Documentary Life In Movement Documentary Life In Movement

Back in 2012 with a new name and new venues FilmFest Australia will run from September 14 to 23 at Clapham and Hackney Picturehouses.

It opens with the European premiere of Ryan Kwanten starrer Not Suitable For Children. The festival will also feature the European premiere of Any Questions For Ben? and the UK premiere's of Swerve and The Eye Of The Storm. Documentaries include the celebration of choreographer Tanja Liedtke Life In Movement.

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Not Suitable For Children
Not Suitable For Children
When a Sydney playboy discovers he's about to be rendered infertile by testicular cancer, the heat is on to become a dad.
A stressed-out mum, who sings by the sink, becomes an internet sensation.
In a remote Aboriginal community, 10-year-old Daniel aspires to be a gangster.
Thriller, sees the paths of a drug dealer, a dissatisfied wife, a straight up ex-soldier and a psychotic cop collide.
The Eye Of The Storm
The Eye Of The Storm
A dying mother is determined to manipulate her family to the very end.
The Hunter
The Hunter
A biotech company hires a hunter to track down the last Tasmanian tiger.
Life In Movement
Life In Movement
A look back at the career of a talented dancer and choreographer tragically killed at the age of just 29.

FilmFest Australia Features

Documenting the dance of life
Life in Movement co-director Bryan Mason talks about his very personal documentary about choreographer Tanja Liedtke.
Stormy relationships
Geoffrey Rush, Fred Schepisi and Alexandra Schepisi talk about The Eye Of The Storm.

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