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The Final Land

The Final Land

Two men, at odds, facing their ends aboard a spacecraft know that they might each ...
SciFi Film Festival Premieres 'Norman' amidst 2019 Slate

SciFi Film Festival Premieres ‘Norman’ amidst 2019 Slate

“There’s a vastness of vision in the 2019 line-up” ...
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Speculative, notional sci-fi, usually the domain of more abstract offerings, aren’t often melded with kids ...
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Have you ever noticed how many flicks have a passing, momentary or even not insignificant ...
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The Delphi Bank 26th Greek Film Festival returns to Palace Norton Street and Central on Tuesday 8 October to celebrate an incredible 26 years of Greek cinema! From the poetic drama Epiphany starring AACTA award-winner Alex Dimitriades and irreverent black-comedy The Taverna, to the latest masterpiece by weird wave auteur Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster), The Delphi Bank 26th Greek Film Festival (GFF) returns to showcase diverse stories from trailblazing Greek filmmakers across the globe. More info + tickets here:
WEBSITE DOWN: Sorry, but we are doing a bit of work on our website and it may be down for a little while. Watch this Facebook feed for any information on the 2020 SciFi Film Festival; important information, including new submission deadlines, is about to be announced...
The SciFi Film Festival team would like to thank Epson for their support in 2019.
Saturday 7th, Cinema 11 Media Wall: Craig and Leanne talk festival preparation and program highlights with program director Simon Foster and festival director Tom Papas
Friday September 6, Cinema 5 Media Wall: Craig and Leanne tap into the excitement of the World Premiere of Brolga - Australian Short Film with director Adrian Powers and star Tiarnie Coupland.
Some slightly unfocussed downtime for Leanne, Sally and Jess.
Friday September 6: The Nekrotronic team - director Kiah Roache-Turner, star Ben O'Toole, and co-writer/producer Tristan Roache-Turner - laugh it up with Leanne and Craig after the Australian Premiere of their crowdpleaser.
Saturday September 7, Cinema 5 Media Wall: From their homebase in Germany, Das letzte Land director Marcel Barion and producer Johannes Bade talk with Craig and Leanne.
The dynamic duo, Craig Walker and Jared Quinn, deep in prep work.
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