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Indulge in some screen worship at the Adelaide Film Festival

Posted By Holly On September 16, 2013

Enjoy cinematic art at the Adelaide Film Festival. Indulge in some screen worship at the Adelaide Film Festival

Contemporary and international screen culture, art and film will be celebrated at the upcoming Adelaide Film Festival - an event that cinema buffs will definitely not want to miss!

If you're looking for holiday accommodation nearby, Mantra has some great options to consider such as Mantra Hindmarsh Square or Mantra on Frome.

This year, the Adelaide Film Festival looks set to be bigger and better than ever, so make sure to get your tickets before they're all gone!

All about the Film Festival

The Adelaide Film Festival is one of the biggest events on South Australia's cultural calendar, bringing together national and international auteurs and films in a program of screenings and special events.

Audience participation and engagement is particularly encouraged with this festival, so you can definitely look forward to some unique experiences.


"This year, the Adelaide Film Festival looks set to be bigger and better than ever, so make sure to get your tickets before they're all gone!


With a goal of producing a challenging, interesting and distinctive screening program aimed at both the general film-loving public and the industry, the Adelaide Film Festival presents a great opportunity to immerse yourself in some fantastic cinematic art.

What's on this year

For 11 days from October 10-20 this year, feature films, documentaries, shorts, animations and more will all be on display at the Adelaide Film Festival.

The theme for 2013 is 'screen worship', and you can certainly indulge in exactly that with the wide line-up of experiences on offer.

In the feature film category, look out for the classic Cary Grant and Irene Dunne film The Awful Truth, the darkly beautiful animation of The Apostle and the much-hyped Tilda Swinton/Tom Hiddleston vampire film Only Lovers Left Alive.

There are also some great documentaries on show this year, including the controversial Sea World-centred Blackfish, the chilling Camp 14: Total Control Zone centred on a North Korean's escape from a prison camp and an inside look at a luxury department store with Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's.


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