Wed, 22 Feb|
CFF 4 for $50 Pass. 11 great upcoming films to choose from
From Academy Award nominated films, Close and All the Beauty And The Bloodshed to the long listed CORSAGE, and The Blue Caftan to the riveting Shackleton, Building Bastille, Aalto, We Are Still Here and Corners of The Earth. See details in about the event below.
Time & Location
22 Feb, 7:00 pm
Caloundra, 11 Bulcock St, Caloundra QLD 4551, Australia
About the Event
Choose 4 from the list below. Make note of the dates and times. You will not be issued with seperate tickets for each film.
We will contact you re your choices or you can let us know.
You can also add Full Time Sun 19th feb at 2.30pm and Petite Maman Sun 26th of Feb at 2.30pm to your list of choices
should you wish.
CORSAGE Wed 22 Feb 7pm. Shortlisted for the Oscars Best International Film. (German-French with Eng Subs) Empress Elizabeth from Austria-Hungary rankles at the restrictions of the court. High end art house film.
Building Bastille Tue 7 Mar 7pm Canadian_French with Eng subs) The 1980's. The French need a new opera House and an unknown Canadian architect wins the award to build it. Trouble starts immediately - 5 stars!
SHACKLETON Thu 9 Mar 7pm (Aus) 28 lost adventurers in Antartica/an incredible story retold by adventurer Tim Jarvis with stunning archive and modern day footage which shows the ice world now in full retreat.
Aalto Sun 12th March 2.30 (Fin-Eng with some subs) Modernist Finnish master Alvar Aalto. A love story and the origins of modernism all in the one film. Revealing and absorbing.
All The Beauty and The Bloodshed (U.S.) Tue 14th march 7pm Artist Nan Goldin tells her story and takes on Big Pharma- its Oscars bound- an art film and a protest film all in one and both stories are profound. Must see.
Corners Of The Earth: Kamchatka Wed 29th Mar (Aus) A surf trip to Russia's north east just as Putin invades Ukraine. Make Surf not War in the most inhospitable conditions in the world is the motto here as friendships are formed that break down barries. with a Q&A WITH STARS OF THE FILM: LETTY MORTENSON & FRASER DOVELL AND FILMMAKERS SPENCER FROST, GUY WILLIMENT & LUKE KNELLER
We Are Still Here Tue 21st Mar 7pm (Aus-NZ) 10 linked short films in varying genres by ten Indigenous Australian and Māori filmmakers about culture, heritage, history and humanity. "Thrilling and memorable." The Guardian
CLOSE Wed 22nd Mar 7pm (Belguim-French with Eng subs) Oscar nominated for Best International Film. A coming of age triumph of a film. Two boys drift apart in rural Belguim with dramatic consequences. If you love The Quiet Girl this is one for you. We highly recommned. Lucas Dhont is major film maker.
The Blue Caftan Tue 28th Mar 7pm (Morocco-French with Eng subs) Oscars shortlist and a breakthrough film as love and marriage is tested by forbidden emotions. Incredible colours and deep emotions.
Corners Of The Earth: Kamchatka Wed 29th Mar (Aus) A surf trip to Russia's north east just as Putin invades Ukraine. Make Surf not War in the most inhospitable conditions in the world is the motto here as friendships are formed that break down barries.
PS If want to see more than 4 let us know and each film after your 4 will be just $10.
4 films for $50 Pass$50.00