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For Love or Money: A History of Women and Work in Australia

This feminist essay classic was five years in the making, with contributions from hundreds of women and over 200 Australian films. It is an investigation and celebration of women's work from colonial settlement to the present, a story told by women: Aboriginals, migrants, convicts, and a variety of others.


Love and Other Catastrophes

Set over 24 hours, this low-budget, independent comedy about love, friendship, share-houses, and university bureaucracy sizzles with sharp dialogue and radiant performances from its young leads.



Celebrated visual artist Tracey Moffatt’s only feature film is a triptych of strange ghost stories rendered with a vivid staginess and dark humor, screening July 30 and August 13.



Exposed to a new, post-innocent world, eight-year-old Celia attempts to navigate fantasy and reality—a nuanced coming-of-age tale, with mythological elements, set against the backdrop of 1950s conservatism.


Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood

The ninth film from Quentin Tarantino revisits Los Angeles at the tail end of the 1960s, when the Hollywood studio system was fading and hippie subversion was ascendant.


In This Life’s Body

Corinne Cantrill, who works with her husband Arthur Cantrill, is one of Australia’s most committed and prolific experimental filmmakers. This brilliantly constructed and questioning autobiography covers the years 1928–1984, using a tapestry of photographs and a handful of moving image clips, centering the emotions and memories they elicit.