A Hong Kong detective comes to 1970s Sydney to extradite a drug courier.
See this year's Oscar nominees for Best Short Film (Animated) on the big screen!
See this year's Oscar nominees for Best Short Film (Live Action) on the big screen!
Undoubtably one of the most notorious Australian films ever made.
Ticket includes access to Neon Nights activities from 7.30pm.
What does it take for women to become leaders? What stands in their way?
A screening of ACT-based and connected female dance filmmakers and directors.
An aspiring star confronts the complex, gendered landscape of consent in the adult film industry.
It's hard to overstate the influence of Mad Max on filmmakers and action cinema.
The Guard explores the good cop, bad cop trope with great wit and humour.
A unique and intimate performance from three-time GRAMMY-nominated artist Nai Palm.
Quentin Tarantino rides roughshod across the face of Nazi history in Inglourious Basterds.
Detailing the final years of controversial, Archibald Prize-winning artist Adam Cullen.
This exceptional film illuminates the cathartic possibilities of black comedy.
Propaganda, reality and childlike curiosity collide in Jojo Rabbit.
Banshees explores masculinity, friendship and emotional vulnerability with striking pathos.
Part of Art Meets Film, a free program presented in partnership with the National Gallery of Australia.
This stylish horror is a reimagining of Dario Argento’s 1970s surrealist nightmare.
Spencer distils the troubled marriage of Princess Diana into three days over Christmas 1991.
A gripping small-town murder mystery, adapted from Craig Silvey’s bestseller.
Black Orpheus sets the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice during Carnival in Rio Di Janeiro.
Marlon Brando and Al Pacino still dazzle in this Academy Award-winning crime masterwork.
Leonardo DiCaprio stars as a dashing real-life teenage swindler in Steven Spielberg's film.
Do the Time Warp and join Janet and Brad as they stumble into the castle of Dr Frank-N-Furter.
Join us for a pre-screening chocolate egg hunt for children in the NFSA Courtyard at 1.45pm.