Fleurieu Film Festival

The FLEURIEU FILM FESTIVAL incorporates LOCAL and NATIONAL filmmakers. Come and enjoy a weekend of food, wine and FANTASTIC FILMS

Adelaide (Feb 26, 2020), McLaren Vale [SA] (Feb 12-13, 2021)

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The Invisible Man

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Interviews, Static Vision / /
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"An attitude, an ambition;" Fantastic Film Festival lands in Sydney and Melbourne

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Have you got your ticket to tonight's screening at Arts Centre Port Noarlunga? There are limited tickets at the door! We'll see you there for a night of films from the last four festivals. 🎟️🚪 You can still buy online if you're worried about missing out https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/fleurieu-films-at-the-fringe-af2020
"The Fleurieu Film Festival encapsulates what a film festival is about. It brings people together, it brings community together." Thanks so much to Mat Kesting, Director of Adelaide Film Festival for opening last week's Mercury Cinema screening for Fleurieu Films At The Fringe.
Thanks McLaren Vale Lakeside Caravan Park for reminding us! If you're wanting to make Fleurieu Films at the Fringe an even more special time in the region, head back into McLaren Vale, South Australia and enjoy a midweek break after the event! https://mclarenvalelakesidecaravanpark.com.au/
Have you got your ticket to tonight's screening at Mercury Cinema? Never fear! You can buy tickets at the door! We'll see you there for a night of films from the last four festivals. 🎟️🚪 You can still buy online if you're worried about missing out https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/fleurieu-films-at-the-fringe-af2020
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! We have the privilege of welcoming Adelaide Film Festival Director Mat Kesting to open tomorrow's screening with us. Grab your tickets to Fleurieu Films At The Fringe at the Mercury Cinema now! Tickets on sale for $10. https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/fleurieu-films-at-the-fringe-af2020
The 2016 Fleurieu Film Festival award for Best Script went to Richard Coburn’s scriptwriting on YOU AND ME. A tale of wonder and adventure, with a few moments of fun thrown in, YOU AND ME follows the story of two sleepy children who are transported to a fantastical land. Also the taking out the Peoples Choice for 2016 YOU AND ME is sure to be a favourite of at our Fleurieu Films at the Fringe events. 2020 Fleurieu Films at the Fringe Thu 20 Feb: 6:30pm @MercuryCinema 13 Morphett St, Adelaide, SA, 5000 Wed 26 Feb: 6:30pm @ArtsCentrePortNoarlunga 22 Gawler Street, Port Noarlunga, SA, 5167 Info & Tickets: https://bit.ly/2S5rCoE
The 2017 Best Cinematographer award went to Kadison Noack for his work on MY LIGHT, directed by Rebecca Duncker. Incidentally Kadison was also apart of the Sound department on Carolyn Corkindale’s 2018 Finalist Film PLAYING WITH FIRE which is also screening at Fleurieu Films at the Fringe. In MY LIGHT, a father gifts his daughter with an old mining helmet with a light which she uses to fight the shadows closing in on her. But when her father is drafted into the war, Jenny realises that shining a light on some situations doesn’t always make them brighter. 2020 Fleurieu Films at the Fringe. Thu 20 Feb: 6:30pm @MercuryCinema 13 Morphett St, Adelaide, SA, 5000 Wed 26 Feb: 6:30pm @ArtsCentrePortNoarlunga 22 Gawler Street, Port Noarlunga, SA, 5167 Info & Tickets: https://bit.ly/2S5rCoE
2018 Fleurieu Film Finalist BREAKING BARRIERS, directed by Dave Wade is the tale of an inept tour guide who takes a group for a walk through a future Great Barrier Reef that’s a little different from today… 2020 Fleurieu Films at the Fringe. Thu 20 Feb: 6:30pm @MercuryCinema 13 Morphett St, Adelaide, SA, 5000 Wed 26 Feb: 6:30pm @ArtsCentrePortNoarlunga 22 Gawler Street, Port Noarlunga, SA, 5167 Info & Tickets: https://bit.ly/2S5rCoE
WISHING YOU WELL, directed by our new festival director Carolyn Corkindale, tells the story of a young orphaned boy who is shown an old well, makes a poignant wish and to his surprise receives a reassuring answer… a drawing with a message. This mysterious and heart-warming fantasy won both the 2017 Fleurieu Film Festival Best Score for Adam Ritchie and Best Script for Carolyn. 2020 Fleurieu Films at the Fringe. Thu 20 Feb: 6:30pm @MercuryCinema 13 Morphett St, Adelaide, SA, 5000 Wed 26 Feb: 6:30pm @ArtsCentrePortNoarlunga 22 Gawler Street, Port Noarlunga, SA, 5167 Info & Tickets: https://bit.ly/2S5rCoE
2018 Fleurieu Film Festival Finalist, LIVING ROOM written and directed by Hannah Moore was a part of the Women Make Shorts initiative through the Media Resource Centre in Adelaide. LIVING ROOM tells the story of an injured dancer seeks refuge in her parents’ opulent bush retreat, only to find a Liberian refugee has been given the keys. � 2020 Fleurieu Films at the Fringe. Thu 20 Feb: 6:30pm @MercuryCinema 13 Morphett St, Adelaide, SA, 5000 Wed 26 Feb: 6:30pm @ArtsCentrePortNoarlunga 22 Gawler Street, Port Noarlunga, SA, 5167 Info & Tickets: https://bit.ly/2S5rCoE
Inspired by specific locations the 2018 Fleurieu Film Festival finalist, PLAYING WITH FIRE is a horror ghost story set in and around a haunting semi-ruined cottage. Written & directed by Carolyn Corkindale PLAYING WITH FIRE tells the story of a middle aged father taking his two young children to his run-down childhood home. Unaware of the presence that approaches them and confronting the father with his dark past. 2020 Fleurieu Films at the Fringe. Thu 20 Feb: 6:30pm @MercuryCinema 13 Morphett St, Adelaide, SA, 5000 Wed 26 Feb: 6:30pm @ArtsCentrePortNoarlunga 22 Gawler Street, Port Noarlunga, SA, 5167 Info & Tickets: https://bit.ly/2S5rCoE
The 2017 Fleurieu Film Festival Best Documentary Award went to THE FIRST PLACE, THE LAST PLACE directed by Phillip Storer. In May 2016 the Federal Government shortlisted a site near Hookina Waterhole in the Ikara-Flinders Ranges as the site for Australia's first nuclear waste dump. The Ikara-Flinders ranges is also the First Place of the Australian Aboriginal Adnyamathanha people. This is the story of the impact and the hazards of this told through the eyes of local elder Regina McKenzie. 2020 Fleurieu Films at the Fringe. Thu 20 Feb: 6:30pm @MercuryCinema 13 Morphett St, Adelaide, SA, 5000 Wed 26 Feb: 6:30pm @ArtsCentrePortNoarlunga 22 Gawler Street, Port Noarlunga, SA, 5167 Info & Tickets: https://bit.ly/2S5rCoE
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