All Film Festivals have been cancelled due to the current restrictions. However, a number of very clever and super savvy peeps have been able to present festivals online. Good News, some are free and others are at a cost. Please consider our struggling artists who are at the moment without an income, some festivals will ask for a donation.
ACMI has closed until later in 2020 whilst major renovations are made. In the meantime they will be screening films in the RMIT Capitol and Treasury Theatres.
The fifth annual Stowe Jewish Film Festival has been re-imagined in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis as a virtual and free experience. It will take place over three weeks and features three films we believe are the most exciting selections yet. Under a unifying theme of Crossing Boundaries, each of these films deals with subjects of unusual, unexpected intra- or inter-cultural collaboration, individual quests across divides, or situations that result in surprising transformations and understanding of “others.” The festival commences on May 24 to June 9, again viewers are required to register and logon info will be emailed.
Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF), non-profit organization, is an International, competitive festival. BFF mission is to provide a public forum in Brooklyn in order to advance public interest in films and the independent production of films. To draw worldwide attention to Brooklyn as a center for cinema. To encourage the rights of all Brooklyn residents to access and experience the power of independent filmmaking, and to promote artistic excellence and the creative freedom of artists without censure.
Viewers must register and then they will have free access to the large library of independent films for the duration of the festival.
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We’re excited to announce that the 2020 St Kilda Film Festival will take place virtually, with a packed program including Australia’s Top 100 Short Films coming to a couch near you 12-20 June.
From dramas to documentaries, animations to thrillers, Australia's Top 100 Short Films are neatly packaged up into sessions we know you'll love. The 2020 Festival also features a range of special programming including 'Gary Foley: Basically Black', 'Indomie Presents: International Animation Explosion', 'Forming Jane Campion' and much more... there is bound to be something to suit every taste!