Browsing: Film & TV

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Little Big Shots is Australia’s only stand-alone kids’ film festival for children plus plenty of competitions and opportunities for involvement. The films screening in Little Big Shots inspire discussion of world cultures, different languages, cultural diversity, emotional intelligence and human values.

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Aussie scream flick to screen at No. 1 Brit Horror Frightfest, Release date now November 4

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A new venue, additional sponsors, an indigenous filmmaker award and the acceptance of entries from filmmakers from other Asia Pacific countries will be the highlights of the 2011 Shorts Film Festival.

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See the future of anime at the 2010 Reel Anime Festival at Palace Nova cinemas this September. The festival will showcase the best line-up of anime films, all screened digitally in their original Japanese format with English subtitles.

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The next Shorts Film Festival will be held at the Norwood Concert Hall, 9 – 16 April 2011. if you’ve got a film that goes for less than 20 minutes, enter now!

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As the winter freeze takes its grip, self-proclaimed Russophiles, film-fanatics and culture-vultures everywhere are lining up for a warming vodka shot and their annual fix of all-things-Russian at the Resurrection Film Festival…

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The RiAus Film Society is dedicated to screening films with science- and culture-based themes.

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In the nuclear-fueled independent Republic of South Australia you can’t escape the perfect weapon even if you invented it.

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