An important and unique part of the Adelaide Film Festival, the Curate Your Own Festival program brings mini-international film festivals to country towns.
Unique in Australia, Curate Your Own Festival builds screen culture in regional towns by developing local curatorial skills. Every Festival, AFF invites four emerging regional curators to spend four days at the Festival to select films to take back to their town. Find out more about the program here.
Blyth: 20 – 22 January, Blyth Cinema
Tickets available below or in person from the Blyth Cinema Box Office on screening days.
Blyth Cinema is located at: 15 Moore Street, Blyth.
A delightful, soaring coming of age tale about an indigenous teen discovering a passion for photography and her country while traveling on a youth retreat.
7.30pm, Friday 20 January
My Old School
A gobsmacking documentary about a nineties Scottish high school student who committed the most unbelievable and entertaining fraud.
7.30pm, Saturday 21 January
A quietly powerful documentary tracking the torch bearers of a secret, historic Chinese language that only women can understand.
2pm, Sunday 22 January
An achingly moving, beautifully constructed Polish documentary about three children attending a boarding school for the blind and visually impaired.
4.30pm, Sunday 22 January
$15 Full Price +booking fee
$10 Youth (Under 18) +booking fee
Alternatively, you can see all four films for just $50! Purchase your multipass here, then book in for each individual film using the pass. Once you have purchased a pass using your Adelaide Film Festival account, the multipass booking option will appear on the film pages automatically.
This project was assisted by the Australian Government through the Festivals Australia program, and the University of South Australia.
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