One of the great joys is the chance to head into a cinema and take a trip into the unknown — of strange new worlds to explore while our own strange world goes on outside. If you are looking for a wild ride, consider checking out the dreamy Brazilian fable A Yellow Animal 2020, the impossible romance of Zoé Wittock’s Jumbo 2020, the worlds within worlds within screens in Nobuhiko Ôbayashi’s final film Labyrinth of Cinema 2019, the dark hypnotic vision of Los Conductos 2020, and the lo-fi outlandishness of The Twentieth Century 2019.
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1. A Yellow Animal
3. Labyrinth of Cinema
4. Los Conductos
5. The Twentieth Century
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QAGOMA is the only Australian art gallery with purpose-built facilities dedicated to film and the moving image. The Australian Cinémathèque at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) provides an ongoing program of film and video art that you’re unlikely to see elsewhere, offering a rich and diverse experience of the moving image, showcasing the work of influential filmmakers and international cinema, rare 35mm prints, recent restorations and silent films with live musical accompaniment on the Gallery’s Wurlitzer organ originally installed in Brisbane’s Regent Theatre in November 1929.
Featured image: Production still from Labyrinth of Cinema 2019 / Director: Nobuhiko Ôbayashi / Image courtesy: AMG Entertainment