Secondary 7 – 12

Thursday 29th October

Adelaide Studios, Glenside

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Session Three – 1:00pm-2:20pm BOOK HERE

Grandfather runtime: 3’52” (SA, Australia)

Year 10 Pembroke School

 

 

 

 

Retrouvailles (Reunion) runtime: 3′ 00″ (SA, Australia)

Ali Ranjbar-Vaziri – Glenunga High

Two lovers, find out that same sex marriage has been legalised. They embark on a journey to find each other. At the end a mutual agreement is reached to marry one another.

 

 

Me And My Moulton runtime: 11′ 47″ (Canada)

Torill Kove

*An Oscar nominated short film about a seven-year-old girl asks her hopelessly unconventional parents for a bicycle. But what kind of bike can you expect from a father who sports the only moustache in town and a mother who makes dresses out of curtain fabric?

 

Perfect Strangers runtime: 5′ 14″ (SA, Australia)

Mika Efrat & Caed Scott

A documentary film discussing the Craigslist subsection ‘Missed Connections’.

 

 

 

Love runtime: 2′ 34″ (SA, Australia)

Morgon Moroney & Sarah Odell

A short documentary posing the question – ‘What does Love really mean?’ We interviewed the public, our family and friends to try and determine the answer.

 

 

Kurayami No Wa runtime: 10’15” (Canada)

Morgana McKenzie

When Halloween is hijacked by a Japanese doomsday cult, a girl and her siblings are forced to flee into the harsh conditions of winter.

 

 

What if?… runtime: 2’34” (Romania)

Gabor Balazs

A complete love story, from the happiest moments until the total disappointment, collapse and finally the eternal solace.

 

 

Class Camp Connections runtime: 5′ 29″ (SA, Australia)

Kaicey Fukuda, Oskar Watkins &  Finn Mellor

A music video/vlog/documentary about a group of students experiencing the culture and land of the Australian Indigenous people.

 

 

A Second Chance runtime: 6’20” (SA, Australia)

Capture The Action

A film about cyber bullying and a difficult choice that needs to be made.

 

 

 

Lucid runtime: 2’35” (Vietnam)

Daghan Dalgic

An artist’s struggle in everyday life begins to affect her psychologically.

 

 

 

Chance runtime: 3′ 01″ (SA, Australia)

Marie Thong

Fate brings two strangers together but before they can seize their chance, life pulls them apart. A mysterious locket accidentally left behind may be the only thing he has to finding her.

 

 

Seventh Heaven runtime: 10′ 30″ (Israel)

Or Tilinger

Somewhere on faraway China, on a huge rock forest, living on the edge of a cliff, a shepherd named Jasio with his sheep. One day they find themselves stuck, Jasio will do everything to return home, but will he leave his sheep behind and choose to return home without them?

 

Last Time runtime: 5′ 34″ (Egypt)

Islam Belal

Three people meet by destiny for the first time, every one of them has a special story which cannot be forgotten.

 

 

Looking Up: Sami Stoner & Chloe runtime: 5′ 00″ (USA)

Brittney Lybarger

Sami Stoner was diagnosed with Stargardt’s disease when she was thirteen years old. Through interviews, old photographs, and modern photography, this five-minute documentary describes the challenges of being legally blind and how Sami has adapted to live out her dreams.

 

Q&A Session with legendary Cinematographer Ernie Clark 

 

Friday 30th October

Adelaide College of the Arts, Light Square, Adelaide

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Session One – 10:00am-12:30pm BOOK HERE

The Other Girl runtime: 3’04” (UK)

Lydiard Park Academy

Bobbie goes to drop off some half finished homework, rehearsing her excuse on the way but her homework is already there, complete and with an A. She begins to notice that everywhere she goes, another girl is just ahead of her.

 

Shoe Knows? runtime: 8′ 35″ (Croatia)

Leo Vitasovic, Nicolas Ahlin, Juliette El Kadiri & Eric Poupounot

A story about the shoes hanging on wires in the city of Ljubljana.

 

 

 

Hollywood Sucks runtime: 4′ 00″ (Canada)

Funmi Adetola

A young filmmaker pitches a new film, but a studio wants to make it suck for profit.

 

 

 

Kurayami No Wa runtime: 10’15” (Canada)

Morgana McKenzie

When Halloween is hijacked by a Japanese doomsday cult, a girl and her siblings are forced to flee into the harsh conditions of winter.

 

 

The Boy Who Stayed In runtime: 2′ 40″ (UK)

Westfield Arts College

Steve is scared of the world. He views the world through his letterbox. Summer sees Steve looking out. She tries to tempt him to leave the house. In the end, she rounds up neighbours and people from the community to convince Steve that the world may not be so bad.

 

Effect runtime: 2′ 00″ (SA, Australia)

Kate Crowley – Wilderness School

Our film focuses on connections through the form of a Goldberg machine, to represent that every single piece is connected.

 

 

Alone? runtime: 5’38” (SA, Australia)

Finn Mellor & Kaicey Fukuda

Ever had a feeling you are being watched, or stranger still, watching yourself?  A 13 year old boy is struggling to connect to himself. This, along with his many insecurities, somehow transports him to a universe where time is mysteriously looped.

 

Find Your Strength runtime: 1′ 37″ (SA, Australia)

Olivia, Emma, Lucy, Emilie – Wilderness School

This film shows four athletes showcasing their skill and talent in their chosen sport.

 

 

 

The Case Of The Missing Pen runtime: 3’26” (UK)

Linton Village College

Dick Lavelle is about to sit his Media Studies exam, only to discover his pen is not in his pencil case. Could the glamorous Evelyn give Dick the answers he’s looking for, or is he merely a pawn in a much bigger game?

 

 

Permission To Dream runtime: 11’29” (Netherlands)

Caroline Keman & Paula Vonhof

Fayaz fled Afghanistan together with his mother. While his life as an asylum seeker is insecure, he is determined: he will become an animal caretaker.

 

 

Lost & Found runtime: 7′ 20″ (SA, Australia)

Holly Winter

Following the journey of lost sunglasses, coincidence, first meetings and the role of destiny in our seemingly ordinary lives.

 

 

On (He) runtime: 6′ 18″ (Croatia)

Neno Barovic 

“He” is a very weird young boy who is not very attached to society. His friends are talking about his past life. They have different opinions, some say that he has problems in family, others say that he was adopted in a gay family.

 

 

Save runtime: 5’35” (USA)

Emnet Mulugeta

A young girl, passionate about football, and a shopkeeper living in remote village in the desert of Eritrea, on the east coast of Africa. It’s a film about harsh reality, dreams and the blurred line between the two seen thru the eyes of a 6 year old.

 

Reveille runtime: 6′ 39″ (SA, AUSTRALIA)

Year 12 Pembroke School

 

 

 

 

Teens in GiffoniQ&A Session with the 2015 AKFF Ambassadors

Ingrid, Eva and Charlie

Represented Australia in Italy at the Giffoni Film Festival

 

 

 

Session Two – 12:30pm-2:00pm BOOK HERE

Sky High runtime: 2’00” (UK)

Stewart Powers

The story follows a young girl, passionate about football, and a shopkeeper living in remote village in the desert of Eritrea, on the east coast of Africa. It’s a film about harsh reality, dreams and the blurred line between the two seen thru the eyes of a 6 year old.

 

Love Letters runtime: 2′ 06″ (QLD, Australia)

Oliver  Marsden

A man is reminiscing of memories of his wife.

 

 

 

Fire In Our Hearts runtime: 28’00” (India)

Jayshree Janu Kharpade – BYkids

Jayshree Janu Kharpade is a 16 year old girl in India. In this movie she illuminates the immense social and economic potential of educating girls in the developing world.

 

 

We All Go The Same runtime: 3′ 45″ (Canada)

Morgana McKenzie

In the timeless world of fairy tales, villains and victims are visited by a vengeful fairy who offers to shift the balance of power.

 

 

 

One Step runtime: 5′ 00″ (USA)

Calla Kelley-Renda

A film about the struggles of growing up and the acceptance of change.

 

 

 

Sudden Revenge runtime: 4′ 51″ (SA, Australia)

Annabel Sandow – Wilderness School

When a student is bullied, she decides to take revenge by stalking the perpetrators whilst in disguise. When they discover who the stalker is, they all laugh at their own bad behaviour.

 

 

Coping runtime: 8’21” (UK)

Jess O’Brien

Ruby witnesses the death of two of her close friends, Archie and Sophie. She struggles to come to terms with the loss as she blames herself for their deaths. Archie and Sophie appear before Ruby, they seem to want to tell her something but what could it be?

 

 

Standing Up For Yourself runtime: 7′ 30″ (USA)

Ryan Cass

A kid gets picked on at school and when it happens the next day he has none of it.

 

 

 

Pawn Stars runtime: 3′ 45″ (Wales)

Joseph Raynes

A short documentary about one man’s love of the game.

 

 

 

Conscription runtime: 3’07” (USA)

Nick Ramey

a young Japanese boy is fully dressed in a WWII American uniform, which plays on his irony. He is brought through the timeline of his life through a metaphorical elevator ride, his destination only to be seen in person

 

 

Newsreel (Hedgehog) runtime: 2’00” (Russian Federation)

Yurii Ermyakov

Funny and instructive stories for young people

 

 

 

Alright on the Night runtime: 3′ 38″ (SA, Australia)

Hannah, Kimberley, Isabel, Airlie – Wilderness School

A film that focuses on the efforts behind the Wilderness Music Concert. Showing what goes on behind the scenes and the dedication to music. Starring Hannah Barnes and Sophie Nery as they talk about their passion towards music.

 

 

 

Perfect Strangers runtime: 5′ 14″ (SA, Australia)

Mika Efrat & Caed Scott

A documentary film discussing the Craigslist subsection ‘Missed Connections’.

 

 

 

A New Start runtime: 2′ 54″ (UK)

Ollie Ley

Imagine every sketchbook represents different worlds with different backgrounds, cultures, families. What happens when 2 young sketchbook characters are unhappy and want a change?

 

Tortoise  runtime: 00″29″ (USA)

Emily Pan

A lonely tortoise goes out looking for love, but he encounters a scary surprise!

 

 

 

Parkour runtime: 7’11” (SA, Australia)

Martin and Owen – Black Friars School

A Documentary about the South Australian Parkour Association.

 

 

Q&A Session with legendary Filmmaker Kirsty Stark.

 

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