The selection of films contains everything from old-news films like Inland Empire and Red Road, to great new documentaries like Joe Strummer: The Future is Unwritten and A Walk Into the Sea: Danny Williams and the Warhol Factory, which I recently reviewed from Toronto's HotDocs. But those are on the already-found distribution side of things. The Melbourne Film Blog is posting short reviews of a number of films, such as Kim Ki-Duk's Breath, and the festival's website is posting extra news about screenings and filmmaker chats. Heck, Ethan Hawke will be on-hand to introduce The Hottest State and give a Q&A, something my screening at TIFF last year was sadly without. The fest has only just begun, so if you're itching for films to see during the Aussie winter, I'd suggest checking it out.
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