The powerful and enlightening documentary In My Blood It Runs won both Best Film and Best Documentary at the 2019 Byron Bay Film Festival.
NAME OF FILM: ALICE (2019)
DIRECTOR(S): Josephine Mackerras
STARRING: Emilie Piponnier, Martin Swabey, Chloe Boreham
GENRE: Comedy Film
SYNOPSIS: She did everything right until it all went wrong.
Documentary RETURN TO MT. KENNEDY and Mexican Short Films Headline Ashland Festival Varsity World Film Week 2019
Ashland Independent Film Festival will showcase 13 independent feature films and one short film program for the 30th Varsity World Film Week; closing with the documentary Return to Mt. Kennedy.
The Melbourne International Film Festival unveiled its 2019 program – the largest in its 68 year, history, featuring 259 feature films, and Lulu Wang’s The Farewell as closing night film.
The Seattle International Film Festival announced the 2019 Awards and the top prizes – Audience Award for Best Film went to Tel Aviv on Fire and We Are the Radical Monarchs won for Best Documentary.
The 2019 RiverRun International Film Festival announced the Awards with the top prizes going to Alice directed by Josephine Mackerras which won the Jury Award for Best Narrative Feature.
ALICE, a story about a woman who finds the strength within herself despite all odds to save herself and her child, directed and produced by Josephine Mackeras, is the first winner of the CherryPicks Female First Feature Award.
The 2019 Award winners of the 26th SXSW Film Festival Awards were announced at the historic Paramount Theatre with the top prizes going to Alice directed by Josephine Mackerras and For Sama directed by Waad al-Kateab, Edward Watts.
South by Southwest® (SXSW) Film Festival announced the features and episodic premieres lineup for the 26th edition of the Film Festival.