Waterfall

Australia, 2017 (MIFF 2017, Short Films)

Director: Nora Niasari

While on a family road trip, the tension builds as 14-year-old Zahra struggles to accept her mother’s fiancé in the new film by Nora Niasari (The Phoenix, MIFF 2015).


See also...

Phoenix, The

An exiled Iranian actor teaches drama to teenagers inside an Australian detention centre. Starring the acclaimed pre-revolution Iranian actor Manouchehr Farid in his first acting role in 35 years. ... More »

Crossing

Figures on crowded streets in Japan and Korea are ambiguated through cross processing and grain enlargement in the new film by Richard Tuohy (On the Invention of the Wheel, MIFF 2016; Dot Matrix, MIFF... More »

Family Happiness

Ben Whishaw features as the brother of a troubled sister, both equally torn by a difficult childhood. A new short film by and co-starring Alice Englert (The Boyfriend Game, MIFF 2016). ... More »

Passengers

Desperate to spend time with his six-year-old son, an estranged father takes matters into his own hands. Starring Dan Wyllie. ... More »

The Bad Guy

Two hitmen psych themselves up before executing a target as, after all, they wouldn’t want to kill somebody who wasn’t a bad guy who deserved it. ... Director Max Miller will attend the session on Sat... More »

Somersault Pike

A competitive diver faces her fears while taking on new heights. ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director