Taylors Wines are proud to present the very first ‘The Best of the Fest’ – an outdoor screen programme with award winning films from Clare Valley Film Festival.
Bring your own rugs, cushions or deck chairs. There are meals, snacks, ice-cream, soft-drinks, coffee and, of course, wine on sale. (No BYO). The event is sure to be popular so it is recommended that movie-goers plan to arrive before the films commence and enjoy the festival picnic atmosphere.
When: Saturday 11th February, 2012
Where: Taylors Wines, Auburn, Clare Valley
Garden open for picnic from 6pm, films commence at 8.45pm
For ticket bookings 08 8849 1117 – Adult $12 / Child $7
Sign Language – Special Mention
UK | Dir Oscar Sharp
Meet Ben. He holds a sign in the street for a living, and loves his job more than almost anything. But today is his last day.
Threads * – Audience Choice Award
UK | Dir Matt Taabu
A mixed-race fifteen year old comes face to face with a man, he believes is his father and a member of the Far-Right.
Mano De Dios * – Special Mention
Luxembourg | Dir Adolf El Assal
Diego, a 25 year old Argentinean living in Luxembourg learns a hard lesson about love and friendship and what it is to be alone.
The Banker – BAFTA Winner
UK/Australia | by Hattie Dalton & Kelly Broad
A story about unrequited love, focused on a lonely scientist who toils away in a sperm bank.
Time to be a Hero
Adelaide, Australia | by Subconscious Studios
Clewers 24H Film Challenge Runner up
Clare, Australia | by Darkside Productions
Clewers 24H Film Challenge Winner
Dead on Time * – International Best Short Film
Greece | Dir Andreas Lampropoulos, Kostas Skiftas
A young woman is trying to escape from the hands of criminals who threaten to murder her, but soon discovers death to be the least of her troubles.
The Road Not Taken – Special Mention
Australia | Dir Damian Fasolo
A girl reflects on her painful past, and the paths laid out to her through life’s journey. An adaptation of Robert Frost’s renowned poem ‘The Road Not Taken’.
Happenstance – Australian Best Short Film
Australia | Dir John Marsh
The little mistake that prevents a big one.
The content is moderate in impact. * Some course language and moderate violence.
Under 15s must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.