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A program of exciting shorts by emerging filmmakers from Australia, New Zealand and Canada. See the work of tomorrow's hottest directors today. All Accelerator directors are guests of the festival. ... Special classification exemption applies - all ages allowed but no person under the age of 15 ... Read more
A compelling session of shorts created by talented emerging filmmakers from Australia and New Zealand. ... All Accelerator filmmakers are guests of the Festival. ... Note that this session has a classification special exemption - all ages may attend, but under 15s must be accompanied by an adult. ... Read more
Exhilarating shorts by emerging filmmakers from Australia and New Zealand. See the work of tomorrow's hottest directors today. ... All Accelerator directors are guests of the festival. ... Read more
Accelerator brings together some of the region's brightest new filmmaking talent. In the heat of MIFF's first weekend, from 22nd-25th July, Accelerator has invited 13 writer/directors from Australia and New Zealand to participate in this dynamic program of presentations, workshops, meetings ... Read more
This is the second of two must-see short film programs from the hottest new filmmaking talent in Australia and New Zealand, plus this year for the first time, Denmark. ... Accelerator is an annual MIFF initiative designed to fast-track the careers of outstanding emerging filmmakers. Alongside the ... Read more
A must-see program of short films from the hottest new filmmaking talent from Australia and New Zealand. ... --- ... --- ... Read more
A program of exciting shorts by emerging filmmakers from Australia, New Zealand and Canada. See the work of tomorrow's hottest directors today. All Accelerator directors are guests of the festival. ... Special classification exemption applies - all ages allowed but no person under the age of 15 ... Read more
A compelling session of shorts created by talented emerging filmmakers from Australia, New Zealand and Canada. ... All Accelerator filmmakers are guests of the Festival. ... Note that this session has a classification special exemption - all ages may attend, but under 15s must be accompanied by an ... Read more
Exhilarating shorts by emerging filmmakers from Australia and New Zealand. See the work of tomorrow's hottest directors today. ... All Accelerator directors are guests of the festival. ... Read more
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 ... Read more
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 ... Read more
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 ... Read more
In its third year, the Accelerator programme brings together some of the hottest new filmmaking talent from Australia and New Zealand. Comprising of presentations, workshops, meetings and screenings, Accelerator is a fast-track for invited filmmakers to develop their skills, craft and industry ... Read more
In its third year, the Accelerator programme brings together some of the hottest new filmmaking talent from Australia and New Zealand. Comprising of presentations, workshops, meetings and screenings, Accelerator is a fast-track for invited filmmakers to develop their skills, craft and industry ... Read more
Accused is a dramatic new addition to the school of bold and compelling Danish cinema. At first glance, Henrik, Nina and Stine seem to comprise a perfectly average family. Henrik is a swimming teacher and his wife, Nina, is a secretary. If this well-heeled, middle-class couple have a problem at all ... Read more
The hunk who plays Vinnie Chase in HBO's Entourage series, Adrian Grenier, speaks with Charlie Pickering about his time on the other side of the photographer's lens while making Teenage Paparazzo, and reflects on our celebrity obsessed culture. ... Read more
Adrian Wootton, a long-time Frank Sinatra admirer, gives an overview of Sinatra's 60-plus years in showbiz and the more than 50 films in which he appeared, ranging from classic musicals to his Oscar-winning performance in From Here to Eternity, interspersed with plenty of anecdotes and affectionate ... Read more
Just more than 50 years after his death, legendary American crime scribe Raymond Chandler, whose seven completed novels featuring laconic detective Phillip Marlowe (including The Big Sleep, The Lady in the Lake, Farewell My Lovely and The Long Goodbye), remains a profound influence on crime fiction ... Read more
Best known as one of the greatest English novelists of the 20th Century, penning such masterpieces as Brighton Rock, The Power and the Glory, The End of the Affair, Burnt Out Case and The Honorary Consul, as well as short stories, noted plays and children's book, Graham Greene's contribution to ... Read more
Adrian Wootton, who was one of the producers of the BBC/BFI documentary Howard Hawks: American Artist, chronicles the fascinating life and range of work from one of America's most respected directors. ... A born storyteller, Hawks worked his way up from assistant prop man to become a screenwriter ... Read more
Adrian Wootton, an Elivis aficionado who was intimately involved in curating film and TV celebrations of Elivis's Hollywood career for the BFI and Turner Classic Movies, recounts the history of Elvis Presley's extensive career on the silver screen. ... Book tickets for this talk at ... Read more
Has the 'greed is good' world of the eighties been replaced by a new spirit of cooperation? How is advertising, the most selfish and successful of eighties industries coping? We look at the new "caring, sharing" ads, and ask how you sell to the altruistic consumer? ... Read more
Join festival guest Ti West (director, The Innkeepers, The House of the Devil), Rachel Cotra (Director, Hello Darkness Film Festival), Emma Westwood (author of Monster Movies), Lee Gambin (Fangoria), Neil Foley (Monster Pictures), and moderator Guy Davis as they talk about the limits of horror, and ... Read more
Set in a purgatory limbo that looks an awful lot like an old brick school on a perfect autumn day. Guides assist the newly dead in selecting their most treasured memory, the one they will take with them to eternity. While some people have no trouble choosing, others agonise over the decision. A ... Read more
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