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Hilarious New Comedy LITTLE ACORNS Launching Sept 1

NEW AUSTRALIAN COMEDY SERIES ‘LITTLE ACORNS’ LAUNCHES SEPTEMBER 1 All the laughter, tears, tantrums and endless drama of a suburban childcare centre.... and then there’s the kids.
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Raoul Walsh’s classic silent, Regeneration (1915) with live music East Sydney Saturday August 20

Dear Next Saturday the Master Directors of the Silent Cinema series with live music continues at East Sydney. East Sydney 15 Francis Street Saturday at 2pm August 20 Unitarian Church Sydney Live music with Kaine Hayward on the grand piano. Ticket price $20 per session Online www.ozsilentfilmfestival.com.au or call T 0419 267 318 Regeneration(1915) USA 72 minutes Directed by Raoul Walsh “In Raoul Walsh’s Regeneration (1915), a young orphan boy is taken in by an elderly and raggedy neighbor couple who immediately put him to work. Their drunkenness and fighting becomes the only home environment he knows. He soon leaves and grows up on the streets where
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Award Winning Aussie Filmmaker Projects Positive LGBT Representation

Exciting new Australian feature film ‘Life of the Party’ is set to bring another positive female-female relationship to our screens in 2017. Award winning filmmaker Michael Budd will be directing this touching and quirky comedy/drama about three friends attempting to break the world record for the longest house party. The project is quickly gaining support from the LGBT community due to its focus on ensuring we start to see real and positive representation of same sex relationships on our screens. More information on this can be found by giving Jessica Butland a call or email (as above). This is a big
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CinefestOZ Film Prize 2016 Jury Announced

Ahead of CinefestOZ Film Festival’s impending August 24 opening night, the Festival today is delighted to announce the CinefestOZ Film Prize jury, who will decide on the winner of the Festival’s third annual, and Australia’s greatest, $100,000 Film Prize. Jury Chair and acclaimed Australian filmmaker, Gillian Armstrong will be joined on the jury by Producer Sue Taylor (The Tree, Looking for Grace), cinematographer Garry Phillips, (House of Hancock, The Railway Man, Candy), actor and director Damian Walshe-Howling (Janet King, Mystery Road, Underbelly) and actress Emma Booth (Hounds of Love, Gods of Egypt, Jack Irish). “We are delighted to bring such diverse minds
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Spin Out makes Western Australian Premiere at CinefestOZ

Film Prize Jury Screening CinefestOZ Film Prize Finalist, Spin Out, co-directed by Tim Ferguson and Marc Gracie, is set to premiere at CinefestOZ at the Orana Cinemas in Busselton on Friday 26 August at 5.30pm. Starring Xavier Samuel, Morgan Griffin, Travis Jeffery, Melissa Bergland, Lincoln Lewis and Brooke McClymont, Spin Out is a fresh, feel-good comedy romance for the young and the young at heart. Billy and Lucy have grown up together in a small, close-knit country town, where they form one of the town's most formidable Ute driving teams. When Billy takes one risky car stunt too far, Lucy declares she is
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2016 WESTPAC INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL OF MELBOURNE AWARDS & WESTERN UNION SHORT FILM COMPETITION – WINNERS ANNOUNCED

The Westpac Indian Film Festival of Melbourne announced the winners of the third IFFM Awards at a star-studded, red-carpet gala event at the Melbourne Recital Centre on Friday 12 August. Bollywood legend Rishi Kapoor, who over the last forty years has played the romantic lead in over 90 films, from the super-hit Bobby in 1973 to his most recent turn in Kapoor and Sons (Since 1921), was recognised with the 2016 Westpac Excellence in Cinema Award. Previous winners include Amitabh Bachchan and Anil Kapoor.   The critically acclaimed feminist drama Parched, directed by Leena Yadav, won Westpac Best Indie Film, adding to its
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‘TERMINAL 1’ RUNNING KICKSTARTER TO CHALLENGE GENDER NORMS IN CINEMA

Honey Bar Productions, new Melbourne-based creative production company, announces the Kickstarter campaign for their debut short film, ‘Terminal 1’. The company will raise $6,500 AUD to cover the cost of production, with a three-prong focus on sound, production design, and location.   ‘Terminal 1’ follows a couple’s fresh breakup as they arrive to the airport by taxi; one partner is heading home after visiting the other on business in a third-world country. Through a series of uncomfortable situations, the audience watches as they individually navigate the abrupt reality of their separation. Once alone in the airport, the departing partner is dealt an
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FRIDAY FRIGHT NIGHT Announcement

Monster Fest Presents: THE RETURN OF FRIDAY FRIGHT NIGHTS
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Entertainment One Introduces Regional Film Leadership Structure

Realignment Promotes Partnership Activities Globally and Supports the Company’s Growing Number of Multi-Territory Relationships
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Call for Attachments – Feature Film project 3 

DO YOU WANT TO WORK IN THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FILM INDUSTRY? Here’s your chance!
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