Brian McFarlane has been to see RIcky Gervais' new David Brent mockumentary 'Life On The Road' and the Terrence Davies film 'Sunset Song'.  He also recommended the film 'Indignation' based on the novel by Philip Roth. 

Cerise Howard, Artistic Director of the Czech and Slovak Film Festival, dropped by to talk about the event which opens this Thursday, 15 September at ACMI.  Cerise mentioned a few of the films screening as part of the festival including opening night film The Noonday WitchWho Wants To Kill Jessie, which screens on Saturday 17 September at and Cutting It Shortwhich is on Sunday 18 September at 5.15pm.  Also part of the festival is an exhibition ofvintage Czechoslovak film posters.

Reviewer Eloise Ross talked about the Australian film Girl Asleep which is currently getting a lot of press around town.  Girl Asleep is now screening.

Cinemaniac Dean Brandum came in to talk about Cinemaniacs upcoming screening partnership with the National Screen & Sound Archive and the Astor Cinema which will feature the double bill of Fortress and Road Games.  The special event is on 16 September at 8pm at The Astor. 

We finishd up with Stefan Popescu, director of the Sydney Underground Film Festival.  SUFF is in its 10th year and runs from 15 - 18 September at the Factory Theatre in Marrickville, Sydney.

 Film Buff's Forecast is presented by Paul Harris. 

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