Returning to Palace Cinemas for its fabulous 32nd incarnation, the Alliance Française French Film Festival, will beguile and engage audiences nationally from March 2 until mid-April at 25 locations, all of which will be adhering to stringent Covid protocols to guarantee Festival patrons a safe cinema experience.
Awash with high-octane drama, seductive romance, nail-biting suspense, historical tales that will enthral and comedies guaranteed to elevate your spirits, the 2021 Alliance Française French Film Festival will showcase multiple Première screenings and special events to be revealed today when the Festival’s website goes live at: http://www.affrenchfilmfestival.org
Presented by the Alliance Française in association with the Embassy of France in Australia and the wonderful support of their Presenting Sponsor, Peugeot Australia, this year’s choice line-up of 37 features has something to delight the most discerning cinephile.
And we’re delighted to announce that the effervescent Catriona Rowntree, one of the country’s most popular television presenters, will be our 2021 Festival Patron. Catriona, who is known to audiences throughout Australia as the host of Nine Network’s long-running travel show Getaway, has harboured a love for France and French cinema since childhood. Indeed, her passion for French culture has led to her to the Alliance Française, where she’s currently a French-language student!
Courtesy of StudioCanal Australia, the Festival will launch with the World Premiere of Eiffel, a sumptuous, romantic, costume drama which explores the passionate love affair between celebrated engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built France’s iconic Eiffel Tower, and Adrienne, a mysterious woman from his past. Portraying these ardent lovers will be French superstar Romain Duris, and the magnetic Emma Mackey.
And for Closing Night the Festival will screen #Iamhere (jesuislà) an endearing culture-clash comedy from director Éric Lartigau (The Bélier Family), starring Alain Chabat as an eminent French chef who travels to the other side of the world after he falls in love via Instagram.
What lies between is a myriad of delights, including a newly restored 4K edition of director Jean-Luc Godard’s masterpiece, Breathless (À bout de souffle) (1960), acknowledged as one of the earliest and most potent examples of French New Wave (nouvelle vague) cinema.
With a screenplay by Jean-Luc Godard and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Jean Seberg as a pair of narcissistic young lovers on the run from authorities following a violent and impulsive crime, no debut film since Citizen Kane (1942) has had as great an influence on cinematic trends and styles.
Some of the manifold highlights of this year’s line-up include:
Directed by Valérie Lemercier
Cast: Valérie Lemercier, Sylvain Marcel & Martine Fontaine
Inspired by the extraordinary life of singing sensation Céline Dion, Aline is the story of a teenager from Quebec whose powerful voice propels her onto the world stage to become the darling of millions.
ANTOINETTE IN THE CÉVENNES (Antoinette dans les Cévennes)
Directed by Caroline Vignal
Cast: Laure Calamy, Benjamin Lavernhe, & Olivia Côte
School teacher Antoinette’s holiday plans are thwarted when her secret lover’s wife organises a surprise family trekking holiday in the Cévennes National Park, prompting Antoinette to follow their track, by herself, with Patrick, a protective donkey.
APPEARANCES (Les apparances)
Directed by Marc Fitoussi
Cast: Benjamin Biolay, Karin Viard, Lucas Englander & Laetitia Dosch
The wickedly entertaining new film from writer/director Marc Fitoussi, Appearances is a sexy, Chabrol-esque marital thriller, set against a luxe Vienna backdrop.
ARAB BLUES (Un divan à Tunis)
Directed by Manele Labidi
Cast: Golshifteh Farahani, Majd Mastoura, & Aïcha Ben Miled
When Parisian psychotherapist Selma returns to her hometown in Tunisia, she is met with an eclectic town of locals that are both bewildered by her practice, and in desperate need of her help.
BLACK BOX (Boîte noire)
Directed by Yann Gozlan
Cast: Pierre Niney, Lou de Laâge & André Dussollier
Uncovering secrets carries a devastating toll in this thrilling story about one man’s determination to get to the bottom of what caused a horrifying plane crash.
THE BIG HIT (Une triomphe)
Directed by Emmanuel Courcol
Cast: Kad Merad, Marina Hands & David Nelo Ayala
Inspired by remarkable true events, multi-award-winning writer Emmanuel Courcol’s rousing, Cannes-selected directorial debut follows a dedicated out-of-work actor whose life takes an unexpected career turn.
BYE BYE MORONS (Adieu les cons)
Directed by Albert Dupontel
Cast: Albert Dupontel, Virginie Efira & Nicolas Marié
In this audacious dark comedy, a seriously ill woman tries to find her long-lost child with the help of a man in the middle of a bureaucratic burnout, and a blind archivist prone to over-enthusiasm.
CALAMITY, A CHILDHOOD OF MARTHA JANE CANNARY (Calamity, une enfance de Martha Jane Cannary
Directed by Rémi Chayét
Voice Cast: Salomé Boulven, Alexandra Lamy & Alexis Tomassian
Before she was Calamity Jane, great American frontierswoman, she was a high-spirited 12-year-old girl named Martha, fiercely loyal to her family with a defiant streak. Stunningly animated, this film will delight children and their parents alike. Winner of the Cristal for a Feature Film at the 2020 Annecy International Animation Film Festival.
Directed by Gabriel Le Bomin
Cast: Lambert Wilson, Isabelle Carré & Olivier Gourmet
Spectacularly mounted, this fine film stirringly depicts a crucial period in the life of one of the most famous figures of modern French history. Fans of biographical drama will not be disappointed.
DELETE HISTORY (Effacer l'historique)
Directed by Gustave Kervern & Benoît Delépine
Cast: Blanche Gardin, Corinne Masiero, Denis Podalydès & Vincent Lacoste & Benoît Poelvoorde
If the complexities of the online world leave you feeling lost, confused or furious, then this laugh-out-loud film is for you. Directed by renegade duo Gustave Kervern and Benoît Delépine, Delete History won the 70th Silver Bear Berlinale prize at Berlin International Film Festival.
Directed by Eric Besnard
Cast: Grégory Gadebois, Isabelle Carré & Benjamin Lavernhe
The mouth-watering new film from director extraordinaire Éric Besnard is sure to delight, as it depicts France’s enduring love affair with gastronomy. Premiering internationally, this splendid 18th century comedy is a wildly enjoyable tale of reignited passion, mentorship and revenge.
FAHIM, THE LITTLE CHESS PRINCE (Fahim)
Directed by Pierre-François Martin-Laval
Cast: Ahmed Assad, Gérard Depardieu & Isabelle Nanty
Finished The Queen’s Gambit and looking to fill the chess-sized hole in your life? Try this inspirational underdog story about a Bangladeshi refugee boy who takes on the world of chess (with a charmingly gruff Gerard Depardieu by his side).
FINAL SET (5ème set)
Directed by Quentin Reynaud
Cast: Alex Lutz, Ana Girardot & Kristin Scott Thomas
A tense and nail-biting drama about the high-pressure world of professional tennis playing, which follows a once promising tennis player’s last shot at winning the French Open.
Directed by Fanny Liatard & Jérémy Trouilh
Cast: Lyna Khoudri, Alséni Bathily & Finnegan Oldfield
When the housing project that he calls home is condemned for demolition, 16-year-old aspiring astronaut Youri knows there is no way it can go down without a fight. Premiering at Cannes in 2020, Gagarine is a powerful story of class, race, imagination and wonder.
THE GODMOTHER (La daronne)
Directed by Jean-Paul Salomé
Cast: Isabelle Huppert, Hippolyte Girardot & Farida Ouchani
The magnificent Isabelle Huppert returns to the Festival with a triumphant performance in this laugh-out-loud, French noir comedy, where the gritty realism of Breaking Bad meets the stoner comedy of a Seth Rogen movie.
Directed by Samir Guesmi
Cast: Samir Guesmi, Abdel Bendaher & Luàna Bajrami
Selected for Cannes Film Festival, prolific French actor, Samir Guesmi, makes his directorial debut with this emotionally rewarding, coming-of-age story that explores the complex and intimate relationship between a young man and his father.
LOVE AFFAIR(S) (Les choses qu'on dit, les choses qu'on fait)
Directed by Emmanuel Mouret
Cast: Camélia Jordana, Niels Schneider & Emilie Dequenne
When two strangers are left alone in the French countryside, they fill their time by regaling each other with stories of love gained and lost. Referred to as a “more serious Love Actually”, Love Affair(s) is an entertaining and surprising exploration of the complexities of modern love.
THE MAN WHO SOLD HIS SKIN (L'homme qui a vendu sa peau)
Directed by Kaouther Ben Hania
Cast: Yahya Mahayni, Monica Bellucci & Dea Liane
What would it take to convince somebody to become a living canvas? For Syrian refugee Sam Ali, it is the promise of being reunited with the woman he loves. Provocative and powerful, this modern Faustian tale is the most biting art-world satire seen since The Square.
Directed by Quentin Dupieux
Cast: Grégoire Ludig, Adèle Exarchopoulos, & India Hair
Cult comedy maestro, Quentin Dupieux, is back with another absurdist film about two lovable losers and a giant fly in this totally bewildering, yet sweet and sincere story that is sure to tickle the funny bones of Festival audiences.
Directed by Ruben Alves
Cast: Alexandre Wetter, Pascale Arbillot & Thibault de Montalembert
Starring androgynous model Alexandre Wetter as a young boy who dreams of conquering the Miss France pageant, Miss is an inspiring, though-provoking film that tears apart our preconceptions of gender and challenges us to rethink the status quo.
NIGHT SHIFT (Police)
Directed by Anne Fontaine
Cast: Virginie Efira, Omar Sy, Grégory Gadebois
Set over 24-hours, three world-weary cops start to question the moral complexities of their jobs when ordered to escort a man to a plane for deportation to a country that will kill him.
PERFUMES (les parfums)
Directed by Grégory Magne
Cast: Emanuelle Devos, Grégory Montel & Sergi López
This quintessentially French comedy pairs sad-sack divorced dad Guillaume (Call My Agent!’s charming Grégory Montel) with the egotistical, but highly talented perfumer Anne Walberg (Emmanuelle Devos) in a classic odd-couple story.
Directed by Nicolas Vanier
Cast: François Cluzet, Julie Gayet & Patrick Timsit
Travel back to the 1960s to meet Poly, the Shetland pony, who has inspired children ever since she jumped from the pages of Cécile Aubry’s much-loved novel. This visually splendid new feature film – set in the breath-taking Cévennes region – will delight and inspire a whole new generation.
THE ROSE MAKER (La fine fleur)
Directed by Pierre Pinaud Cast: Catherine Frot, Melan Omerta & Fatsah Bouyamed
The brilliant Catherine Frot takes centre stage as Eve, a world-renowned rose farmer on the verge of bankruptcy, who hires three workers with no horticultural skills and must train them to help save her business.
SKIES OF LEBANON (Sous le ciel d'Alice)
Directed by Chloé Mazlo
Cast: Alba Rohrwacher, Wajdi Mouawad & Isabelle Zighondi
A poetic blending of the personal and political, this Cannes selected film combines live action with animation to create a vivid picture of Lebanon and a heart-breaking story of love during wartime, inspired by the family history of filmmaker Chloé Mazlo.
SMALL COUNTRY: AN AFRICAN CHILDHOOD (Petit pays)
Directed by Éric Barbier
Cast: Jean-Paul Rouve, Isabelle Kabano & Djibril Vancoppenolle
Inspired by an incredible true story, this is the powerful story of a young boy growing up in Burundi during the 1990s, whose world was turned upside down by the tidal wave of violence and unrest from neighbouring Rwanda.
SUMMER OF 85 (Été 85)
Directed by François Ozon
Cast: Félix Lefebvre, Benjamin Voisin, & Valeria Bruni Tedeschi
Told in flashback and reminiscent of a retro 80s teen movie, François Ozon’s latest film is a thrilling and hot-blooded tale of love and obsession. Blending sensuality with mystery, Summer of 85 is France’s edgier answer to Call Me By Your Name.
THE WEDDING SPEECH (Le Discours)
Directed by Laurent Tirard
Cast: Benjamin Lavernhe, Sara Giraudeau & Kyan Khojandi
35 year-old Adrian is stuck in a mid-life crisis. In addition to being a neurotic hypochondriac, tonight he’s trapped in an endless family dinner, his girlfriend is not answering his texts and his future brother-in-law asks him to prepare a speech for his wedding, even though he abhors public speaking. Could it get any worse?
National dates and venues for the 2021 Alliance Française French Film Festival are:
2 - 31 March
Palace Central, Palace Verona, Palace Norton Street, Chauvel Cinema & Hayden Orpheum Cremorne
3 - 31 March
Palace Cinema Como, Palace Balwyn, Palace, Brighton Bay, Palace Westgarth, Astor Theatre, The Kino & Pentridge Cinema
4 - 31 March
Palace Electric Cinema
10 March - 7 April
Palace Raine Square, Luna Leederville, Windsor Cinema, Luna on SX & Camelot Outdoor Cinema
11 - 20 March
State Cinema Hobart
17 March - 13 April
Palace Barracks & Palace James Street
23 March - 20 April
Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas & Palace Nova Prospect Cinemas
24 March - 14 April
Palace Byron Bay
8 - 11 April
Riverside Theatres Parramatta
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Photo Credit: Guy Ferrandis
From March 18, Heritage Films is bringing the inspiring true story of THE GRIZZLIES to cinemas across Australia for the very first time! Featuring remarkable raw performances from its young Indigenous cast, it’s the perfect uplifting film to captivate audiences of any age.
The award-winning drama explores how a group of Inuit high school students living in Kugluktuk, a small arctic town with the highest teen suicide rate in North America, transform their lives and community after their teacher starts a youth lacrosse team.
The film also delves into the effects of issues like intergenerational trauma on First Peoples communities, highlighting the adversities the real life Grizzlies and their community overcame to bring the teen suicide rate down to zero in Kugluktuk.
Nearly two decades after it began, the Grizzlies program is still going to this day.
Following its premiere at Toronto International Film Festival in 2018, THE GRIZZLIES won the Audience Awards at the Palm Springs and Calgary International Film Festivals, the People’s Choice Award at Kingston Canadian Film Festival 2019 and the Directors Guild of Canada Award for Best Direction of a Feature Film.
More than 600 youth in over 25 communities across Nunavut and the Northwest Territories auditioned for roles in the film. Amongst this group were cast members Paul Nutarariaq and Anna Lambe who received Canadian Screen Award nominations for their roles in 2019.
THE GRIZZLIES is Miranda de Pencier’s (Anne with an E) feature length directorial debut and was made in creative collaboration with Inuit producers Alethea Arnaquq-Baril and Stacey Aglok MacDonald.
A paid mentorship program invited Inuit actors, crew, musicians and other creative collaborators to participate, and in the end, more than 91 percent of the cast and more than 33 percent of the crew were Inuit or Indigenous.
Heritage Films' has introduced films to audiences since 2004, including through Theatrical releases, Home Entertainment releases (Digital On-Demand, Streaming and DVD), Television Broadcasting internationally and Grass Roots Local Movie Events. The vision of their company is summed up in their passionate belief that movies change people and people change the world.
For more details visit: thegrizzliesmovie.com.au
What: THE GRIZZLIES Australian Theatrical Release
When: From 18 March
Where: Participating cinemas include: Hoyts, Event Cinemas, Reading, Majestic, Limelight and others. Full list available at thegrizzliesmovie.com.au
From star-studded features, gripping historical dramas, and stories of iconic Jewish trailblazers and innovators, the Jewish International Film Festival (February 17 – March 24) returns for another year of spectacular Jewish cinema from around the world.
Featuring 51 films from 19 countries, the Festival builds on over 30 years of bringing the best of Jewish cinema to Australia, presenting 29 features, 19 documentaries, and episodes from 3 TV series to audiences in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, and Canberra.
“I am delighted to present our vibrant 2021 program, now back in cinemas. This year’s program celebrates the richness and diversity of Jewish culture around the world. The line-up includes Australian premieres of fifty films and three series; as usual split equally between Israeli and diaspora productions, with nineteen countries represented on screen. From deeply personal documentaries on the trailblazers who changed the world, to touching true stories illuminating the untold stories from our history, as well as some truly impressive star-studded films, JIFF 2021 will reach all ages across the full spectrum of politics and religion,” said Jewish International Film Festival Artistic Director, Eddie Tamir.
OPENING AND CLOSING NIGHTS
Kicking off the Festival is winner of Best Film at the Ophir Awards (Israeli Oscars), Incitement – a timely film mirroring the radicalised final days of the Trump-era, revealing the forces which incited a young Orthodox law student to assassinate the Israeli Prime Minister in 1995 and effectively doom the peace process that would have changed the Middle East.
The Festival will close by premiering the first two episodes of the global phenomenon, Shtisel, season three. Starring Shira Haas (Orthodox), the series, follows a Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) family in Jerusalem as they reckon with love, loss, and the daily doldrums of life.
Hollywood legends unite to pay tribute to multi-Academy Award winning director, Alan Pakula (To Kill a Mockingbird, Sophie’s Choice, All the President’s Men), whose films launched many of their careers. Featuring interviews with Meryl Streep (Sophie’s Choice), Jane Fonda (Klute), Harrison Ford (Presumed Innocent), Robert Redford (All the President’s Men), and Dustin Hoffman (All the President’s Men), to name a few – Alan Pakula: Going for Truth tells the rich and deeply personal story of one of Hollywood’s greatest directors, before his tragic death in 1998.
Starring Golden Globe nominee and Australian film star, Guy Pearce (Memento), and Danish actor, Claes Bang (Dracula), The Last Vermeer is a post-World War II feature following an Army officer (Bang) tasked with investigating paintings that fell into Nazi possession during the war. A notorious Dutch art dealer (Pearce) is tried for selling the Nazis a valuable masterpiece by Johannes Vermeer, but pleads his innocence by claiming it was a forgery.
Distinctly female stories are explored in this year’s program. From multi-Academy Award winning director, Freida Lee Mock (Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision), comes Ruth – Justice Ginsburg In Her Own Words. It tells the story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who despite having “three strikes” against her – being Jewish, a woman, and a mother – went from a top-of-the-class law graduate struggling to find work to a Supreme Court Justice who changed the world.
Multi-award winner at Tribeca Film Festival, as well as Israel’s submission to the Best International Feature Film category at the upcoming Academy Awards – Asia stars Primetime Emmy Award nominee Shira Haas (Orthodox) as a girl determined to spend her final days as a rebellious, free-spirited teenager despite her degenerative disease, all with the help of her mother (Alena Yiv).
And from the Official Selection of Toronto International Film Festival and South by South West comes Shiva Baby, a playful and sex-positive coming-of-age story following a directionless college student forced to juggle her pushy relatives, a successful ex-girlfriend, and a surprise appearance from her sugar daddy, his accomplished wife, and their baby at a family shiva.
Films taking an unflinching look at some of the world’s most controversial figures include: They Call Me Dr. Miami, a nuanced portrait of Dr. Michael Salzhauer – an American plastic surgeon who rose to social media fame with viral Snapchat videos and by livestreaming tummy tucks and breast augmentations online. And from Jesse Dylan (son of musician Bob Dylan) comes Soros, the life and career of Hungarian-born, American billionaire investor and philanthropist, George Soros, whose progressive politics have made him a target for America’s far-right.
Stories revisiting World War II include: When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit, based on a best-selling trilogy for children, following a Jewish family fleeing Berlin in the 1930s, as seen through the innocent eyes of their nine-year-old daughter; Love, It Was Not, which examines whether the relationship between an Auschwitz prisoner and an SS guard was genuine; and Adventures of a Mathematician, the story of Polish-born mathematician, Stan Ulam, who moved to the United States and joined the Manhattan Project to build the hydrogen bomb.
Cultural divides are explored in Breaking Bread, a documentary about the A-sham Food Festival, a yearly event in the mixed city of Haifa that invites Arab and Jewish chefs to set aside politics and collaborate on new dishes. With unprecedented access to high-ranking government officials, the story of the United States’ thirty-year effort to secure peace in the Middle East is revealed in The Human Factor, through the perspective of six American negotiators. Til Kingdom Comes takes a deep-dive into the phenomenon in which American Evangelical Christians offer support to Israel, only because they believe Israel will play a part in the return of the Messiah and bring upon their version of the apocalypse to the world.
Based on the true immigration story of Ophir Award-nominated writer and director, Evgeny Ruman, Golden Voices is an absurd tragi-comedy about a veteran Soviet voice-dubbing duo struggling to make a new life in Israel with their new jobs at an erotic phone line and an illegal dubbing operation.
Other cinematic dramas in the festival line-up include: Persian Lessons, following a Jewish man who, by falsely claiming he’s Persian instead of Jewish, narrowly escapes execution and becomes tasked with teaching a camp officer how to speak Persian, despite not knowing a single word of it himself. Official Selection of both Cannes Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival, as well as having won and been nominated for several awards at the Ophir Awards, is Here We Are, a touching coming-of-age story following a father struggling to let go of his autistic, young adult son about to enter a specialised care home.
Thou Shalt Not Hate, which swept up multiple awards at Venice International Film Festival, is a powerful reflection of the Nazi legacy in contemporary Italy. It follows a Jewish surgeon and son of a Holocaust survivor who, because of his guilt, hires a young woman as his housekeeper after letting her father die in a car accident because he had a swastika tattoo on his chest.
Audiences in Sydney and Melbourne can enjoy a range of special events associated with their screenings – from an exclusively prerecorded Q&A with Yaron Zilberman, director of Opening Night film Incitement; a digital Q&A with Shiva Baby director Emma Seligman; a historical tour of the Ritz Cinema in Sydney and Classic Cinemas, Elsternwick in Melbourne, respectively; a back-to-back binge session of all six Nisman: The Prosecutor, the President and the Spy episodes, and much more.
2021 Jewish International Film Festival Screening Dates
17 February – 16 March
Classic Cinemas, Elsternwick
18 February – 16 March
Lido Cinemas, Hawthorn
After a winter spent largely indoors, Australians will soon be celebrating outdoors when Moonlight Cinema returns for another summer of picnics, friends, family and films.
Celebrating 25 years of open-air cinematic splendor, Australia’s favourite and biggest outdoor cinema is set to return to idyllic inner-city spots in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide. Moonlight Cinema’s summer of film fun will run from November 2020 – April 2021, with exact season dates for each city announced in the coming weeks.
This season, Moonlight Cinemas will roll out a range of initiatives at each site in line with local health guidelines and recommendations including venue capacity. The enhanced guest experience will evolve to include COVID-safety marshals, social distancing measures, increased hygiene facilities and contactless payment to offer peace of mind for all Moonlight guests.
Taking place in sprawling parklands and with tailored measures set up to ensure cleanliness and comfort, movie-lovers can return to Moonlight with confidence to enjoy green parklands, balmy summer sunsets and unforgettable quality time with loved ones. More than a movie experience, Moonlight is an opportunity to kick back in the outdoors and relish in the summer vibes.
Being a BYO* event, Moonlight is one of the easiest nights out to plan. Prepare a picnic of mouthwatering morsels, sweeties for the little ones or a bottle of bubbly; you can bring it all to Moonlight. And if you don’t have time to pack your own, Moonlight Cinema will have you covered with onsite food trucks offering up a licensed bar, tasty hot food and movie snacks.
Moonlight Cinema is getting ready to bring movie lovers the ultimate festival vibe to film-watching with exclusive onsite activations, freebies and premium lounging options. This year you will also be able to turn the dial up on your movie night with Moonlight’s Gold Grass presented by AAMI. The exclusive packages offer a spacious area for you to lounge on luxurious bean beds, a killer view of the screen and top-notch wait service.
You’ll also be able to cool down with a complimentary ice cream in the Connoisseur Lounge or treat yourself to an Espresso Martini in the fully-catered Platinum Experience presented by Tia Maria^.
Recline on a plush bean bed under the stars or unfurl a picnic blanket and unwind with mates amidst the lively and relaxed atmosphere, there’s set to be a range of magical Moonlight experiences for everyone this summer. Keep your eyes peeled in the coming weeks, season dates drop soon and the December program goes live in November.
WHAT: Moonlight Cinema
WHERE & WHEN:
Adelaide: Botanic Park, opening December ‘20
Brisbane: Roma Street Parkland, opening November ‘20
Melbourne: Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, opening Jan ‘21
Perth: Kings Park & Botanic Garden, opening December ‘20
Sydney: Centennial Park, opening November ‘20
*BYO alcohol is not permitted at Moonlight Cinema Brisbane.
^ Platinum Experience available at Moonlight Cinema Sydney and Melbourne only.