Director: Luci Schroder
Taylah is broke, angry and on a mission to get an urgently needed morning-after pill.
A new stop-motion film by Marieka Walsh (Tim Winton's The Turning, MIFF 2013; The Hunter, MIFF 2012), created out of salt and sand, about a sea captain taking his ship through a violent storm. ... More »
Nobody likes a crying baby on board a train, least of all the lady who makes the announcements. ... More »
Hanna Chetwin (Watercourse, MIFF 2015) controls and confuses our attention via a dual 16mm projection of spotlights glimpsing into other scenes. ... More »
Sarah Snook (Holding the Man, MIFF 2015; Predestination, MIFF 2014) features as the mother and wife of a family coping with her husband's PTSD after he returns home from war. ... More »
In a psychedelic desert landscape, an old man's ghost jumps from body to body in an attempt to escape the physical realm. ... More »
When a recent widow discovers that a mysterious woman had been a significant part of her husband's life, she is determined to find out the truth. ... More »