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July 2022

The Marvellous Corricks exhibition

July 1
National Film & Sound Archive, McCoy Circuit, Acton + Google Map

Opening July 1 at NFSA in Acton, The Marvellous Corricks is a free, boutique exhibition about the lives and careers of the touring family of ten who entertained Australian audiences with their vaudeville-style show. The Marvellous Corricks provides an opportunity to explore the lives of early travelling entertainers through the lens of the NFSA’s collection. The archive retains a superb collection of films, stills and objects, some of which are on display for the first time, donated by Corrick family…

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Revelation Perth International Film Festival

July 7 - July 17
Luna Leederville, 155 Oxford Street
Leederville, WA 6007 Australia
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The 25th annual Revelation Perth International Film Festival returns to Luna Cinemas Leederville for a 10-day celebration of the best independent global and local cinema. The silver jubilee edition includes 26 feature films, 16 full length documentaries and over 50 short films and short documentaries from 29 countries.

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Scandinavian Film Festival

July 12 - August 10

Showcasing the best new cinema from the Nordic region, the Carlsberg Scandinavian Film Festival returns to Palace, Palace Nova and Luna Palace Cinemas this July. The program includes Finland’s The Woodcutter Story(Metsurin tarina), the directorial debut from Mikko Myllylahti which screened in Cannes Critics Week, while the opening night selection includes a co-production between Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Czech Republic and Poland titled Margrete – Queen of the North (Margrete den første) from director Charlotte Sieling. Also on the early line-up is The…

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WIFT Australia – Excellence in Craft webinar: Jane Castle and Polly Pierce

July 15 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Cinematographer-turned-director Jane Castle and cinematographer and director Polly Pierce will discuss adaptability, resilience and survival in the film industry in a free WIFT Australia webinar. Both filmmakers have an interest in issues around mental health and resilience and both have pivoted from one key creative role to another as their careers have progressed. The duo will discuss their transitions from cinematography into directing and then delve into discussion around Castle's latest film When the Camera Stopped Rolling, a feature documentary…

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Masterpieces of Ukrainian Cinema

July 20 - August 3
ACMI, Melbourne, Flinders St
Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia
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Melbourne Cinémathèque announces a very special curated season, Masterpieces of Ukrainian Cinema. The season pairs six historical and contemporary retrospective titles across three weeks showcasing works of auteurs, contemporary talent, and some of Ukraine’s greatest films of all time. The season screens from July 20 – August 3 every Wednesday from 7pm at ACMI. The program commemorates Ukraine’s 100-years of feature filmmaking and is made possible by the Dovzhenko Centre (the Ukrainian National Film Archive), whereby a portion of the season’s proceeds…

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Melbourne Documentary Film Festival

July 21 - July 31
Cinema Nova, 380 Lygon Street
Carlton, VIC 3053 Australia
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Melbourne Documentary Film Festival will present its 7th edition, 'Punks, Rebels, Mavericks and Renegades' in-cinema at Carlton's Cinema Nova this monbth. The line-up includes 120 documentaries, including web series, VR and shorts. Among the line-up are seven world premieres and four digital Australian premieres. Twenty-four Australian feature docs will screen in competition. Opening night will consist of three films, Charlotte White's Angel, Camden Casey's Making Wonder and Fiona Cochrane's PATOU: In Black in White. Closing the festival will be Craig Miller's…

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Taiwan Film Festival

July 28 - August 13

The 5th Taiwan Film Festival is returning to Australian cinemas from July 28 to August 13. This year's program will be presented in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra, with more than 30 sessions and 20 Australian premieres. The slate of features, hybrid documentaries, classic retrospectives, and shorts includes the opening film Goddamned Asura (2021), from writers Lou Yi-An and Singing Chen, who team up once again to question and reshape the karma effect of the decisions made in everyday lives.…

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Five Star – David Dhalatnghu Gulpilil

July 28 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The legacy of screen icon David Dhalatnghu Gulpilil will be honoured and celebrated at two special events taking place in Darwin on Thursday, July 28, culminating in a one-night-only public event at Darwin’s Deckchair Cinema, hosted by his family and friends. Storytellers, speakers, and guests include Witiyana Marika, Ernie Dingo, Lillian Crombie, John Jarratt, Jida Gulpilil, Trevor Jamieson, Aunty June Mills, and more. Tickets are now on sale for Five Star - David Dhalatnghu Gulpilil. Named after the way this…

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August 2022

MIFF 37° South Market

August 4 - August 7

A selective event held during Melbourne International Film Festival for producers to pitch their script-stage screen projects to potential financiers. The market also includes screenings for buyers, modules for publishers and IP owners pitching to producers their manuscripts/creative assets for potential screen adaptations, and writers pitching their screenplays to producers, plus panel discussions.

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Australian Womens Film Festival: Submissions

August 15
Event Cinemas, George Street, 505/525 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia
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After launching in 2021, the Australian Womens Film Festival (AWFF) - a short film festival created by women, for women - is returning for its second year on September 18, 2022 at Event Cinemas, George Street in Sydney. As of today, tickets are on sale and can be purchased via www.awff.com.au Joining the female judging panel for 2022 are Phoebe Tonkin, Margaret Pomeranz, Nakkiah Lui, Amanda Duthie, and Deborah Huxley. The program will include a VIP red-carpet event, a curated…

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