Seth Larney’s sci-fi thriller 2067 will world premiere as the opening film of the 2020 Adelaide Film Festival.
Adelaide Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Adelaide Film Festival
WHERE: Adelaide, Australia
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The Adelaide Film festival celebrates the moving image – the ideas and artists that animate the multiple screens in our lives. Every 2 years, over 11 days, you can immerse yourself in feature films, documentaries, shorts, animations and new media works – in cinemas, galleries and on the city streets.
The internationally anticipated film Hotel Mumbai is set for an Australian Premiere at the 2018 Adelaide Film Festival Film Festival
I Am Not A Witch and documentary Taste of Cement are the top prize winning films of the 2017 Adelaide Film Festival.
Turkish film JIN and the documentary BLUSH OF FRUIT won top film honors at the 2013 Adelaide Film Festival which took place October 10 to 20, 2013 in Adelaide, Australia. JIN, directed and written by Reha Erdem is the winner of the Foxtel Movies International Award for Best Feature Film and BLUSH OF FRUIT, directed by Jakeb Anhvu, is the winner of the festival’s first ever Documentary Award.
The Australian Premiere of director Mark Cousins’ documentary A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM will close this year’s Adelaide Film Festival. Cousins has put together what the festival has described as a richly complex picture of the various aspects of children as they exhibit defiance and doggedness, as they learn distinctions of class, and as they come to understand loneliness and loss.This year’s Adelaide Film Festival runs October 10 to 20, 2013.