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The Films You Loved… Or Missed

22 October 2015

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 for film lovers who missed their runs at the Festival or for those who want to experience them again.

Next Monday 26 October, Girl Asleep will screen at 6.30pm, followed by A Month of Sundays at 8.45pm.

Next Tuesday 27 October, Highly Strung will screen at 6.30pm, followed by Carol at 8.45pm.

What the critics have been saying:

Highly Strung: “… an exquisite looking insider’s view of the elite world of high-end stringed instruments” – The Advertiser.

“Hicks has made something universal out of the stories of these people who, despite their differences, have one thing in common – a yearning for beauty. And you don’t need to be a classical music fan for that to resonate deeply” – InDaily.

A Month of Sundays: “It’s a simple story that derives much of its charm from the quiet humour of the writing, with LaPaglia’s deadpan one-liners outclassed only by that master of comic delivery, John Clarke” – The Advertiser.

Girl Asleep: “… is an imaginative coming-of-age story with a positive message about embracing who you are” – InDaily.

“Inventive and confidently executed, this stage-to-screen translation of Windmill Theatre’s 2014 play is a bright and occasionally subversive take on teen growing pains that gives fresh legs to a familiar genre. We’re lucky to call this one our own” – Rip It Up.

Carol: “Cate Blanchett is luminous… It’s taken a long time for the story to make it to the big screen but it was worth the wait” – InDaily.

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