The Darwin International Film Festival, or DIFF, launched its full program last Friday night, 31 August, at Deckchair Cinema. The full line up of 13 films, 8 workshops and events, and special ...read more
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Winner of numerous awards, alive with the colour and spirit of India, and told in the Marathi language of Western India, 1000 Rupee Note explores the happy simple life an ageing widow, Budhi, from a ...read more
Following ongoing praise and demand for Rolf de Heer’s Charlie’s Country, and Molly Reynolds Still Our Country – Reflections on a Culture (screened at DIFF 2014), the final chapter in ...read more
We are seeking someone to help us with our design for DIFF 2015. We need a range of creative assets produced from June until August, just before the Festival starts. For more details on the ...read more
Molly Reynolds specialises in screen-based storytelling and digital media production. When she isn’t earning a living as a consultant in the digital sphere, she makes documentaries, including ...read more
A visually spectacular debut from director Jayro Bustamante, The Volcano is a stunning film. Maria, a 17-year old Mayan peasant who lives and works with her family on a coffee plantation at the foot ...read more
An offbeat, deadpan comedy that became the surprise hit of Berlin and Toronto, Ned Rifle completes the Hal Hartley's Henry Fool trilogy. Fay Grim (Parker Posey), Ned Rifle’s mother has spent four ...read more