|From body positivity champion Taryn Brumfitt, who gave us Embrace (2016), comes Embrace: Kids, an exploration of body image, bullying, gender identity, advocacy, representation and more.|
Featuring Taryn’s network of well-known celebrity friends including Celeste Barber, Jameela Jamil and local music duo Electric Fields, Embrace: Kids brings together a vibrant collection of stories and voices to entertain and inspire kids and parents alike, showing us that the first step in changing the world, is changing your own mind.
Join Taryn and special guests on the red carpet for the South Australian premiere of Embrace: Kids!
Second screening added:
When: Wallis Cinemas Mitcham
Where: 3.30pm Saturday 27 August 2022Get tickets now
|We are delighted to announce that acclaimed artist Lynette Wallworth will join the AFF Expand Lab as a mentor for the 5 day moving image workshop. Lynette is a two time Emmy award winning artist/filmmaker renowned for creating profoundly empathetic works while pushing the boundaries of emerging technologies.|
Have the unique and rewarding opportunity in your professional development as a creative to be mentored by Lynette and the dynamic Soda Jerk with the five day workshop of Expand Lab.
Applications close 22 August.Apply nowIs one film not enough for you (it’s not)? Then an AFF Multipass will be the best bet for you to experience as much as you need.
With a pass you can choose between 3, 7 or 10 Standard Screenings, and book up to 4 tickets per session.
Looking for that extra star treatment? Gold and Platinum Passes are also available, providing an unprecedented level of access to the 2022 Adelaide Film Festival.Purchase nowAll locally shot and produced, Monolith is a bold science fiction thriller featuring one actor, one location, and a mystery uncovered through audio.
Monolith writer, Lucy Campbell, says, “I was excited to tell such a provocative story in an exciting genre; we always wanted the audience to be challenged, not just intellectually but emotionally, viscerally – it was always important that the final act must hit the audience hard, like a punch to the guts”.
See what the sci-fi mystery is all about, at the World Premiere of Monolith on 27 October, at Palace Nova Cinemas. Selling fast, so get your tickets before they disappear!Get ticketsPreceding the world premiere of The Angels: Kickin’ Down the Door at the Opening Night of AFF22 will be the short film Marungka Tjalatjunu/ Dipped in Black, which producer Patrick Graham calls a “film for our time”.
CityMag interviewed Patrick about the project, which follows the journey of Yankunytjatjara artist Derik Lynch as he leaves the oppression of white city life in Adelaide and returns to Country, Aputula in the Northern Territory, to perform his own dance on sacred Inma ground.
Read the full interview below and get your tickets to see the next landmark Australian film!More Info