7 PM - 10 PM Friday 13 April 2018
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We premiere Who’s a Fly Bird?, the winning entry in the SCCI/AFTRS Future of Fashion short film competition, judged by Dr Sherman, AFTRS CEO Neil Peplow and Oscar winning film producer Emile Sherman. Neil, Emile and the filmmakers Bianca Tomchin (co-director and costume designer), Mathew Harvey (co-director) and Steph Bosnic (producer) introduce the film and discuss their influences, while Jack Atherton (Producer and Director) and Andre Shannon (Producer and Director) of The Future of Fashion is Queer (in VR) will facilitate a unique VR film experience.
7:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Short 18 mins
A quirky short about an unlikely and bizarre Mexican craze.
Manolo Blahnik: The Boy Who Made Shoes For Lizards
Feature 89 mins
Director Michael Roberts
Australian Cinematographer Nicola Daley
Roberts' imaginative and intimate portrait of his friend and renowned luxury shoe designer features a cast of celebrities and a who’s who of the fashion world.
Trailer is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlzVl98HKvU
Dr Gene Sherman hosts post-screening drinks and nibbles at the Chauvel Cinema.
Paid event $25. Includes drinks and nibbles. Please book via Eventbrite.
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Rod Freedman is an independent producer and director whose works have won many Australian and international awards and screened in dozens of international film festivals. Since 1998, Freedman and his partner have run Change Focus Media, producing documentaries, educational, training and promotional programs. Freedman is particularly interested in stories about the individual and their life’s journeys. His most recent productions are Once My Mother and Uncle Chatzkel. Freedman appears in:
As well as working in the film industry on three continents and across all genres, including as Australian producer on the Wim Wenders film Until the End of the World (1990), Overton spent ten years in Australia’s national screen funding agencies as a development and investment executive. Since leaving Screen Australia, Julia has been working as Producer, Executive Producer, Mentor Producer and Market Place Consultant, and external assessor for government agencies in Australia and New Zealand. Overton is a long-time supporter of the emerging filmmaker sector. Overton appears in: