Adelaide Film Festival Goes Rogue

Rogue: “ something that is out of ordinary, or against the rules.” Continuing its reputation as Australia’s most dynamic screen event, usually held every two years, the Adelaide Film Festival GOES ROGUE this October to offer up audiences a fresh mini-festival, until the Adelaide Film Festival returns, full throttle, in October 2017. Premiering works commissioned […]

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ADL Film Fest Announces 2016 Jim Bettison & Helen James Award Recipients

– 2016 JIM BETTISON & HELEN JAMES AWARD RECIPIENTS – inaugural recipient Oration to be delivered at the 2016 ADELAIDE FESTIVAL OF IDEAS – $150 000 AWARDED IN FIRST TWO YEARS The Adelaide Film Festival today announced the recipients of the annual Jim Bettison and Helen James Award, with not one but two recipients announced […]

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Female Producer and Director Team Receive $738,000 to Make Landmark Documentary About Child Removal

Screen Australia and the Adelaide Film Festival, in collaboration with KOJO and the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA), have today announced that Larissa Behrendt and Michaela Perske are the recipients of the Indigenous Feature Documentary Initiative for their feature documentary project, After the Apology. After the Apology is a landmark documentary exploring […]

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