Adelaide Film Festival is excited to present a carefully curated selection of films fit for young minds and the young and heart.
The Wizard of Oz
When: Sunday 23 October, 1:00pm
Where: The Capri Theatre
On a Sunday afternoon, don’t miss this rare chance for the whole family to see this influential and entertaining cinematic classic on the big screen.
The screening is followed by Oz/Lynch (rated 15+), a stunning documentary on the impact of The Wizard of Oz on the work of David Lynch, one of the most influential filmmakers of the last 40 years.
When: Saturday 22 October, 6:00pm | Wednesday 26 Ocotber, 10:30am
Where: Semaphore Odeon | Palace Nova Eastend Cinema 01/ExiMax
Filmed over seven years, a coming-of-age story set in the diverse and competitive world of Sydney’s hip hop dancers.
No Dogs Or Italians Allowed
When: Sunday 23 October | Thursday 27 October
Where: Semaphore Odeon | Palace Nova Eastend 01/ExiMax
A beautifully animated love letter to the Italian diaspora. A Piedmont family is forced to leave grinding poverty for France.
A New Old Play
When: Tuesday 25 October, 10:00am | Thursday 27 October, 1:30pm
Where: Palace Nova Eastend Cinema 01/ExiMax | Palace Nova Eastend Cinema 08
Based on the filmmaker’s grandfather’s life, this epic sweeps through Chinese 20th century history.
The Hamlet Syndrome
When: Friday 21 October, 10:30am | Sunday 23 October, 12:00pm
Where: Palace Nova Eastend Cinema 01/ExiMax | Palace Nova Eastend Cinema 04
This gripping combination of documentary and theatre puts audiences at the centre of one of the world’s most pressing problems.
Director Elwira Niewiera will be visiting the Festival and holding a special forum with acclaimed local director Chris Drummond about the capacity of theatre and documentary to create powerful works on current issues.
When: Thursday 20 October, 11:00am | Sunday 23 October, 12:30pm | Saturday 29 October, 4:30pm
Where: Palace Nova Eastend Cinema 04 | Palace Nova Prospect | Palace Nova Eastend Cinema 01/ExiMax
Murra learns about country, photography, friendships, but most importantly about herself.