Entertainment Hive 2020

OzAsia on the big screen

Get your popcorn ready, OzAsia Festival’s Film Program, in association with the Media Resource Centre, presents Joshua Oppenheimer: Indonesia Double:   Act of Killing and The Look of Silence two powerful documentary features that have received widespread critical acclaim for both pushing the boundaries of documentary filmmaking   and drawing attention to the dark days of Indonesia’s history. Akira Kurosawa is famous for his Samurai epics and Kurosawa’s Film Noir is a selection of films that showcase his take on film noir. China Times is a collection of new films from China that showcase a dynamic and powerful new generation of cinematic voices. East by South East is a collection of short films looking at contemporary East and South-East Asian cultures made by Honours student filmmakers at Flinders University. The highlight of the film program is one of Hong Kong’s greatest directors Ann Hui –A Career Retrospective, six of Hui’s films will be screened that showcase her directorial talents and why she was named Asian Filmmaker of the Year at the Busan International Film Festival. OzAsia Festival runs from September 24 to October 4
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