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We are pleased to be screening an award winning short (Best Script) from the 2016 Heart of Gold Inte...Read more

We are pleased to be screening an award winning short (Best Script) from the 2016 Heart of Gold International Film Festival: 'Nulla Nulla', written and directed by Dylan River. It is screening just before the Movie 'Hidden Figures' at 3pm and 7:15 pm, 1 July 2017 at the Maleny Community Centre. Synopsis: Fresh out of the academy, White Cop experiences his first taste of Aboriginal Community life as Black Cop puts him to the test. This film also won an AAACTA Award for Best Short Fiction Film 2015. Australian Comedy...

France - Drama – 102 mins – M Filmed in Paris and the glorious French countryside, Things to Co...Read more

France - Drama – 102 mins – M Filmed in Paris and the glorious French countryside, Things to Come focuses upon Nathalie, a middle-aged teacher of philosophy who is academically, socially and economically successful. Then the taken-for-granted bedrock of marriage, family, employment and high regard start to crumble. Will Nathalie stay true to values and principles held for years or abandon them in the face of what life throws at her out of the blue? Directed by Mia Hansen Love (Father of My Children) and starring Isabelle Huppert in “a note-perfect warm and wry performance” (Mark Kermode, Observer), Things to Come, which has won many awards for best actor, best director and best foreign film at Film Festivals around the world, is “stylish, elegant, measured, held together with a thread of exquisitely reticent sadness” (Peter Bradshaw, Guardian)....

Things to Come

France - Drama – 102 mins – M Filmed in Paris and the glorious French countryside, Things to Come focuses upon Nathalie, a middle-aged teacher of philosophy who is academically, socially and economically successful. Then the taken-for-granted bedrock of marriage, family, employment and high regard start to crumble. Will Nathalie stay true to values and principles held for years or abandon them in the face of what life throws at her out of the blue? Directed by Mia Hansen Love (Father of My Children) and starring Isabelle Huppert in “a note-perfect warm and wry performance” (Mark Kermode, Observer), Things to Come, which has won many awards for best actor, best director and best foreign film at Film Festivals around the world, is “stylish, elegant, measured, held together with a thread of exquisitely reticent sadness” (Peter Bradshaw, Guardian).

September 09, 2017 - September 09, 2017

Australia - Biopic - 96 mins - PG Those of us fortunate enough to hear him speak at Maleny Film Soc...Read more

Australia - Biopic - 96 mins - PG Those of us fortunate enough to hear him speak at Maleny Film Society's Australian Film Festival in January will recall that David gave us a preview of a movie that traces his life, starting with his boyhood cinema experiences in England, and continuing to the present day. David relates how after arriving as a ‘ten pound pom’ in 1963, he settled in Australia alongside the burgeoning Australian film industry. Integral to this, is the profound effect of David's contribution to Australian cinema. We are given the opportunity to see interviews with the giants of the Australian screen, those in front of the camera and those behind it. The Guardian has given this movie four stars calling it "a poignant portrait of a beloved cinephile". A must for all film buffs!...

David Stratton, A Cinematic Life

Australia - Biopic - 96 mins - PG Those of us fortunate enough to hear him speak at Maleny Film Society's Australian Film Festival in January will recall that David gave us a preview of a movie that traces his life, starting with his boyhood cinema experiences in England, and continuing to the present day. David relates how after arriving as a ‘ten pound pom’ in 1963, he settled in Australia alongside the burgeoning Australian film industry. Integral to this, is the profound effect of David's contribution to Australian cinema. We are given the opportunity to see interviews with the giants of the Australian screen, those in front of the camera and those behind it. The Guardian has given this movie four stars calling it "a poignant portrait of a beloved cinephile". A must for all film buffs!

August 26, 2017 - August 26, 2017

France – Comedy - 96 mins - M A quirky comedy about three misfits who come together in unexpected...Read more

France – Comedy - 96 mins - M A quirky comedy about three misfits who come together in unexpected ways, this film was a smash hit in France. Vincent is a prematurely balding, socially isolated hairdresser who lives in the apartment below his demanding, dominating mother. He develops an obsession with an older woman working in a convenience store. The script takes an original idea and develops it beautifully. To say much more is to completely ruin the audience's enjoyment of this warm, witty, impeccably performed offering by Jean Paul Rappeneau. Suffice it to say that the plot takes turns you will not expect, but you will go home with a smile on your face, and advising your friends to see it....

Rosalie Blum

France – Comedy - 96 mins - M A quirky comedy about three misfits who come together in unexpected ways, this film was a smash hit in France. Vincent is a prematurely balding, socially isolated hairdresser who lives in the apartment below his demanding, dominating mother. He develops an obsession with an older woman working in a convenience store. The script takes an original idea and develops it beautifully. To say much more is to completely ruin the audience's enjoyment of this warm, witty, impeccably performed offering by Jean Paul Rappeneau. Suffice it to say that the plot takes turns you will not expect, but you will go home with a smile on your face, and advising your friends to see it.

August 13, 2017 - August 13, 2017

France – Comedy - 96 mins - M A quirky comedy about three misfits who come together in unexpected...Read more

France – Comedy - 96 mins - M A quirky comedy about three misfits who come together in unexpected ways, this film was a smash hit in France. Vincent is a prematurely balding, socially isolated hairdresser who lives in the apartment below his demanding, dominating mother. He develops an obsession with an older woman working in a convenience store. The script takes an original idea and develops it beautifully. To say much more is to completely ruin the audience's enjoyment of this warm, witty, impeccably performed offering by Jean Paul Rappeneau. Suffice it to say that the plot takes turns you will not expect, but you will go home with a smile on your face, and advising your friends to see it....

Rosalie Blum

France – Comedy - 96 mins - M A quirky comedy about three misfits who come together in unexpected ways, this film was a smash hit in France. Vincent is a prematurely balding, socially isolated hairdresser who lives in the apartment below his demanding, dominating mother. He develops an obsession with an older woman working in a convenience store. The script takes an original idea and develops it beautifully. To say much more is to completely ruin the audience's enjoyment of this warm, witty, impeccably performed offering by Jean Paul Rappeneau. Suffice it to say that the plot takes turns you will not expect, but you will go home with a smile on your face, and advising your friends to see it.

August 12, 2017 - August 12, 2017