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The 2022 Human Rights Arts and Film Festival is about to connect humans of Melbourne
Documentaries, stirring fiction features, and electrifying special events make this year’s festival unmissable.
Every film in Eaglehawk’s shiny new film festival has the title ‘Gold’
In January 2022, ten solid-gold movies will arrive at Greater Bendigo’s remarkable Star Cinema.
No more capacity limits! Melbourne cinemas are now fully re-opened
As Victoria reaches ‘Phase D’ with 90% of the state vaccinated, our fave movie houses are back to their full former glory.
Your wish is granted! ACMI’s Disney: The Magic of Animation has been extended to 2022
A remarkable compilation of works, from Frozen to Fantasia, reopens for Melbourne House of Mouse fans.
Shout it from the rooftops—Melbourne’s open air cinemas are back from October 22
Drive-ins, Lido, and Cameo cinemas can welcome back moviegoers, once the state of Victoria reaches its vaccination target next week.
How to watch the gastronomical Nicolas Cage movie Pig in Australia
“Who has my pig?” Alex Wolff co-stars in this portrait of loneliness, isolation, and really delicious food.
Making Australian classics: we talk to the filmmaking duo behind Malcolm and The Big Steal
Nadia Tass and David Parker talk trams, casting Aussie stars, and marrying your creative collaborator.
Feeling MIFFed at Melbourne’s lockdown? Here’s 10 must-see films from the online program MIFF Play
We’re devo that the festival’s in-person screenings are cancelled, but these amazing titles take the pain away.
Why the new Anthony Bourdain documentary is causing controversy
The late chef’s voice has been digitally reconstructed in an intimate new doco, raising questions of filmmaking ethics.
Cult Melbourne comedy Malcolm is getting a tram-tastic 35th anniversary screening
Cinema Nova shows this quirky Aussie comedy, starring Colin Friels as a lonely inventor-turned-criminal.
Celebrating Indigenous cinema, Birrarangga Film Festival is returning to Melbourne
A celebration of Indigenous films from all around the globe will take place at the new and improved ACMI.
4 Australian cinemas have been listed in Time Out’s ’50 Most Beautiful Cinemas In The World’
Melbourne and Sydney should feel mighty proud to host these magical movie houses; have you visited them yet?
At last! Melbourne’s ACMI reopens with a state-of-the-art redevelopment
Fall into a wonderland of screen history and culture with the Melbourne museum’s brand new exhibitions.
Mark Wahlberg’s burger chain Wahlburgers could soon open locations Down Under
The Hollywood actor’s family restaurant chain is seeking to open stores in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Perth.
An indoor drive-in cinema? Sounds crazy, but one’s coming to Melbourne in January
The Melbourne Exhibition centre can host up to 174 cars in its COVID-safe cinema setting.
5 films to see during this year’s online-only Melbourne Film Festival
Audiences from all around Australia can check out 113 films, including 12 world premieres.
This year Melbourne Film Festival is going digital with ‘MIFF 68 1/2’
Cheekily named MIFF 68½, the streamable festival will ‘foster new audience connections’.
Excellent! A Keanu Reeves movie marathon is coming to Melbourne and Sydney
Melburnians and Sydneysiders can worship at the altar of Keanu every Friday night.
Here are 7 of the best and most batshit crazy films playing at MIFF
The good, the better and the batshit.
Legendary ‘Pope of Trash’ John Waters is coming to Australia
Waters will dance all the way to Australia, performing a one man show called Make Trouble,
10 films to see at the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival
The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival has established a name for itself.
Watch Casino Royale on the big screen, with a live performance from the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
The MSO for the first time takes on the James Bond universe.