Special Preview Screening of
Come join Down Under Berlin as we host this special advanced screening of Berlin Syndrome ahead of its German cinema release at MovieMento Kino!
We can think of no better way to celebrate Australian film than previewing a film by an Australian, shot in Berlin and Australia and starring Australian and German actors. It’s basically the perfect DUB film, plus it’s a thriller so bound to be quite an exciting evening.
Director: Cate Shortland
Starring: Teresa Palmer, Max Riemelt, Matthias Habich
You might think we’re hybernating
…but actually we are busy plotting plans!
While we are still in the process of wrapping up our 6th festival (see below) we are already brewing up new ideas. In the meantime, we suggest you head over to our YouTube channel – we have just recently uploaded a number of interviews and Q&A sessions with our 2016 filmmakers. Our 2016 playlist certainly is a great place to start if you want to know more about independent filmmaking Down Under!
Thank you for a great 6th festival
Wed, 14 – 18 September 2016 – Aussie & New Zealand Film & Events – Moviemento Kino
We did it! We have just finished our 6th festival edition. Another five days packed with amazing shorts, documentaries, great indie features but also some hits – the German premiere of Wilderpeople…. need we say any more… – lie behind us. It’s been phenomenal with several sessions sold out, fantastic filmmakers in attendance and an overall rise in audience numbers.
A night of Aussie & Kiwi shorts
Fr, 12 August 2016 – A selection of Down Under Berlin 2015 short films – Mexico
Operación Kino invited audiences in Mexico to enjoy a sample of short films from Down Under Berlin 2015! The event was an excellent opportunity for moviegoers to find out more about the style and some of the recurrent themes that make up the film production in Australia and New Zealand. The program which was curated by Alan McLane Alejo was followed by a discussion.
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