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Films Screened In 2010

Lily (Kasimir Burgess, 2010)
A girl and her father share their last holiday. Based on a series of paintings by Julia Ciccarone. ... --- ... D/S Kasimir Burgess P Julia Ciccarone, Kasimir Burgess TD digibeta/2010 ... --- ... D/S … Read more

LITTLE SPARROWS (Yu-Hsiu Camille Chen, 2010)
A story about secrets, loss and the desire to love. ... Over one hot Australian Christmas, Susan discovers her breast cancer has spread, and one by one her daughters return to be by her side. Her ‘… Read more

LOLA (Brillante Mendoza, 2009)
“Though arthritic and weary, these two gray panthers offer a sharp, unsentimental portrait of cunning and determination.” - Village Voice ... In the permanently flooded district of Malabon in Man… Read more

Long Live The New Flesh (Nicolas Provost, 2009)
Nicolas Provost uses existing classic horror films and creates a new horror where each scene devours the last. ... --- ... D/P/S Nicolas Provost TD 35mm/2009 ... --- ... D/P/S Nicolas Provost TD 35mm… Read more

Lou Barlow: Goodnight Unknown (Adam Harding, 2010)
A revealing and intimate glimpse into the creative process of indie rock pioneer Lou Barlow of Dinosaur Jr, Sebadoh and Folk Implosion. ... --- ... D/P Adam Harding TD betacamsp/2010 ... --- ... D/P … Read more

LOURDES (Jessica Hausner, 2009)
“Sly and suggestive, Lourdes is a cosmic black comedy that bumps up against the metaphysical.” - Time Out New York ... Skeptical multiple sclerosis sufferer Christine (Sylvie Testud) claims she i… Read more

LOVE IN A PUFF (Pang Ho-cheung , 2010)
“A eulogy to lung pollution, Love in a Puff makes sharing a pack of cigarettes look sexier than sharing a bed.” - Hollywood Reporter ... In post-cigarette ban Hong Kong, smokers gather around rub… Read more

LSD (Dibakar Bannerjee, 2010)
You're being watched. ... Technology, media and voyeurism interweave in stories covering love, sex and dhokha (treachery) in the modern age. From forbidden romance to hidden cameras and shonky sting … Read more

MACHETE MAIDENS UNLEASHED! (Mark Hartley, 2010)
Blood! Breasts! Beasts! A brutal orgy of ghastly terror! ... Busty babes, mutated monsters and midget secret agents, the Filipino genre films of the 70s and 80s had it all. Saturating drive-ins aroun… Read more

Madagascar, Carney de Voyage (Bastien Dubois, 2009)
The travelogue of a lone western tourist in Madagascar dances off the page and brings colorful local customs to life. ... --- ... D/S Bastien Dubois P Ron Dyens, Aurélia Prévieu WS Sacreble… Read more

MAI MAI MIRACLE (Sunao Katabuchi, 2009)
'As beautifully illustrated as a Monet landscape painting.'- Hollywood Reporter ... Adapted from Nobuko Takagi's autobiographical novel about growing up in rural post-war Japan, Mai Mai Miracle is a … Read more

MAKING IT HANDMADE! (Anna Brownfield, 2010)
Think craft is for grannies? Think again. ... A seditious and subversive subculture is gaining momentum in Melbourne. But rather than wielding megaphones and placards, they're cross-stitching slogans… Read more

MAMMUTH (Benoît Delépine, Gustave de Kervern, 2009)
Gérard Depardieu heads up a consummate laugh-fest as a retiree on the road trip of his life. ... Offbeat French directing duo Benoît Delépine and Gustave de Kervern generated loads of laughs … Read more

Manurewa (Sam Peacocke, 2010)
The lives of the residents of Manurewa, New Zealand, clash in tragedy. Based on true events. ... --- ... D/S Sam Peacocke P Kristian Eek WS NZ Film Commission L English, Punjabi w/English subtitles T… Read more

MARK (Mike Hoolboom, 2009)
“The impossible happened, the thing that was never supposed to occur.” - filmmaker Mike Hoolboom ... Experimental filmmaker Mike Hoolboom dives into deeply personal territory in this moving docum… Read more

MARWENCOL (Jeff Malmberg, 2010)
“It just gets weirder and weirder.” - Mark Hogancamp ... After a vicious bashing left him brain damaged and broke, Mark Hogancamp sought recovery in ‘Marwencol' - a 1/6th-scale World War II-era… Read more

Maska (Quay Brothers, 2010)
Created limb by limb and programmed to kill, a deadly automaton questions her maker. New stop-motion animation from the award-winning Quay Brothers. ... --- ... D/S Quay Brothers P Zbigniew Zmudzki, … Read more

MATCHING JACK (Nadia Tass, 2010)
Sometimes it takes a trauma to change things for the better. ... An inner-urban Melbourne family is turned upside down when their young son Jack is diagnosed with leukemia, and his father's years of … Read more

MATINEE (1993) (Joe Dante, 1993)
“In this funny, philosophical salute to B-movies and the B-Moguls who made them, Dante looks back fondly on growing up with the apocalypse always in your mind.” - Washington Post ... Genial, Will… Read more

MEDAL OF HONOR (Calin Peter Netzer, 2009)
“A medal glitters, but it also casts a shadow.” - Winston Churchill ... Miserable curmudgeon Ion is anything but a hero. Both his son and wife haven't spoken to him in years, and Ion spends his d… Read more

MERLE HAGGARD: LEARNING TO LIVE WITH MYSELF (Gandulf Hennig, 2010)
“I'm living proof that things go wrong in America and I'm also living proof that things can go right.” - Merle Haggard. ... Country music legend and poet of the common man Merle Haggard takes cen… Read more

Miramare (Michaela Müller, 2009)
On the Mediterranean borders of Europe, tourists try to relax whilst ‘illegal' immigrants struggle for a chance for a better life. ... --- ... D/S Michaela Müller P Academy of Fine Arts Zagreb… Read more

MONSTERS (Gareth Edwards, 2010)
“If John Cassavetes had ever made a sci-fi thriller, it probably would've looked and sounded a lot like this.” - Variety ... Six years ago a NASA space probe crashed to earth with a shipload of a… Read more

Mother of Many (Emma Lazenby, 2009)
The most dangerous journey needs a helping hand from someone who experiences it every day. ... --- ... D/S Emma Lazenby P Sally Arthur TD digibeta/2009 ... --- ... D/S Emma Lazenby P Sally Arthur TD … Read more

MOTHER OF ROCK: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF LILLIAN ROXON (Paul Clarke, 2010)
A tribute to a pioneer of modern rock journalism. ... In New York City in 1968 a revolution was under way in a tiny club called Max's Kansas City. When Andy Warhol's Factory superstars collided with … Read more

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