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September 2021

Korean Film Festival

September 2 - October 23

Celebrating 60 years of diplomatic relations between Australia and South Korea, the Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA), returns into cinemas in 2021 with a line-up of exquisite new Korean films, from across all genres. The festival program features 22 of the finest films from Korea’s world-class film industry. Canberra: September 2 - 6 | Palace Electric Cinema Brisbane: September 16 - 19 | Elizabeth Picture Theatre Melbourne: September 16 - 23 | ACMI Sydney: October 14 - 23 | Event Cinema…

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Queer Screen Film Festival

September 16 - September 26

Queer Screen has moved its upcoming Queer Screen Film Fest competely online with films available nationally on demand for 11 days. The 9th Queer Screen Film Fest’s full program will be announced on Thursday 26 August. Over 40 feature films, documentaries and shorts will be available to stream by LGBTIQ+ communities and allies.

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VCA graduate showcase on MIFF Play

September 27 - October 10

Short film lovers will be treated to more than 40 films by the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) Film and Television graduating class of 2020 in a special free-to-view online presentation from September 27 on MIFF Play, the digital streaming platform of the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF). The special out-of-season presentation includes work on themes of isolation, love, existential dread, family, and self-discovery.

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October 2021


October 8

Australia’s premier international short film festival will be held at the Bondi Pavilion in January 2022. The Festival in 2022 will celebrate 31 years of screening the best short films from Australia and around the world in competitions and special showcases. Following the festival in Sydney, a selection of films will go on tour to 50+ capital cities and regional centres around Australia. Official entries for International, Australian and Documentary competitions are now open.

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MCX Screenmakers Pitch Market

October 8

The MCX Screenmakers Pitch Market will feature 1:1 Pitching, Industry Roundtables and the $20k ABC TV | iview PITCH-O-RAMA competition. With market reps from Netflix, AMC, STAN, Roadshow, Foxtel, Madman, Icon, Studiocanal and more, there are over 250 pitching slots available. Delegates have until September 20 to enter projects for both 1:1 Pitching and ABC TV | iview PITCH-O-RAMA.   In addition to $10k development funding, ABC TV | iview PITCH-O-RAMA has expanded with new awards worth over $10k to help…

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Expressions of Interest open for NFSA First Nations work

October 17

The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) is looking for a female First Nations audiovisual creative to produce a unique and innovative work, using digital items from the national collection. Expressions of interest are open for the commissioned project, tentatively titled RE/Vision, which will feature as part of the UK/Australia Season - the largest cultural exchange between Australia and the United Kingdom. The filmmaker will work closely with NFSA curatorial and technical experts, utilising the digital collection to…

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The ST. ALi Italian Film Festival

October 20 - November 14

Due to the current uncertainty regarding the reopening of cinemas on the east coast, the ST. ALi Italian Film Festival will be moved from a traditional September launch to commence this October. The festival will open with the Australian premiere of Daniele Luchetti’s The Ties (Lacci) which opened last year’s Venice Film Festival and will also include 2021 Cannes Directors' Fortnight winner To Chiara (A Chiara); Hidden Away (Volevo nascondermi), starring Berlin International Film Festival Silver Bear winner Elio Germano;…

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Brisbane International Film Festival

October 21 - October 31

BIFF is back! A bold new approach to the 27th festival sees excellence in programming combined with unforgettable events and a renewed focus on industry and education. By bringing conversation to the fore, BIFF 2021 will highlight the greatest new strokes in international cinema alongside a celebration of the movie experience and local creatives.

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MPA APSA Academy Film Fund

October 22

A joint initiative of the Asia Pacific Screen Academy (APSA) and the Motion Picture Association (MPA), the $US100,000 fund represents both organisation’s shared goals to increase cultural diversity on screen, and is open exclusively to members of the Asia Pacific Screen Academy. The four winners will be announced at the 2021 Asia Pacific Screen Awards Ceremony.

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November 2021

WA Screen Culture Awards – Submissions

November 1

The WA Screen Culture Awards celebrate the achievement, innovation, and ambition of the local industry. Established in 2020 by the producers of the Revelation Perth International Film Festival, submissions are now open across 21 categories. The WASCA’s will be held on Sunday 5 December at Luna Palace Cinemas Leederville.

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Sydney Film Festival

November 3 - November 14

The world’s best new films come to Sydney this August for 12 days and nights of inspiring and entertaining premieres, talks and parties. Be among the first in Australia to see the greatest, strangest and most exciting work that cinema has to offer. https://www.if.com.au/sydney-film-festival-unveils-first-crop-of-2021-titles/

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APDG Awards

November 7 @ 6:00 pm
QAGOMA, Stanley Pl
South Brisbane, Queensland 4101 Australia
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The Australian Production Design Guild (APDG) will celebrate the 10th anniversary of its awards in 2021. This year’s awards have an extensive 23 categories, including the traditional live performance, film, television, event, animation and costume design awards, in addition to new categories that include set decorators, screen graphic designers and live performance video designers. The awards will be followed by a post-awards soiree on the Queensland Terrace at the Queensland State Library.

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