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Zipper (Antoinette Starkiewicz, 1998)
The latest offering from one of Australia's finest animators takes us on a breathless journey through 20th century images in art and fashion. Using an innovative combination of live action, animation… Read more

ZIVELI: MEDICINE FOR THE HEART (Les Blank, 1987)
... ... Les Blank's long association with the Melbourne Film Festival ' continues with Ziveli, an anthropologtcal document on the culture and music of the Serbian-American communities of Chicago and … Read more

ZIZEK! (Astra Taylor, 2005)
“We can all come away comforted that in academia, as in poetry and science, adored ‘rock stars' can be old, paunchy, and less than beautiful.” - Village Voice ... Philosopher, Slavoj Zizek, is … Read more

ZOHRE & MANOUCHEHR (Mitra Farahani, 2004)
Zohre & Manouchehr France/Iran'How did religion become a political system and manage to penetrate our privacy, creating a feeling of anxiety around the subject of sexuality' How can love and sexualit… Read more

Zombie Honeymoon (Dave Gebroe, )
Denise takes her marriage vows seriously. It should come as no surprise then that when her new hubby Danny is attacked and infected by a zombie sailor, she stands right by her man... at least up unti… Read more

Zone, The (, 2004)
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ZOO (Robinson Devor, 2006)
In 2005, a 45 year-old executive was anonymously delivered to hospital with a perforated colon. Following his subsequent death, videotapes found at his home showed him having sex with an Arabian stal… Read more

Zoo (Bert Haanstra, 1962)
Bert Haanstra's latest film is joy to watch. A visit to the zoo is made an opportunity for cross-cutting: we switch from animals to humans, from striped dresses to zebras, and we wonder who is lookin… Read more

Zoo (Bert Haanstra, 1962)
A 1962 short from Bert Haanstra made from footage he secretly shot of people visiting Amsterdam's Artis Zoo. ... --- ... D/P Bert Haanstra S Bert Haanstra, Simon Carmiggelt L no dialogue TD 16mm /196… Read more

Zoo, The (Sophie Hayward, 2012)
A surreal and absurdist black comedy set during a dinner party where the line between civilisation and pack animal behaviour disappears altogether. ... World Premiere. ... D/S Sophie Hayward P Ruth M… Read more

Zoom Lapse (John Du Cane, 1975)
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[A]torsion (Stefan Arsenijevic, 2002)
Sarajevo, 1994. In a besieged tunnel connecting ordinary folk to the outside world, a mixed amateur choir is called upon to save a pregnant, albeit ailing cow. However the group must also bond togeth… Read more

[REC.] (MA15+) (Jaume Balguero, Paco Plaza, 2007)
“While most cinematic genres are languishing, the horror movie is alive and well and holidaying in the Spanish sun.” - GuardianThe shaky camera trend of horror that began with The Blair Witch Pro… Read more

[REC] GENESIS (Paco Plaza, 2012)
“[REC] Genesis is possibly the sweetest, most endearing film I've seen in quite some time; throat rips, chainsaws, gut munches and vicious possessed included.” - Fangoria ... Paco Plaza (co-direc… Read more

¡VIVAN LAS ANTIPODAS! (Victor Kossakovsky, 2011)
“Constructed around an elegantly simple idea but executed with grace and ingenuity.” - Variety ... What would happen if you drilled a tunnel straight through the centre of the earth? It's a fanta… Read more

¿Donde está Kim Basinger? (Edouard Delue, 2009)
A French road trip in Argentina turns into a mission for Marcus to cheer up his recently dumped brother Antoine. ... --- ... D Edouard Delue P Emmanuel Agneray, Jerome Bleitrach S Edouard Deluc, Oliv… Read more

“G” (Jon Huberth, 1971)
An ecobalance is established in New York City. ... Read more

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