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Premiering at the Sydney Film Festival last year, SLAM follows the story of Ricky, whose life is turned upside down when his activist and slam poet sister goes missing in Sydney. Tackling migrant identity and Islamophobia, the film is directed by #ParthoSenGupta and stars #AdamBakri and #RachaelBlake. SLAM is available to watch now on Foxtel!
Do you have a ground breaking idea for a feature film? Entries are now open for the ultimate horror and genre film development initiative; AACTA Pitch: Isolation in partnership with Monster Pictures. The winner will receive $10,000 in development funds, a distribution agreement with Monster Pictures Distribution and an invite to the 2020 AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel in Sydney. Click the link in our bio to enter. Good luck creators 🤗
Entries are now open for the 2020 AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel across television, film, documentary, online and short form categories, with VFX entries opening soon. Given the challenges faced this year, we have made adjustments to accommodate. For more information or to enter, head to www.aacta.org/aacta-awards/entries/
Did you know that the multi AACTA Award winning film, The Great Gatsby was filmed in #Sydney? The International College of Management in Manly was re-imagined as classy New York for the incredible party scene 💃🏼 Read more about the locations of top Australian films and how to visit them via www.aacta.org/connect/
Didn't catch THE INVISIBLE MAN in cinemas? AFI & AACTA Members will have access to the box office sensation online from tomorrow evening for ten days, along with an exclusive interview with cinematographer #StefanDuscio. Starring #ElisabethMoss and directed by #LeighWhannell, THE INVISIBLE MAN follows a woman who believes she is being stalked by her abusive and wealthy boyfriend even after his apparent suicide... To find out more head to aacta.org/whatson
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