Film & TV

Adelaide Film Festival Goes Rogue

The Adelaide Film Festival presents a rogue mini-festival this month with two world premiere films, in-conversation events, a masterclass, and more.

Continuing its reputation as Australia’s most dynamic screen event, usually held every two years, the Adelaide Film Festival Goes Rogue this month to offer up a fresh mini-festival until the Adelaide Film Festival returns full throttle in October 2017.

Premiering new works commissioned by the Adelaide Film Festival Fund, the fun begins with the Australian premiere season of Collisions, screening now until 30 October. Coming up is a special free event at Adelaide Festival of Ideas on 23 October, and a 4-day streamlined mini-festival from 27-30 October featuring world premiere screenings of two Adelaide Film Festival Fund screen events:

  • Australia’s first Muslim rom-com Ali’s Wedding, based on the life of actor, writer and comedian Osamah Sami; and
  • A special ‘work in progress’ screening of the highly anticipated David Stratton’s Stories of Australian Cinema

The rogue mini-festival not only features two world premiere screenings, but in-conversation events, a masterclass, a retrospective screening and a nod to 2017. all take their place in this succinct cinematic celebration.

The full program is available now from the Adelaide Film Festival website.

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