Archive Film Screenings
Melbourne International Film Festival
Presenting a curated global program of innovative screen experiences and the world’s largest showcase of exceptional Australian filmmaking, MIFF is an accessible, iconic cultural event that provides transformative experiences for audiences and filmmakers alike.[mehr …]
Brisbane International Film Festival
The Brisbane International Film Festival is back! Four years after it were declared dead this year BIFF will screen approximately 60 films from all around the world.
The festival takes place in Palace Barracks and Palace Centro and will also feature a few popular German-made and German co-produced films. [mehr …]
Train to Peace at Arab Film Festival Australia
AFFA is a community based and community driven film festival that brings together the best in contemporary Arab cinema to Australian audiences.
There will be also screened the film Train to Peace (2016) made by the German directors Jakob Weyde and Jost Althoff. [mehr …]
Heidi (2015) at German Week Sydney
The German Week from 8 August to 19 August brings Germany to Sydney. Among other events like a German style Christmas Market there is also a film screening of Heidi (2015) in German with English subtitles (organised by Deutschstunde and Goethe-Institut Sydney).
Queer Screen Film Fest
This festival is one of Australia’s largest film festivals of any kind, and one of the top five queer film festivals in the world. It is highly regarded by filmmakers all over the world, and is the most important platform for promoting LGBTIQ titles to distributors and exhibitors in this territory. [mehr …]
Antenna Documentary Film Festival
In October 2017 this festival returns for its seventh edition. With a rich and diverse program that challenges conceptions and conventions of the world around us, the festival will once again be screening the very best in non-fiction cinema from Australia and around the world. [mehr …]
Rainer Werner Fassbinder Retrospective
This is the first major retrospective of Fassbinder's work to be staged in Australia. To allow for a complete presentation, including works based on Fassbinder's plays and those staring the director in principal roles, this program will be presented in two seasons. This is part one. [mehr …]
Canberra International Film Festival
The 2017 program of CIFF will be an exciting blend of the world’s best cinema and emphasising new works from Asia and Australia. The 10-day event presents astonishing diversity of ideas and styles which are given a chance to be appreciated on the big screen. [mehr …]