Tuesday Tix at MGFF24

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Tuesday Tix at MGFF24

Tuesday Tix have arrived to the party!

Tuesday Tix? Who is she?
Every Tuesday, in the lead-up to MGFF24 (and during) we will drop an exclusive list of films that you can score $12 tickets to.

Get yourself $12 tickets to the three films linked below by using the promo code TUESDAYTIX

This weeks Tuesday Tix films are: Blue Lights, Monica and Merchant Ivory.

*Promotion runs from 12pm Tue 27th Feb 2024 – 12pm Wed 28th Feb 2024.

Blue Lights

Get $12 tix to this World Premiere of Blue Lights.
Explore the intricate dynamics of love, friendship and secrets in this captivating ensemble dramedy from director Lucas Santa Ana.
Blue Lights delves into the complex relationships of seven close friends and family members that have gathered to celebrate Alejandro’s 70th birthday. Over the course of the evening, secrets are revealed, tensions surface and enduring bonds are formed. A sophisticated exploration of love, loss, friendship and forgiveness.

A still from the film 'Blue Lights'. Two people sitting next to each other, smiling, making eye contact. One is playing the guitar.
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When Monica (Trace Lysette, Transparent) receives a call from her sister-in-law (Emily Browning), it’s the first contact she’s had with her family in twenty years. Her mother (Patricia Clarkson) who disowned her is dying. Caught between the pain of rejection and desire for closure, she agrees to become her carer. But following her transition, does the woman who has caused her so much pain even recognise her? Powerful performances anchor this intimate and complex exploration of family and forgiveness.

A still from the film 'Monica'. A close-up of a person wearing sunglasses. They are on the phone.
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Merchant Ivory

Merchant Ivory immerses us into the cinematic and personal worlds of the prolific filmmaking (and life) partners Ismail Merchant and James Ivory.

Famous for bringing to life acclaimed period film classics like A Room with a View and Remains of the Day, this insightful documentary tracks their entire career (and romance), including queer favourite Maurice (MGFF19), and capping off with Ivory’s recent screenwriting turn on Call Me By Your Name. Using their vast production archives and insider interviews, this illuminating documentary is a treat for cineastes as it ventures into the process and challenges of the uncompromising duo in realising their artistic endeavours whilst exploring their long-term romantic partnership.

A still from the film 'Merchant Ivory'. An old black and white photograph of two people. One is looking at the other. They are both smiling.
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