ACMI presents the Australian premiere of selected highlights from the 2004 Venice Film Festival program.
Yutaka Tsuchiya's DV feature centres on the generation of dislocated Tokyo kids that hang out on the streets and in small apartments around Shibuya.
Using Apple's iMovie, Jonathan Caouette pours back over twenty years of self-documentation, endeavouring to make sense of his life.
Office secretary Nikki Brice is about to give up on finding true love when she meets charismatic bus driver and aboriginal social worker Tony Ryan.
The latest film from Steve Buscemi explores the tragi-comic existence of a young man (Casey Affleck) returning to his hometown in rural Indiana.
Charts a journey into the world of the 'Aggressives': a group of New York butch lesbians who participate in an underground "'ball' scene".
Ahmet Uluçay directs the absolutely charming Boats out of Watermelon Rinds, a return to the romance, vigour and sweet dreams of adolescence.
One of the most daringly experimental films ever made, Man With A Movie Camera is an unforgettable and enlightening experience.
Wim Wenders' new film, shot digitally, explores anxiety and disillusionment in post 9/11 America.
In every respect the Marx Brothers' Duck Soup is among the greatest comedy films every made.