MDFF: Short Session 6
By Charlotte White
This intimate, in-depth look at India Angel’s songwriting process and celebrated debut single ‘Move On.’ reveals the emotional and vulnerable road from pen and paper to commercial success.
Nanna Power - The Story of the Gloucester Knitting Nannas
By Treechange Films
What could cause a great grandmother to lock herself to a fence? The Gloucester Knitting Nannas formed during the regional New South Wales town’s fight against AGL, which made national headlines. 'When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty' is the motivation behind four grandmothers who protest against gas and greed in Australia.
By Jaina Kalifa & Amelia Paxman
Aldo has always felt like a being from another planet, stranded on Earth. His autism and long struggle to speak fluently alienated him from others. Now, he searches for meaning in the esoteric and for connection with people like himself.
2020 a Covid Space Odyssey
By Alina Manolache & Vladimir Potop
Astronaut Jessica Meir's seven-month mission on the International Space Station (expedition 62, from September 2019-April 2020) glides from the euphoria of the first days in zero gravity, to the deep pressure of the first all-female spacewalk in history, and finally to a completely unexpected event: seeing the global pandemic on earth unfold from orbit. Will the astronaut be returning to a completely different planet?
The Mesdames of Mayhem
By Cat Mills
Delve into the dark minds of a collective of murder mystery writers and learn of the creepy, sometimes twisted realities that inspire these women's stories. Every two years, a group of authors in their 50s-80s, combine their forces and write an anthology of murderous short stories. They call themselves The Mesdames of Mayhem. While most fiction writing has historically been dominated by men, we see an exception with crime writing. The readership of crime fiction is mostly women. So why do women love murder? Through the stories of four Mesdames, Lisa, Melodie, Jane and Donna, we learn why women are drawn to the crime fiction world and how they restore chaos and obtain justice-even if it is just on paper
By Josephine Anderson
In this short documentary, three women reflect on their willingness to sustain broken bones, concussions, and organ damage as professional mountain bikers. On Falling is a dreamy, unorthodox glimpse into the inner landscapes of those immersed in a subculture where falling is normal. Blending white-knuckle riding, crashes, and quiet self-examination, the film unfolds as a sensory meditation on the rush of control that comes with completely letting go.
Deluxe: In-Cinema dining session.
Event: Special event screening, complimentary & discount tickets do not apply
CC & AD: Closed Captions or Audio Description available for individual/personal use in those shows indicating a 'CC & AD' notation on a film's session time booking button. Please note that only selected sessions are capable of offering the Closed Captions or Audio Description option, please contact the cinema in the event of confusion to avoid disappointment.
Session times for the new cinema week, commencing each Thursday, will be released the Tuesday afternoon prior
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