2015 Adelaide Film Festival - October 15-25

2015 Audience Award Winners Announced

The Adelaide Film Festival today announced the results of its 2015 Foxtel Movies Audience Awards for Best Feature, Best Short and Best Documentary.These awards are the people’s choice awards, and the winners reflect the most popular films seen at the Festival, which ran October 15-25 across Adelaide. After each screening, audience members were invited to rate each film and the results are:Most

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Feature and Documentary Winners Announced

The acclaimed Brazilian feature film Neon Bull and the high octane documentary Speed Sisters have walked away with top honors at this year’s Adelaide Film Festival, announced today.Neon Bull was announced as winner of the Foxtel Movies International Award for Best Feature Film at this year’s Festival. The Festival also announced Speed Sisters winner of its Documentary Award, sponsored by

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The Films You Loved... Or Missed

New screenings announced for ADL Film Fest favourites!Adelaide Film Festival today announced new screenings of four festival favourites: Highly Strung, A Month of Sundays, Girl Asleep and Carol, which will return to Adelaide screens next week for special post-Festival screenings. Adelaide Film Festival Director Amanda Duthie said the screening events at Palace Cinemas are the perfect opportunity

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Cate Blanchett, Anthony LaPaglia and Geoffrey Rush honour Adelaide’s Andrew Bovell in New Book

A year in the making, Adelaide Film Festival and Wakefield Press are thrilled to announce the release of a new book honoring 2015 Don Dunstan Award winner, Andrew Bovell.Andrew Bovell: The Alchemy of Collaboration is a book of ‘love letters’ to the acclaimed Australian screenwriter and playwright. It includes a major essay by writer Christos Tsiolkas, and contributions from a galaxy of stars

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Funding for New Films to Premiere at 2017 Adelaide Film Festival

Entries are being sought for funding to make films that will premiere at the 2017 Adelaide Film Festival.Premier Jay Weatherill last night attended the launch of the 2015 Adelaide Film Festival and announced that the HIVE FUND was officially open.The fund is provided by the Adelaide Film Festival, Screen Australia, ABC Arts and the Australia Council for the Arts.“Maintaining the energy and

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