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Accelerator Programme One

(MIFF 2007, Accelerator)

Two must-see short fiction film programmes from the hottest new filmmaking talent in Australia and New Zealand.
Accelerator is also about the filmmakers themselves. Now in its fourth year, Accelerator has firmly cemented its place as an esteemed industry event run over four days for selected filmmakers to develop their skills, craft and contacts on national and international levels. Films screening as part of Accelerator Programme 1 include:

Spider (Australia)
Clean Linen (New Zealand)
Advantage (Australia)
catch fish (Australia)
Crossbow (Australia)
Fast Lane (Australia)
Katoomba (Australia)

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Accelerator Programme Two

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His Father's Shoes

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