NEW RELEASE: Lipstick

The search for the perfect red. With an off beat sense of humour, LIPSTICK looks at the politics and glamour of lipstick and the dilemmas of the modern woman in a marketed world.

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FEATURED: Helen's War - Portrait of a Dissident

Dr Helen Caldicott, firebrand anti-nuclear campaigner, celebrated author and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, is too alarmed to retire. Certain that the White House's War on Terror is escalating the global nuclear arms race.

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NEW RELEASE: The Galahs

In 1967 a group of Victorian AFL (VFL) stars jetted off to challenge the All-Ireland champions, County Meath, at their own game. The players were, and are, household names - Barassi, Skilton, Jesaulenko, Davis, Hart, Nicholls, Mann, Dugdale, Fraser.

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NEW RELEASE: The Farmer's Cinematheque

THE FARMER’S CINEMATHEQUE interprets a rich archive of films by Relvy and John Teasdale, farmers from the Victorian Wimmera, revealing stories and spirits embedded in the land.

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NEW RELEASE: Dancer

Filmmaker Steven Cantor examines the life and career of ballet dancer Sergei Polunin, from his early days in the Ukraine to his performances in the United Kingdom, Russia and America.

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FEATURED: Emily in Japan

Behind the scenes of the blockbuster exhibition of paintings by the Indigenous artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye which toured Japan attracting record crowds.

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NEW RELEASE: Daughter

Daughter is an exploration of gendered violence and victim blaming, as shown through the experiences of three different women on a Friday night out in St Kilda.

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NEW RELEASE: Local Hero

A Texas oil billionaire attempts to buy out a remote Scottish fishing village for an oil refinery, and sends ace dealmaker Mac (Peter Riegert) to secure his property rights.

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FEATURED: Set Fire to the Stars

Based on John M Brinnin's account of his hell-raising hero, Dylan Thomas', first visit to New York in 1950.

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NEW RELEASE: Monsieur Mayonnaise

Artist and filmmaker Philippe Mora is producing a graphic novel about his late father, Georges, widely known in Melbourne as a beloved contemporary art patron and owner of bohemian eateries Mirka Café, Café Balzac and the Tolarno Restaurant.

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tags: Australian history, Documentary

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date: 10th Jul 2017

tags: Australian history, Documentary, Humanities

For more than fifty years, Relvy Teasdale and his son John made beautiful films on their farm and within their small community in the Wimmera region of Australia. For the Teasdales, farming and film-making were an inter- related devotional practice, offering views into the psychological, social and economic complexities of a wondrous and sophisticated rural world that on the one hand seems to be disappearing but on the other continues to sustain, adapt and recreate itself. Their luminous archive connects past and present generations, revealing the rhythms and rituals of life on the land and drawing surprising parallels between settler and indigenous modes of mapping and looking after country.

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tags: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

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