Fantastic Film Festival Australia

Serving up weird, wonderful and boundary-pushing new cinema, Fantastic Film Festival Australia (FFFA) comes to Lido Cinemas, Hawthorn and Ritz Cinemas

Melbourne, Sydney (Apr 1-14, 2021)

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"An attitude, an ambition;" Fantastic Film Festival lands in Sydney and Melbourne

“An attitude, an ambition;” Fantastic Film Festival lands in Sydney and Melbourne

โ€œThe thing that I found so exciting about programming the festival was that for a ...
The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse

It was weird ...
Paracinema Fest: "Climbing over Boundaries"

Paracinema Fest: “Climbing over Boundaries”

Paracinema as a style of and approach to cinema has always been about climbing over ...
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Tonight's the night! Join us live on Zoom at 8pm for a Q&A with THE FOAMING NODE director Ian Haig, or watch the livestream through our Facebook page. 

๐ŸŽฅ Stream the film here:
๐Ÿ“ Register for the Q&A here:
If you missed the live event, you can now revisit LUZ director Tilman Singer's conversation with FFFA artistic director for free on At Home. 

Stream it for free here --->
"CLIMATE OF THE HUNTER never sacrifices its smarts for fun (or vice versa), but with its dazzling visual and hypnotic descent downwards into a seemingly inevitable chaos, the film's delights are ultimately as sensorial as they are intellectual." - Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

The new film from Mickey Reece, CLIMATE OF THE HUNTER screens at Lido Cinemas tonight --->
Acclaimed director Fatih Akin (In the Fade) takes us on a dark and depraved journey into the world of Fritz Honka, an alcoholic serial killer who terrorised the female patrons of his local dive bar in 1970s Germany. 

Be warned: THE GOLDEN GLOVE is a gruesome and raw film not recommended for the faint of heart!

Tickets --->
Starring Game of Thrones' Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, SUICIDE TOURIST screens tonight at Lido Cinemas.

Tickets selling fast --->