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Perry, Whoever Was Using This Bed and Young Labor headline St Kilda Film Fest

26 April 2016 6:58 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

St Kilda Film Festival.

The St Kilda Film Festival has revealed its 2016 lineup with films including Perry, Whoever was Using This Bed and Young Labor leading the pack.

The Festival will kick off at the Palais Theatre with about 3,000 industry guests and film-lovers on the red carpet to sample a selection of the best shorts from the 2016 program..

For the second year, the St Kilda Town Hall will be transformed into a cinema to host Australia.s top 100 short films, music videos, archival footage, international programs, youth screenings and an extensive filmmaker development program.

Festival Director Paul Harris said he was delighted to announce a world-class line up of short films created by some of Australia.s most talented filmmakers..

Highlights from Australia.s Top 100 short film program include the world premiere of the Matt Day directed, Perry, starring Toby Schmitz, Ryan Johnson, Adrienne Pickering.

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Rake series four to premiere on May 19

25 April 2016 9:09 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Richard Roxburgh in Rake.

Rake Season 4 will hit Australian screens on May 19 with guest appearances from Miriam Margolyes, John Waters, Rhys Muldoon and Rachel Blake.

Co-creator and producer Richard Roxburgh is back as Cleaver Greene, last seen dangling from a balloon drifting across the Sydney skyline..

This time, Cleaver crashes into the world of a one-time mentor and now powerful criminal on the run, Edgar Thompson (Waters)..

Against the backdrop of a city that.s taken a turn to the dystopian, Cleaver frantically tries to stay alive — from seeking refuge in a country town congregation, to representing the very man who.s trying to have him killed.

Season 4 of Rake continues to cast Cleaver.s wit on politics, the legal system, and our wider fears and obsessions..

His long-suffering friends, relatives, and pugnacious foes also return in the form of Matt Day, Danielle Cormack, Russell Dykstra, Caroline Brazier, Adrienne Pickering, »

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St.George OpenAir Cinema celebrates opening night

12 January 2016 2:14 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Friday night saw the Australian premiere of Looking for Grace at the St.George OpenAir Cinema.

Richard Roxburgh, Radha Mitchell, Odessa Young, Kenya Pearson and Harry Richardson joined director Sue Brooks on the red carpet.

The cast were joined at the opening-night party by Simon Baker, Rebecca Rigg, Miranda Tapsell, Matt Day, April Rose Pengilly, Brenna Harding, Henry Nixon, Raechelle Banno, Alex Cubis, Tessa de Josselin, and Sean Keenan..

St.George OpenAir

Radha Mitchell, Sue Brooks, Harry Richardson, Odessa Young, Richard Roxburgh, Kenya Pearson.

Simon Baker and Rebecca Rigg

Richard Roxburgh, Radha Mitchell, Kenya Pearson

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