Oscar Animated Shorts is a special release of the 2024 Oscar nominated short films in Animation that will be showing on the big screen for one time only at Mount Vic Flicks. See them all before the Academy Awards on March 11 (AEDT)!
Oscar Live Action Shorts is a special release of the 2024 Oscar nominated short films in Live Action that will be showing on the big screen for one time only at Mount Vic Flicks. See them all before the Academy Awards on March 11 (AEDT)!
“I’d love to see you in the moonlight with your head thrown back and your body on fire.” Get swept away by the stunning 4K restoration of one of the most erotic sapphic romances to ever grace our screens. Long considered a pivotal addition to the LGBTIQ+ canon.
Don’t miss your chance to experience this eclectic collection of some of the best short films from this year’s Mardi Gras Film Festival!
Jules’ entire life falls apart after he’s the victim of a violent gay bashing whilst in drag. Months later, a vulnerable Jules spots his attacker at a gay sauna. When it becomes clear the deeply-closeted Preston doesn’t recognise him out of drag, Jules makes a split-second decision to pursue him, setting in motion a tense game of cat and mouse. As he dives deeper into Preston’s world of power plays, drug dealing and performative masculinity, how far is Jules willing to go to get revenge?
This quirky documentary follows octogenarian Isla, whose straight-shooting and funny personality (and love for horse driving carriages) makes her a local hero. Isla lives with her girlfriend on a farm in regional South Australia – though she still calls herself a widow, having raised four children with a man. Taking care of a family in economically tough times, and having come out later in life, Isla is resilient and rebellious in this heartwarming and humorous portrait of an older woman living an ordinary life in an extraordinary way.
Reel Rock is coming to Australia and New Zealand in March 2024 with four fantastic new films featuring Josh Wharton, Vince Anderson, Angie Scarth-Johnson, Hazel Findlay, Sachi Amma, Danyil Boldyrev, Matt Groom, Ksenia Zakharova, plus Chris Sharma, Matty Hong, Steve House, Tommy Caldwell, and more!
Where and how women choose to birth matters. Born At Home takes viewers on a journey to understand what it takes to have a positive and transformative birth experience. Featuring insights from women's personal birth stories, midwives, medical professionals and researchers, the film explores the importance of an undisturbed hormonal flow, the benefits of continuity of carer, why the birthing environment matters and ultimately how homebirth may just be the key to reclaiming this amazing rite of passage.
See the film that inspired James Cameron and his smash hit, Titanic! A Night to Remember remains the clearest, most honourable cinematic depiction of the Titanic disaster. Directed by Roy Ward Baker, the film is based on Walter Lord’s book of the same name and follows the events of the disaster in a chronological and detailed manner. The film’s attention to historical accuracy and the use of real footage of the ship, makes it the definitive recreation of the night. Popular cocktails from the Edwardian period will be available on the night and dressing up will be met with delight and a free choc top!
Narrated by Jonny Moseley, All Time dives deep into elements that Warren himself first identified as the stuff of which snowy dreams are made. From the birth of ski towns like Sun Valley and Aspen to icons and innovators like the original hotdoggers, the film brings the best of seven decades along with humour and inspiration from today - featuring Maine’s finest athlete, Donny Pelletier, and the next generation of skiers and riders at Woodward Park City.
2024 marks the tenth year of the RunNation Film Festival. The festival is an original, inspiring event attended by running celebrities, thousands of runners and non-runners around Australia, New Zealand and many parts of the world. We receive film submissions from Australia and across the globe and curate them into an incredible two-hour screening. It is not just about running; It is about celebrating the human spirit, using running as a storytelling medium.
The annual Fly Fishing Film Tour is a travelling roadshow of the best fly fishing films in the world. Through a submission process, films are selected to bring some of the best content to the big screen in your hometown. The F3T is more than just the film, our shows aim to create community, inspire, encourage and support conservation efforts worldwide. Each evening is complete with a live emcee, raffle and door prizes from our premium sponsors, local fly shops and more.
The Women’s Adventure Film Tour is back for its 8th season bringing you a selection of new short films that celebrate the inspiring women around us who are doing extraordinary things in the name of adventure. Every year, our unique films are carefully chosen to show awesome women achieving their personally adventurous goals. Being adventurous doesn't always mean being the fastest, going the highest, or doing the most extreme things. Adventure for most of us is stepping outside our comfort zone and climbing our own Everest. The films showcase real stories about women from a variety of cultures and sports around the world.
Climbing Film Tour 2024 is a thrilling and adrenaline-pumping experience, showcasing the most captivating Australian vertical adventures on the global stage. More details coming soon!
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