150 minutes
All Ages

See you on the Red Carpet!
Thursday September 16
From 6pm
Palace Nova Eastend

AFF is famous for its red-carpet screenings and AFF Youth will be no different.
Put on your most glam outfit and get ready to be snapped by photographers as you bump elbows with SA’s best young filmmakers at the Gala Screening of the Statewide Schools Filmmaking Competition nominated films.

The purchase of a ticket will gain you entry to the screening and a hot chocolate or smoothie.

The finalists are:
Animal Therapy: How animals affect mental health – Directed by Caitlin Vass
Brains – Directed by Students of Reynella East College
Catch Me  – Directed by Ella Kim
Clay Anai episode 1 – Directed by Maren Garrett
Coblivious-19 – Directed by Jasper Dew
Daymare – Directed by Amelia Evans, Iona McClements
District X22 – Directed by Charlie Grivell
First World Problems – Directed by Tammy Ha
Kleptomania – Directed by Bailey Lock
Kyle’s Misadventure in Space – Directed by Jadon Wilke
Learning On Country – Directed by Mimili Anangu Students
My Self Isolation – Directed by Valentina
One – Directed by Monaliza Ulang
One Hit Too Far – Directed by Tiarne Mewett
Pass it Over – Directed by Johnathan Brink, Liam O’Donnell
Punching Bag – Directed by Isaac Drury
Silicone School – Directed by Charlie Evans
The Chalkening – Directed by Joseph Matthews, Tyrone Wood
The Good The Bad and The Stupid – Directed by Joshua Pullino
To Chase Light – Directed by Meg McGrath
Tuned In – Directed by Aurora Chan

The inaugural AFF Youth State-wide Schools Filmmaking Competition welcomed entries from all schools across South Australia. Entries closed on 27 May.

Be sure to sign up to our mailing list for announcements about the next competition.