Ordinary city images of our daily city environment are photographically reshaped to produce a new set of seemingly incongruous images, revealing a black humour: after all, it's all just water off a duck's back.
The red-washed openmg passage of Paul Winkler's new him is mesmeric, it is almost numbing, the Long Shadows of its title could be those of a sunset, those at the last daylight of time They ... More »
Paul Winkler (Popkitsch, MIFF 07), one of Australia's most uncompromising experimental filmmakers, returns with his 16th film in MIFF - a lyrical montage of juxtaposed street-art images, set on ... More »
Metaphors explode sometimes. Faint Echoes is concerned with the act of watching and being watched. Crowd scenes from baseball movies are combined with sequences from Triumph of The Will where Hitler ... More »
Rotation continues Paul Winkler's graphic representation of traumatised space. The architecture of rotation is like a series of colourful mobile postcards. The foreboding film noir sound collides ... More »
Paul Winkler (Shooting Arrows, MIFF 2012) continues to explore street art and how it is perceived in this stylish and playful presentation of found graffiti pieces. ... World Premiere. ... D/P/S Paul ... More »