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2018 DATES

Dates: 25–28 May 2018
Venue: Regent Street Cinema

Run over the Bank Holiday weekend, we will be returning a month early, right between Cannes Film Festival and Hay Writers Festival. Again, stay tuned for further updates and announcements.

Australia Day Screening 2018 

Date: 27 January 2018, 7:30pm
Venue: Regent Street Cinema

Our annual screening, showcasing a new feature film – lock it in your diary now and stay tuned for when the booking page goes live – this event always sells out very quickly. 

Cris Jones Pledges
Please click the pledge link to help us commemorate Cris Jones's memory in London and help support other Australian debut directors of the future.

All donations, no matter how small, will be gratefully acknowledged on our website and at the screening in 2018. 
See our supporters listed on the
ABOUT US page.


Many of you will have heard the tragic news that Cris Jones, the debut director we flew over for the festival for a Q&A on the final night screening of his brilliant film DEATH AND LIFE OF OTTO BLOOM, died suddenly last month at the ridiculously young age of 37.

All of us at OZ Film Festival were devastated by the news.

With his family’s blessing, we set up a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to sponsor a chair in his name at the Regent Street Cinema. They were also thrilled to know that we plan to fly over another debut director for our 2018 festival and screen their film on closing night in Cris’s memory and wanted any additional funds to be put towards this end. Former Edinburgh International Film Festival Director, James Mullighan, will again be hosting this event.

INXS Live Baby Live

Screened October 22 2017
Director: David Mallet
Regent Street Cinema London W1B 2HW

On the 19th of October 1987, INXS released their biggest selling album, KICK.

To Celebrate the 30th anniversary we screened the documentary film of their infamous sold out Wembley arena concert, attended by 72,000 adoring fans.

Shot on sixteen of the best 35mm cameras of the time, including one hovering in a helicopter, this film truly brings to life the concert held at the iconic old ground.

With all the hits, and a sensual, prowling Michael Hutchence in his prime, it’s utterly thrilling and not to be missed on the big screen. 

Screened in conjunction with the London Australian Film Society.
2017 OZ Film Festival Trailer
Laila Dickson Festival Director with Screenjabber's Stuart O'Connor
2017 Festival Line Up
see our YouTube channel for more information
2017 Festival Highlights in Images
Regent Street Cinema - Watch the Video
The Birthplace of British Cinema 

The Regent Street Cinema
307 Regent St
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