24 July

Wild on Film: Landscape is the Film Star

Wild on Film: Landscape is the Film Star

Millions of travellers head down under each year to sample the wild natural beauty of Australia and New Zealand. Marketing and advertising campaigns are all well and good, the respective tourism industries have long been beneficiaries of films that inspire audiences to make the long trip down to the bottom corner of the world.

22 June

Kate Gorman, director of The Face of Birth – our next event screening

Kate Gorman, director of The Face of Birth – our next event screening

The next screening is the Australian birth documentary The Face Of Birth by Kate Gorman and Gavin Banks. This film is hitting all the right notes at the moment because the issues that have been felt in Australia in the last few years, regarding indemnity insurance for midwives attending home births, is also one felt in the midwifery profession in Germany.

28 March

DUB film submissions have closed!!!

DUB film submissions have closed!!!

Attention all Aussie and New Zealand filmmakers! The Down Under Berlin Film Festival returns from 13-17 September 2017 to Kino Moviemento and submission are open! Have you submitted your film to the 7th DUB Festival yet?

2 August

Supporting Independent Australian film

Supporting Independent Australian film

Not considered a classic ‘blockbuster’ they may have a small release and short season in the smaller scale cinemas around the country, but, independent film in Australia is often the only way many Australian films get made.

19 July

’10 Questions with…’ Down Under Berlin’s Frances Hill

’10 Questions with…’ Down Under Berlin’s Frances Hill

To run a week long festival in a foreign country to your own, is not an easy feat. It takes passion, dedication and drive, a bit of movie know-how, a good team, and a sense of humour doesn’t hurt. The next in our series of “10 questions with…”, we ask DUB master and chief, Frances Hill, a few questions to get to know her a little better.

28 June

Australian Filmmakers in Berlin – Can you make it?

Australian Filmmakers in Berlin – Can you make it?

Whether you be director, writer, cameraman, sound recorder or editor, it’s hard enough in Australia to break into the filmmaking business. If you’re not living the dream you expected, well, enough of the dream to quit your job waiting tables, many people head overseas to try to work there. Hollywood, London…..Berlin?