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Australian Surf Movie Festival

Australian Surf Movie Festival [CTC]

Tim Bonython's independent surf movie tour initiative is back with the AMAYSIM ASMF presented by GoPro tour with two incredible movies: THE JOURNEY and ENCODED. Now in it's 11th year the festival is touring Australia with up to 30 stops around the Australian coastline.

Can't Stop The Music

Can't Stop The Music [M]

A New York City songwriter (played by Steve Guttenberg, the worst leading man of all time!) auditions a bunch of butch types to sing his songs and finds fame and fortune as the father of the Village People. This jaw-dropping disco spectacular is probably the campest movie ever made and certainly the gayest. The musical numbers include a memorable trip to the YMCA, the supporting cast act like they’re on amyl and the finale takes place – where else? – San Francisco!

Cecil B Demented

Cecil B Demented [MA15+]

The most demented of all of John Waters' movies, Cecil is an activity in anti-multiplex, anti-consumerist, anti-apathetic filmgoing. If you want to support independent film, independent cinemas and raw creativity then take a leaf out of Cecil's book and make a movie with a Hollywood star who goes rogue (after a Stockholm-syndrome style feralisation), aimed at the upper echelons of the money-making machine. This is parody at its most potent.

The Elephant Man

The Elephant Man [M]

A biography of John Merrick, a severely deformed man who, with the help of a sympathetic doctor, moved from freak shows into posh London society. Lynch's first mainstream film, shot in black and white, it presents a startlingly vivid picture of the hypocrisies evident in the social mores of the Victorian era. Moving performance from Hurt in title role.

The Getaway

The Getaway [M]

McQueen plays a thief released on a parole arranged by his wife only to find out a corrupt politician wants him to rob a bank. After the successful holdup, McQueen finds out his cohorts are in the politician's pocket and trying to double-cross him. Completely amoral depiction of crime and violence with McQueen taciturn as always. Based on a novel by Jim Thompson.(McQueen and McGraw had a romance during filming and later married) Remade in 1993.

Pierrot le Fou (Crazy Pete)

Pierrot le Fou (Crazy Pete) [M]

A woman fleeing a gangster joins a man leaving his wife in this stunning, occasionally confusing classic from iconoclast Godard. A hallmark in 1960s improvisational filmmaking, with rugged Belmondo and always-photogenic Karina effortlessly excelling in leads. In French with English subtitles.

Une Femme Est Une Femme

Une Femme Est Une Femme [PG]

Anna Karina plays Angela, a woman who works at a strip joint during the day and acts out domesticity at night. Having decided she wants a baby, Angela pleads with her husband whose reluctance results in the suggestion that his best friend impregnate her. Complicating the dynamics between love, desire and companionship, Godard once again breathes cinematic life into well-established representations of gender and genre.

Total Recall

Total Recall [CTC]

A dazzling adventure about a victim of mind tampering in the 21st century. Based on a Phillip K. Dick short story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale", Schwarzenegger has flashbacks and vague memory of another life and once he discovers his true identity, journeys to Mars to help fight a power-hungry madman. Compelling twists and turns that keep you on the edge and spectacular visuals through Oscar-winning special effects and that Verhoeven touch.

Made In U.S.A

Made In U.S.A [M]

Set in the near future, Paula, a leftist writer, goes from Paris to the French town of Atlantic-City when she learns of the death of a former colleague and lover, Richard P. Is she there to investigate? On the surface, faces are beautiful, colors bright, clothes trendy. Beneath, little is clear: some talk to Paula as if she's Alice in Wonderland, corpses pile up, and ideological struggles insert themselves. A murder victim's nephew and a political party's hired hands hover around Paula.

Alphaville

Alphaville [M]

The definitive dystopian sci-fi/film noir, Alphaville sees a determined, proud private eye try his luck against a technocratic dictatorship. A remarkable and seamless effort in genre hybridity, with plentiful technological premonitions that evoke the canonical literature of Orwell, Huxley and Wells whilst also echoing many of our modern day realisations. Absolute must-see.