In 1950s Sydney, radical artist Rosaleen Norton hits the headlines with allegations of obscene art, satanic rituals and sex orgies resulting in police persecution. Featuring recently unearthed paintings, diaries and scrapbooks, The Witch of Kings Cross is a playful romp through the extraordinary life and work of the art world’s original bad girl.
In an impoverished country, rife with contradiction, a young girl is torn by her obligation to her family and the influence of foreign visitors.
Directed by Dekel Berenson who is also a Writer, Activist and Graphic Designer.
I want to make a film about women is a queer, speculative love letter to Russian constructivist women.
Directed by Karen Pearlman who is also a screenwriter and screen editor who researches and writes about screen culture and creative processes.
Embrace Your Pleasure showcases two photographers who are using their art to empower people by creating spaces where exploring self-pleasure and sensuality is celebrated.
Directed by Keely Liles who is a freelance multi-disciplinary artist with an emphasis in media and film production.
In the feverish gold rush of 1857 Australia, Yi Xi, a Chinese miner struggles to uphold her innocence against the thralls of a British colony court threatening to undermine her very existence.
张予柔 Yurou (Selina) Zhang is an emerging filmmaker and Writer/Director from China living in Australia.