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Show Me Shorts Film Festival - Australian Focus - Christchur


Fri 8 Oct 2021, 6:00pm–8:00pm

Where: Alice Cinemas, 209 Tuam Street, Christchurch

Restrictions: M

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  • General Admission: $17.00 ea
  • Senior / NZ Film Society Members / Film Industry Guilds: $14.00 ea
  • Student / Children: $12.00 ea
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Australian Focus

We have a lot in common with our neighbours across the ditch. We also have many things that divide us and make us distinct. Australia is a country that includes one of the oldest cultures in the World, as well as a rapidly evolving global face. The stories here illustrate the richness and diversity of this vast land. Explore Aboriginal insights and meditations, rural folk battling the force of climate change, along with a fugitive refugee and a funny little take on Covid playdates. 

Total length: 97 min
Rating: M Offensive language.

Drama, 17 mins, Australia
Dir/Writ: Alies Sluiter
When fugitive Ayaan encounters a man on a rural beach, she must decide whether to trust him, or journey on alone.

Bama (Community)
Documentary, 5 mins, Australia
Dir/Writ/Prod: Jahvis Loveday
After the first day of private school in the city, an aboriginal boy reflects on his fear of losing the magic of family and community while being so far away from them.

Drama, 16 mins, Australia
Dir/Prod: Luisa Martiri  
A young woman takes a road trip to Brisbane to terminate her pregnancy, alongside her reluctant mother.

Animation, 20 mins, Australia
Dir/Writ/Prod: Nicholas Tory
Bourke New South Wales is a 'forgotten' place, but an undeniably beautiful one. Lifeblood is a meditative exploration of the beauty and complexity of this place, its history, and Australian identity.

Two Sands
Drama, 7 mins, Australia
Dir/Writ: Poppy van Oorde-Grainger
As Garang struggles on his first day at high school in Australia, memories of being lost in South Sudan are triggered. Garang must find a way to bridge the gap between where he is now, and where he's come from.

Documentary, 14 mins, Australia
Dir/Writ: Daniel Wilfred
Dir: Nicola Bell
Daniel Wilfred, a young songman from southeast Arnhem Land performs all over the world with his voice and biḻma (clapping sticks). He tells the story about keeping his culture alive, and shares his Manikay (ceremonial song).
Drama, 15 mins, Australia
Dir/Writ: Eddy Bell
Luke thinks the drought is breaking so he doesn’t de-stock as planned, but instead gets his herd ready to calve in the spring. His family are the lucky ones, they’re on good country... but the rain doesn’t come.

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