Inspired by Gustave Doré’s engravings in the 1862 edition of Gottfried August Bürger’s book, Karel Zeman’s peerless Munchausen adaptation is a witty and beautiful succession […]
Žaneta and David are a young, downwardly spiralling Romani couple in an unglamorous Czech town where societal and bureaucratic attitudes to Romani people range from […]
Like in a fairy tale, all that the father and son team of Zdeněk and Jan Svěrák touches turns to gold. Following up from hits […]
Winner of the Special Jury Prize at Cannes in 1963, this forgotten gem is one of the most inventive, magical – and subversive – family-friendly […]
It is rare indeed that a documentary should prove to be one of the biggest box office hits of the year, yet such was the […]
This astonishing Expo ’58 Grand Prix winner was steampunk long before the term was coined. Drawing on Facing the Flag (1896) and other Jules Verne […]
Voted in 2000 by Slovak critics as the best Slovak film of all time, Dušan Hanák’s second feature film is an outstanding documentary that was […]
In answer to this question, CaSFFA heeds the call to adventure with a multifaceted exhibition celebrating both the 2015 festival theme Projection and the wondrous […]
Throughout this year’s festival, the following short films will be freely accessible on the touchscreens in the ACMI Australian Mediatheque every day except Thu 25 […]
Subscribe with CaSFFA and receive a range of great benefits.
Good news, CaSFFA is now looking for volunteers, apply now!