Perception | Dir. Miranda Nation | Starring Maia Thomas
Tango Underpants | Dir. Miranda Edmonds | Starring Emma Booth
Scratch | Dir. Danielle Bosenberg | Starring Claudia Karvan
Godel, Incomplete | Dir. Martha Goddard | Starring Elizabeth Debicki
Highlights from WOW's screening program include:
Scratch with Claudia Karvan, written and produced by Rachel Turk,
executive produced by Sam Worthington, Booth starring Danielle Cormack
(Wentworth, Rake) and The Road Home with Brenna Harding (AACTA winner
and star of Puberty Blues), My Mother Her Daughter starring Susan Prior
(Puberty Blues, Animal Kingdom) and Ashleigh Cummings (Puberty Blues, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries)
International films: For The Birds (USA), Aabida (India).
Rock N Roll Mamas | Dir. Jackie Weissman
Screening at The Vanguard: Rock N Roll Mamas is a feature-length
documentary about three indie rockers who strive to follow their
creative dreams and raise their children. Over the course of six
years, director Jackie Weissman, followed Kristin Hersh of Throwing
Muses, Zia McCabe of The Dandy Warhols, and hip hop artist, Ms.Su’a.
Cutting edge shorts will screen throughout the evening.
For lovers of dance: WOW presents a program of Australian and
International contemporary dance films at Metro Screen and the
Filmmaker ‘In Conversation’: Events will be held at Surry Hills Library
and at the Art Gallery of NSW with ABC TV film critic Margaret
Pomeranz, to celebrate International Women’s Day.
WOW and the Australian Writers Guild (AWG) present a Writers Forum with acclaimed screenwriters Jacquelin Perske and Louise Fox at the
Both writers worked with Lucasfilm on the Star
Wars live action television series.
Jacquelin Perske was co-creator,
writer and producer of multi-award winning series of Love My Way and Spirited and the writer of award winning film Little Fish starring
Cate Blanchett. Jacquelin is the 2013 Foxtel Fellowship recipient.
Louise Fox (Broadchurch, Love My Way) wrote the screenplay for the
critically acclaimed film Dead Europe. She was nominated for an AACTA
Best Adapted Screenplay for the 2014 awards and won the NSW Premier's
Literary Award 2013 for Scriptwriting.
Also in celebration of WOW Film Festival, The Black Eye Gallery will
host ‘Still Women’ – a photographic exhibition of images from classic