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  • ADELAIDE FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2015 DATES AND TWO NEW BOARD MEMBERS

    Adelaide Film Festival, the country’s youngest but most dynamic national screen event, will light up venues across South Australia in 2015, running from October 15-25. AFF Director and CEO Amanda Duthie today announced the 2015 dates, promising to highlight the best of local, Australian and internationally produced films, with an eclectic mix of cinema, television, art and the moving image. Established in 2002, AFF has...

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  • Sia’s breath up for grabs as Margaret and David host Adelaide’s ultimate film quiz night

    The breath of Adelaide born singing sensation Sia is one of the auction items up for grabs, as the Adelaide Film Festival holds its first ultimate film quiz night, to be hosted by Festival patrons Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton. The dynamic duo will oversee proceedings at the event this Friday October 31, from 6.30pm, at the Channel Nine studios in North Adelaide, acting as...

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  • Margaret and David to Host Ultimate Film Quiz Night

    Adelaide Film Festival patrons and movie critic legends Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton are coming to town next month to host Adelaide’s biggest movie quiz night. The dynamic duo will oversee proceedings at the Adelaide Film Festival (AFF) event to be held on Friday October 31, from 6.30pm, at the AFF Principal Partner Channel Nine studios in North Adelaide. Margaret and David recently announced their...

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  • Hossein Valamanesh Wins Art and the Moving Image Commission

    Adelaide Film Festival today announced local contemporary artist Hossein Valamanesh as the recipient of its 2015  Art and the Moving Image commission, in partnership with the Samstag Museum, Carriageworks and the University of Western Australia. Valamanesh’s new work, CHAR SOO, will debut at Samstag during the 2015 Adelaide Film Festival (AFF), and will then be presented at Carriageworks (NSW) and the University of Western Australia...

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  • AFF offers Home Delivery for FELL

    Just minutes after its world premiere at the Sydney Film Festival, the new Australian feature film Fell will be made available to stream to film lovers in South Australia and the Northern Territory. Starring Snowtown’s breakout star Daniel Henshall, Jacqueline McKenzie (The Water Diviner, Angel Baby) and Matt Nable (Underbelly, The Turning) and from up and coming director Kasimir Burgess, Fell screens in competition at...

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