A few days ago I went to see the new Mike Mills new comedy/drama Beginners on the strength of several recommendations from friends. I loved it! Funny, quirky, sweet and honest. I think the official film website describes the plotline the best: Beginners imaginatively explores the hilarity, confusion, and surprises of love through the evolving consciousness […]
Hey dance fans! Pina in 3D is a 3D film about the German dance pioneer Pina Bausch by the director Wim Wenders. The film takes the audience on a sensual, visually stunning journey of discovery, drawing us deeply into the unique and inspiring art of Bausch. It must be pretty spectacular seeing dance in a […]
YAY! It’s the time of year when I can bunker down in dark cinemas for hours on end during the Melbourne International Film Festival. This year RM and I have selected the films for our 10 film mini-pass in a slightly different manner. In one way we’ve been constrained by the fact that we have […]
A few days before my trip to Underground Cinema, I was told that the secret location for the screening was the Chinese Museum in Chinatown. Hmm, the theme was Magic and the dresscode Magic/Oriental/Harajuku, yet the location was Chinese? Very mysterious. Down a dimly lit laneway we lined up as the clues to the film […]
The Kitchenaid of Fortune says that the winner of the VIP double pass to this Sunday’s screening of Underground Cinema is…Cyndie! Please send your name and mobile phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org so you can be put on the door list. Thanks again to Underground Cinema for sponsoring the giveaway.
The lovely people at Underground Cinema are great supporters of the blog ((see my review of their previous event) and once again they’re offering a free double pass to their next screening on Sunday 29 May at 6pm. This isn’t just a bog-standard double pass though – it’s a VIP double pass which includes a […]