IF Awards announces rating day

12 August, 2010 by IF

Press release from 6dc

Last year ratings for the Inside Film Awards tripled to over 190,000, showing the growing support for Australian productions. To get even more Australian cinema goers involved for the IF Awards in 2010, IF is holding an outdoor free event in Parramatta on Friday 20th August, 2010.

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From 10.30am to 2pm The IF team will be in Church Street Mall Parramatta encouraging people to rate for the Australian films they have seen this year. Love it? Hate it? Rate it!!

It’s a chance for Australian audiences to play critic and tell us what they think of the Australian films they have seen this year!!

The city of Parramatta has long played a significant part in the Australian film industry with the hit indie Australian film, Çedar Boys, starring Rachael Taylor having filmed on the streets of Parramatta. The film garnered amazing reviews and went on to be nominated at the 2009 IF Awards in the Best Feature Film category. Australia’s hottest new talent – Underbelly’s Firass Dirani starred in the controversial film The Combination which explored the relations between Lebanese Australians and Anglo Australians in parts of Western Sydney. Principal photography for the film was also shot primarily around the suburb of Parramatta and is the main backdrop for majority of the movie. The highly anticipated sequel The Kings of Mykonos: Wog Boy 2 also personally selected the city to host an intimate Q&A session with Nick Giannopoulos paying tribute to their loyal fan base within the area and the heritage of the film franchise.

IF rating booths will be set up in the mall to rate films as well as trailers from recent Australian films being shown on a 12 square metre screen. Food and drink stands will be onsite to entice the lunch time crowds to come along and get involved as well as plenty of giveaways such as DVD’s from Madman, ICON and Hopscotch and movie vouchers from Palace.

The top films eligible to be rated for the IF Awards are: Accidents Happen, Animal Kingdom, Beneath Hill 60, The Boys Are Back, Bran Nue Dae, Bright Star, Charlie & Boots, Daybreakers, I Love You Too, The Kings of Mykonos: Wog Boy 2, Mao’s Last Dancer, Matching Jack, Triangle. Tomorrow When The War Began and The Waiting City.

Ratings for the IF Awards 2010 close on September 17. Make sure that your favourite actors and filmmakers walk away with the IF trophy this year by rating this year’s eligible films online at www.ifawards.com

The 2010 Inside Film Awards is the favourite celebration of the Australian film Industry and the ceremony will be held in mid-November in Sydney.

To rate the films that you’ve seen, log on to www.ifawards.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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