Short films by emerging filmmakers from Australia participating in the MIFF Accelerator Lab 2021. See the work of tomorrow’s hottest directors today.
In the midst of a global amnesia pandemic, one man is sent to a government facility to remember who he is.
Zoe Terakes voices a sex-crazed twentysomething in this lurid fever dream of queerness in lockdown.
Commissioned by Chunky Move, this playfully experimental work traverses ritual, body modification and algorithms.
An absurdist study of the human body as a limitless instrument for self-discovery.
In a world with extremes of gravity, Rosa must navigate what it means to feel emotional ups and downs.
Prepare to be astounded as this quacktacular Marvel Comics oddity gets plucked from the depths of history for a glorious 70mm screening.
Melbourne has never looked sleeker than in this low-key mumblecore piece.
Vanessa Paradis, François Damiens and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi lead this charming, lovestruck comedy set in a port of northern France.
Over a hundred years since the publication of the sociological text, La mala vida en Madrid, that coined the term in Spain, what does it mean to be a ‘lowlife’?
You’re in excellent hands with this wicked class satire about a very special immigrant masseur and the affluent individuals who grow besotted with him.
Stuck in a holding pattern, two men attempt to break the cycle.
You always have to watch out for those early warning signs.
Horrific real-world news story becomes giallo-inspired horror in this gleefully deranged interrogation of our conspiracy-fuelled, edgelord-filled times.
In the ruthless world of competitive table-setting, it’s knives at 20 places.
A meditative guide through the Azores archipelago’s history and its inhabitants’ connection to the volatile land.
Siegfried A. Fruhauf returns with a dazzlingly abstracted Rorschach-like lightshow.
This Berlinale FIPRESCI Prize winner is a romantic, Kafkaesque fable full of poignant whimsy and playful imagery.