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Accelerator Program One


Accelerator Program One

Now in its fifth year in 2008, ACCELERATOR has firmly established itself as a showcase of pre-eminent new Australian and New Zealand shorts. For the first time featuring filmmakers from Ireland and Singapore, Accelerator has secured international recognition as an esteemed industry program. The filmmakers have been selected to shift gears in their development and to gain a broader appreciation of the culture of film internationally, within one of the largest film festivals in the Asia Pacific region.

Accelerator Program One

Haze (Singapore)
Cargo (New Zealand/Czech Republic)
The Sky Is Always Beautiful (Australia)
This Is Her (New Zealand)
Ahmad's Garden (Australia)
Careful With That Axe (New Zealand)
He.She.It (Australia)
Hawker (Australia)

Program length: 100 mins

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