To complement the renowned Alliance Française French Film Festival, the Alliance Française Classic Film Festival aims to annually rediscover classic masterpieces of French cinema

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Winda Expands Scope in 2019

Winda Expands Scope in 2019

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Jojo Rabbit, Jewish Cinema & #JIFF2019

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Japanese Film Festival 2019 Program Lands Across Aus

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Iranian Film Festival sets off across Aus

Iranian Film Festival sets off across Aus

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“There are plenty of movies which seem to have been made by mad men. ‘Possession’ may be the only film in existence which is itself mad: unpredictable, horrific, its moments of terrifying lucidity only serving to highlight the staggering derangement at its core.”– Time Out Isabelle Adjani really seemed possessed while shooting the film and she even told a French magazine that it took her several years to get over playing such a character. Fascinating, unrelenting, evil, deranged and perverted, this psychological horror drama defies easy classification. Exploring themes of marital breakdown, displacement, male jealousy and rage, Possession was a 1980 co-production between France and West Germany, delivered by one of the most revolutionary filmmakers to emerge from Poland after World War II, Andrzej Zulawski, and starring Adjani, who won the award for Best Actress.
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