Dreams of everyday life: The quixotic cinema of Hirokazu Koreeda
Hirokazu Koreeda is often compared to Ozu. Koreeda's works are focused on family drama featuring 'absence' as result of murder, abandonment, and suicide.
9pm: I Wish
7pm: After Life
9.10pm: Still Walking
7pm: Nobody Knows
9.35pm: Without Memory
All venues are ACMI Cinemas, Federation Square.
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The Melbourne Cinémathèque started out as the Melbourne University Film Society (MUFS) in 1948 and changed its name to Cinémathèque in 1984. The Melbourne Cinémathèque is self-administered and membership-driven relying on support from individuals, foundations, corporations and government funding to maintain its high standard of excellence.