tick. A weird obsess...
All This Mayhem
Skater boys. So cute! Soooooo disgusting. They make more sense when you understand skateboarding; the playful bravado, creative transgression and nihilistic ...
If you had just seven days left to live, would you quit your job and turn into one of those bucket list assholes? Probably. Chances are you'd at least re...
Deep south in the U.S. is a region that has enthralled for years, and while Australia is about to OD on po' boys, pulled pork, and honkytonk bars, those ...
The Two Faces of January
Donuts, minotaurs, gold snake bracelets, crisp suits, murder: I’d give my last Aegean cat to go back to Greece in 1962. Happily, Patricia Highsmith wrote abo...
Plucky young adult Jon (Domhnall Gleeson) is an aspiring musician. His indomitable spirit won’t be worn down by his dull office job or the fact that he lives...
When the going gets tough, the tough get pogoing. Terri Hooley discovered punk rock amidst the violence that tore apart Belfast in the 70s. By DJing, running...
The Trip to Italy
If not for the bouts of improv banter and Michael Caine impersonations, it could be a slick European car commercial. If not for the long expansive sequences ...
Melbourne International Film Festival, first release
The Melbourne International Film Festival is here again to make the winter better-than-tolerable and the line-up is as terrifying, strange and diverse and ex...
MIFF Critics Campus applications open
There is hardly ever a shortage of controversy at film festivals, but we all know that a good critic knows when to reign it in. Who will take the place of Da...
Gia Coppola debut film Palo Alto feels familiar when you watch it. During pre-production for the coming-of-age tale - drawn from James Franco's collectio...
X-Men: Days of Future Past
Let's get this out of the way – I'm not going to claim to know everything about the X-Men series and I’m not going to school you on it either, becaus...
Under the Skin
A rather economical adaptation of Michael Faber’s scifi novel, Jonathan Glazer's (Sexy Beast, Birth) Under the Skin is honestly like nothing you've ...
The Broken Circle Breakdown
“The banjo kind of snarls, which reminds me of punk.” It's a surprising and intriguing line, but perfect for a bluegrass love story set in Be...
It's happened to all of us: a friend tells you they met someone who's 'just like you', that you'll 'definitely get along', that t...
Parents, huh? With her debut feature 52 Tuesdays director Sophie Hyde examines the complexities of family and a mother-daughter closeness that's a bit mo...
There's a dirty book store in the Gold Coast called 'Adult Concepts'. Every time we drive past I joke that they sell things like 'malaise'...
Spanish Film Festival
Isn't it high time you expanded your engagement with Spanish culture beyond parroting phrases from Old El Paso commercials and Dora the Explorer? And hav...
Only Lovers Left Alive
With the blood moon still howling somewhere in the galaxy, it was the perfect week to release Only Lovers Left Alive, Jim Jarmusch’s new beauty of a dark dre...
For a state full of seemingly sunny-dispositioned people, bad things seem to happen an awful lot in Minnesota. From the opening shot of new FX series Fargo -...
Any Day Now
Parenting is the most important job in the world. Don't confuse that with the oldest job in the world, or you'll be hiring hookers to look after your...
The Grand Budapest Hotel
High atop a snowy peak sits Wes Anderson in a pastel-hued daydream, casually blissing out in his trademark mustard suit, om-ing along to a Donovan song or ma...
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