Experience the ultimate cross-section of cult, genre and arthouse cinema at Fantastic Film Festival Australia 2022, screening at Lido and Ritz Cinemas from April 21 - May 6.
FFFA offers a journey beyond any known map of convention. It’s a celebration of those on the cutting edge of international storytelling: craftspeople and collaborators with unique voices, and unbounding passion and imagination.
1 - 21 | Feature Films
23 - 30 | Short Films (screening with select features)
31 | Program Launch Screening
Full festival passes, 5 passes and discounted group tickets available. More information and tickets at fantasticfilmfestival.com.au
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FFFA | Special Event Screenings 5 films
FFFA presented Advance Screenings & Special Events.
Paracinema Fest 2018 18 films
Madman 18 films
Umbrella Entertainment 19 films
Jack Moulton 50 films
Rose 26,294 films
Static Vision 28 films
Ravi Subasegaran 22 films
When I was a kid I posted my whole address to the catsthatlooklikehitler forums with no worry or consideration. The computer was magical and strange, something I was only allowed to touch on special occasions. By the time I was a teenager, my computer had become a word processor, a movie box, a telephone, and sometimes a porn machine. I never thought of it as a tool for escape or transformation, just something I needed to do work and pass…
The trailers for this movie seem designed to mislead and anger people. It is an arch exorcism movie for 45 minutes, and then it is something like the opposite: an exploration of what it means to live with the demons inside you forever. The moment of transition, when Molly Quinn’s damaged nun stands in windy spotlight and meets the eyes of the priest who can’t save anyone, is magnificent - the mythic stature of a definitive ending in three or…
Self-portraits in psychotic insecurity. Initial provocation aside, Brown and Vack unambiguously despise these self-caricatures, whose bullshit is never given an inch; “Vack” complains of being unheard and unseen as a white cis guy artist over a montage of glossy magazine profiles and TV/film appearances of the real Vack, and “Brown” pantomimes motherhood while barely wanting to touch her little baby prop when the camera isn’t running. They are shameless exploiters the aesthetics of femininity in the face of imagined injustice…
This movie was a nice warm hug in terms of its feel, and visually gorgeous. The whole storyline of it being basically Psychonauts but for collecting taxes in your dreams was interesting at first, but it makes it worth all the while
I had to think about this one for a bit after.
My friend I watched it with said “Creepypasta: The Movie” when I was trying to describe this to my partner, and that does fit.
It’s not an insult either. It reminded me of when I was younger and the long hours I would spend on the internet in various forums or tumblr holes I would stumble into.
The soundtrack is great too.
I had fun with this. I did feel that it maybe dragged on a little towards the end with scenes that seem repeated. However I ❤️ NY NINJA
POSSESSION 4K ON THE BIG SCREEN
better than ever, + great to experience it with an actual audience!!!
also Heinrich is so art school