Jewish international Film Festival

Home of the most comprehensive range of Israeli and Jewish themed films in Australia and an Annual National Film Festival in November

Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Canberra, Sydney (October 2019)

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Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

For such a well known actress, Melissa McCarthy is strangely underrated ...
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Before they shut for renovations, join our friends at ACMI for a celebration of the clandestine cinema of Jafar Panahi. An irrepressible voice of Iranian New Wave cinema, Panahi was arrested, imprisoned and banned from film making before releasing his most successful films in secret. Screens May 2-21.--->
Screening as a part of Human Rights Arts and Film Festival, The Sign for Love offers an intimate, funny and heartwarming look into the life of deaf Israeli Elad Cohen. Using his camera as a diary, Cohen paints a deeply affecting and occasionally hilarious portrait of disability, parenthood and the complexities of balancing the two.Screens 11 May at ACMI; tickets here --->
Designed for the Australian documentary, factual and non-fiction media community, AIDC - Australian International Documentary Conference (3-6 March, ACMI, Melbourne) offers an exceptional program of masterclasses, knowledge sessions, networking and marketplace opportunities, featuring over 90 speakers and 80 decision makers from around the globe. It's an essential event for professionals and for the next generation of the industry. Don't miss your chance to attend. Registration prices increase Monday 25 February.Explore the program and register at
For our Sydney community — Queer Screen - Mardi Gras Film Festival is ON NOW! Get ready for 16 days of LGBTIQ film and events, showcasing queer stories and diverse experiences from all over the world! Tickets at
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