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Far South Film Festival submissions for 2023 opening soon for regional, rural and remote film makers in Australia.
Get filming and editing people! Like this page to stay informed about key festival dates.
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Far South Film Festival submissions for 2023 opening soon for regional, rural and remote film makers in Australia. 
Get filming and editing people! Like this page to stay informed about key festival dates.

Congratulations to Tom Zubrycki and John Hughes on their film Senses of Cinema, having its first regional screening last night (Dec 9) at the Narooma Kinema. Presented by Far South Film in association with Antidote Films and Narooma Kinema. The audience enjoyed bubbles and nibbles on arrival, followed by the insightful and thought provoking film, charting the cultural life of late 20th century Australia through the story of the rise of the Filmmaker's Co-operatives in Sydney and Melbourne and the societal changing influences of the filmmakers involved. A lively Q&A after the screening invoked much discussion and reflection.
Pic 1 - Tom Zubrycki, Producer/Director, Far South Film Members - Isabel Darling and Marna Smith, Narooma Kinema - Projectionist Chris and Manager Jade Griffiths.
Pic 2 - Q&A panel - Martha Ansarra, Susan Lambert moderating, Tom Zubrycki.
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Congratulations to Tom Zubrycki and John Hughes on their film Senses of Cinema, having its first regional screening last night (Dec 9) at the Narooma Kinema. Presented by Far South Film in association with Antidote Films and Narooma Kinema. The audience enjoyed bubbles and nibbles on arrival, followed by the insightful and thought provoking film, charting the cultural life of late 20th century Australia through the story of the rise of the Filmmakers Co-operatives in Sydney and Melbourne and the societal changing influences of the filmmakers involved. A lively Q&A after the screening invoked much discussion and reflection.
Pic 1 - Tom Zubrycki, Producer/Director, Far South Film Members - Isabel Darling and Marna Smith, Narooma Kinema - Projectionist Chris and Manager Jade Griffiths.
Pic 2 - Q&A panel - Martha Ansarra, Susan Lambert moderating, Tom Zubrycki.Image attachment

Stuck for a gift this Christmas? Far South Film Festival T shirts are reduced from $30 to just $23 until the end of December! Pick up one for summer plus one for a friend - proceeds go to supporting our 2023 festival (Discount will be applied automatically on checkout). Don't forget to add postage if you want it mailed to you. Free delivery between Eden and Tura Beach. Order from:
www.trybooking.com/BTIKS
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Stuck for a gift this Christmas? Far South Film Festival T shirts are reduced from $30 to just $23 until the end of December! Pick up one for summer plus one for a friend - proceeds go to supporting our 2023 festival (Discount will be applied automatically on checkout). Dont forget to add postage if you want it mailed to you. Free delivery between Eden and Tura Beach. Order from:
https://www.trybooking.com/BTIKS

Join us at the ‘Senses of Cinema’ Screening.
Narooma Kinema
Friday 9 Dec
6pm for bubbles and nibbles for 6.30pm start.
Q&A with Directors & Producers Tom Zubrycki and John Hughes
Many of Australia’s most celebrated independent filmmakers began their creative lives in the Filmmakers Co-ops. Dedicated, energetic and young filmmakers, like Jan Chapman, Gillian Armstrong and Phillip Noyce, fondly acknowledge the formative influence that was the Sydney Filmmaker’s Co-op. The Co-op’s stories and films are vibrant, surprising and essential to Australian cultural history.
It's time to tell their tale - in ‘Senses of Cinema’

Supported by Far South Film Inc.

#Southcoastnsw #ruralroom #begavalleymarketplace #raisingfilms #artlink_magazine #australianscreenforum #screen_producer #southeastarts #contentcreatives #contentcreators #begavalleyshire #regionalfilms #regionalarts #naroomakinema #filmsnarooma #sensesofcinemascreening #historyoffilmmaking #australiancinema #australianfilmmaking #australianfilms
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Join us at the ‘Senses of Cinema’ Screening. 
Narooma Kinema
Friday 9 Dec  
 6pm for bubbles and nibbles for 6.30pm start.
Q&A with Directors & Producers Tom Zubrycki and John Hughes
Many of Australia’s most celebrated independent filmmakers began their creative lives in the Filmmakers Co-ops. Dedicated, energetic and young filmmakers, like Jan Chapman, Gillian Armstrong and Phillip Noyce, fondly acknowledge the formative influence that was the Sydney Filmmaker’s Co-op. The Co-op’s stories and films are vibrant, surprising and essential to Australian cultural history.
Its time to tell their tale -  in ‘Senses of Cinema’ 

Supported by Far South Film Inc. 

#Southcoastnsw #ruralroom #begavalleymarketplace #raisingfilms #artlink_magazine #australianscreenforum #screen_producer #southeastarts #contentcreatives #contentcreators #begavalleyshire #regionalfilms #regionalarts #naroomakinema #filmsnarooma #sensesofcinemascreening #historyoffilmmaking #australiancinema #australianfilmmaking #australianfilms

Hi film makers!
Time to start thinking about what you will submit to our 2023 Far South Film Festival. Don't leave it until the last minute! Entries will open early in 2023.
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Photo by Cojanu Alexandru: www.pexels.com/photo/portrait-of-woman-in-red-coat-making-rectangular-frame-with-fingers-9984436/
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Hi film makers!
Time to start thinking about what you will submit to our 2023 Far South Film Festival. Dont leave it until the last minute! Entries will open early in 2023.
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Photo by Cojanu Alexandru: https://www.pexels.com/photo/portrait-of-woman-in-red-coat-making-rectangular-frame-with-fingers-9984436/

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Southland Creative Inc. Get into this young film makers

The People have spoken! The winner of the $500 People's Choice Award for the 2022 Far South Film Festival is ...
THE DO'S AND DON'TS OF GETTING MARRIED
having received a whopping 55% of the votes from ticket buyers.
Congratulations to Director Karen Jackson and the ARC Disability Services Inc. Ensemble from Cairns QLD - you rock!
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The People have spoken! The winner of the $500 Peoples Choice Award for the 2022 Far South Film Festival is ... 
THE DOS AND DONTS OF GETTING MARRIED 
having received a whopping 55% of the votes from ticket buyers. 
Congratulations to Director Karen Jackson and the ARC Disability Services Inc. Ensemble from Cairns QLD - you rock!

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This is just extraordinary news! Beyond thrilled! Thanking you Far South Film Festival & audiences 🙏🙏🙏

Wow how great is that. Congratulations to you all 🎭

Absolutely fantastic Congratulations to all 🌟🌟💖💖👏👏

Fabulous! Enjoyed it so much

Joy Nomani 🤩

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