The Melbourne Women in Film Festival is a not-for-profit festival aimed at celebrating and supporting the work of women in Australian screening industry – from directors, writers and producers to cinematographers, sound designers and editors

Melbourne (Feb 20-23, 2020)

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Past and Future: Persian Film Festival 2019

Past and Future: Persian Film Festival 2019

“We are proud that the 8th Persian Film Festival is paying a tribute to the ...
Knives Out

Knives Out

Mystery-comedies don’t get made very much, nor do flicks that would have Agatha Christie queuing ...
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Color Out of Space

Color Out of Space

First of all; it’s stunning ...
Winda Expands Scope in 2019

Winda Expands Scope in 2019

“We have seen a strengthening of stories from around the world playing into genres" ...
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Wondering what you're going to do this Thursday night? Well never fear! We have 2 double passes to our JIFF co-presented screening and panel of What She Said: the Art of Pauline Kael to giveaway! Be one of the first two people to like and tag a friend below and a double pass is yours! #womeninfilm #filmfestival #giveaway #jiff #melbourne #screening
We're thrilled to be working with JIFF to present What She Said: the Art of Pauline Kael, a fabulous new documentary on one of the most famous and divisive film critics of all time. We'll be hosting a panel discussion after the screening at Classic Cinema Elsternwick on November 14 at 6:30pm. Screen critics Lesley Chow, Valerie Ng and Keva York will be chatting with us about on the importance of women's voices in film criticism and will share insights from their own experiences as critics. Tickets available now! https://www.jiff.com.au/films/what-she-said-the-art-of-pauline-kael
The mysterious Isabelle Adjani is the focus of this season of the Alliance Française Classic Film Festival. Throughout her great and internationally acclaimed career, she has played contrasting heroines, juggling from rebellious to delicate. Running on Sundays from Nov 10-24 at the iconic Astor theatre, this is an opportunity to (re)discover some of Adjani's most enigmatic performances. http://afclassicfilmfestival.org/schedule/
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