‘Audacious and elemental … bask in van Gogh’s presence.’
Julian Schnabel’s sophisticated, moving and deeply felt film about creation and what it means to us.
Enraptured with the beauty of nature and light, Vincent van Gogh’s time in the southern French town of Arles produced an amazing flurry of late masterpieces and yet these everlasting glories seemed to deepen his madness and torment. Oscar-nominee Willem Dafoe brings us one of the great portrayals of an artist seen in recent times.
Winner Best Actor (Willem Dafoe) 2018 Venice Film Festival
Nominated, Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama (Willem Dafoe)
Nominated, Academy Award for Best Actor in a Lead Role
Director Julian Schnabel
Cast Willem Dafoe, Rupert Friend, Oscar Isaac
Duration 110mins, PG, for Mild themes and coarse language
French and English with some English subtitles
The 2018 Cannes Palme d’Or winning short film about a teenage boy’s interpretation of his world and his memories of a strange infestation.
Winner 2018 AACTA Award for Best Short Fiction Film.
Director Charles Williams
Cast Yared Scott, Mandela Mathia, Helen Hailu
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