• Fell world premiere - stream online

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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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  • How to Build the Perfect Backyard Cinema

    Why not host your own moonlight movie premiere of Fell this weekend?  We’ve collected some tips to help you build the best-ever backyard cinema – killer popcorn recipe and all. Find/beg/borrow/steal a projector. We promise not to ask how it came to be in your backyard. Set up your screen. If you can’t get your hands on a proper screen, don’t worry – a smooth,...

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  • DEADLINE LOOMING FOR ADELAIDE FILM FESTIVAL’S ART AND THE MOVING IMAGE COMMISSION

    Applications close this Friday for the exciting new collaboration between the Adelaide Film Festival (AFF) and three major art institutions – joining forces to commission a moving image artwork from a leading Australian artist. The AFF has partnered with the Samstag Museum at the University of SA, Carriageworks (NSW), and the University of Western Australia Cultural Precinct to present the newly commissioned work. It will premiere during the AFF in October 2015 at the Samstag Museum in Adelaide, and will...

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  • ADELAIDE FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES MAJOR ART AND THE MOVING IMAGE COMMISSION WITH NEW PARTNERSHIPS

    Three major art institutions are collaborating with the Adelaide Film Festival (AFF) to commission a moving image artwork from a leading Australian artist. It was announced today the AFF will join with Carriageworks (NSW), the Samstag Museum, University of SA and the University of Western Australia Cultural Precinct to present the newly commissioned work. The new work will premiere during the AFF in October 2015...

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  • HIVE Recipient Lynette Wallworth Wins at AIDC

    Artist and filmmaker Lynette Wallworth, whose world premiere film Tender screened to great acclaim at last year’s Adelaide Film Festival, was one of the winners announced at the Australian International Documentary Conference’s (AIDC) closing night. Lynette was awarded the David and Joan Williams Documentary Fellowship Award, winning $25,000 to explore and expand her filmmaking practice and continue to raise the level of excellence in Australian documentary...

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