Non-Fiction Documentary Showcase: Co-presented by ACMI & AIDC
In this game-changing television event, women from R. Kelly’s inner circle come forward with their harrowing accounts of sexual abuse by the R&B heavyweight.
A tribute to Dieter Rams, the (grand) father of modern design, from the director of Helvetica.
Eight decades of cinema are mined for gold in this ode to the movie-going public.
By de-contextualising and re-contextualising censored clips, Sari Braithwaite’s thought provoking visual essay unpacks the complexity of censorship
Rooted in the realm of Indigenous futurism, Biidaaban: First Light is an interactive VR time jump into a radically different Toronto of tomorrow.
Border control policy is juxtaposed with the natural world’s millennia-old migration patterns in Gabrielle Brady’s hybrid documentary feature.
Legendary war correspondent Marie Colvin's final assignment offers a harrowing insight into the human cost of the Syrian conflict.
Alan Hicks and Rashida Jones craft a moving portrait of the legendary Quincy Jones.
Sandi Tan set out to make Singapore's first independent feature. What happened next was stranger than fiction.
A world premiere screening presented by Guardian documentaries and Screen Australia.
Banned from screening in Tasmania, join us for a special sneak preview of the explosive final episode plus Q&A
A new digital restoration of Pat Fiske’s vital documentary about social change, protest and urbanisation.
Australian journalist and filmmaker Travis Beard inserts himself into a burgeoning Afghan music scene.
At just 19 years of age, and after a decade in the kitchen, Flynn McGarry takes his experimental cuisine to the Big Apple.
Conceptual artist Jill Magid explores the contested legacy of Mexico’s most famous architect, Luis Barragán
Russia's rhythmic gymnastics training program is examined in Marta Prus' revelatory documentary