A film festival like no other, The Adelaide International Youth Film Festival’s focus is on cultural exchange, discussions about the films and uplifting themes to engage youth audiences beyond entertainment.
Celebrating its inaugural year, the Adelaide International Youth Film Festival (AIYFF) unleashes its full program with an eclectic line-up of more than 90 films representing over 20 countries. All this happens over 5 days at the GU Film House, Adelaide,128 Hindley Street from September 27 – 1 October.
“We are excited to be finally launching the very first Adelaide International Youth Film Festival,” said Artistic Director and CEO Chloe Gardner. “Our inaugural program is sure to excite and bring young people together from differing cultural backgrounds to connect, share stories and exchange ideas.”
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The festival opens on Wednesday 27 September at 10.00am with a jam-packed blue carpet event featuring dynamic and exciting performances from some of Adelaide’s finest performance groups. The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Martin Hease will officially open the festival with the cutting of a red ribbon.
Coinciding with the theme Uplift, the AIYFF program has been specifically curated for three age group tiers, 5-13, 13-18 and 18+. With the plethora of short and feature films on offer at the AIYFF across animation, live-action and documentary, there is sure to be something for everyone.
Workshops will also be offered by AIYFF across the following experiences, Special Effects Makeup, Live Green Screen, Animation and a Virtual Reality booth with the HTC Vive.
After five days of uplifting films and fun, join us as we celebrate the closing of our festival on Sunday 1 October from 6pm at the GU Film House, Adelaide with performances by South Australian’s Sam Hale and Camryn Jordans, both contestants on The Voice Australia and lots more.
The 2017 Adelaide International Film Festival runs 27 September – 1 October at the GU Film House, Adelaide.
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