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CHILDREN’S INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL STARTS SOON!

The Children’s International Film Festival (CHIFF) kicks off THIS SATURDAY in Melbourne and next Saturday in Sydney, offering a month-long celebration of cinema for young audiences and their families. Running throughout the school holidays, CHIFF features 18 Australian premiere titles, family short films, and special events for kids aged 3 and up. This year, CHIFF welcomes renowned Australian artist and author Leigh Hobbs as its special guest! Known for his beloved characters like Old Tom and Horrible Harriet, Leigh was the Australian Children’s Laureate in 2016 and 2017. Don’t miss the screening of his short film Mr Chicken Goes to…

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Randwick City welcomes Sydney Film Festival

A gripping Australian sci-fi mystery thriller, a comedic love story produced by Margot Robbie, and a hilarious fable by Poor Things director and Oscar nominee Yorgos Lanthimos are among the films screening in Randwick for the 2024 Sydney Film Festival. Randwick City Mayor Philipa Veitch said: “Randwick City Council is proud to support the 71st Sydney Film Festival. We have a long-standing partnership with Sydney Film Festival, having supported the organisation and event since the first screening at the iconic Ritz Cinemas in 2017. “Partnerships and events like the Sydney Film Festival enhance the arts and culture in Randwick City…

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Europa! Europa Film Festival in Randwick Ritz

Having scoured the globe for European cinematic gems, Europa! Europa 2024 presents a handpicked selection of entertaining, heartfelt, and thought-provoking films from compelling storytellers and new cinematic voices. Featuring 47 films from 28 countries, Europa! Europa celebrates the world’s best new European films over three jam-packed weeks filled with prestige European cinema and entertaining Australian premiere screenings. OPENING NIGHT AND CENTREPIECE GALA SCREENING In The Promised Land, Europa’s opening night screening and Denmark’s submission to the Academy Awards, viewers are transported to 1755 Denmark, where the impoverished soldier Ludvig Kahlen, played by Mads Mikkelsen, embarks on a quest to colonize the…

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