Home Brewed Film Festival Program

The program for the 2004 edition of the Home Brewed Film Festival in Wollongong has been announced.
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FilmInk Feature Film Screenings – Greater Union Wollongong
(All sessions are double features)

Tuesday 26 October from 7pm

Special Short Film Screening
Stranger so Familiar (Australia, 17mins)

Selected Feature Film
Converging With Angels (United States, 154mins)
An accredited “Dogme95” film that explores the mysteries of human relationships.

Wednesday 27 October from 7pm

Selected Feature Film
Hostage to Fate (Australia, 88 mins)

Hollywood Classic Screening
Silence of the Lambs (118mins, Jodie Foster & Anthony Hopkins)

Thursday 28 October from 7pm

Special Feature Film Screening
Watermark (Australia, 75mins, shot in Illawarra)
A man’s memory of his first love haunts his present day life with his wife & daughter.

Hollywood Classic Screening
Annie Hall (89mins, Woody Allen & Diane Keaton)

Friday 29 October from 7pm

Selected Feature Film
The Garth Method (Australia, 85 mins)

Hollywood Classic Screening
The Princess Bride (98mins, Robin Wright (-Penn), Cary Elwes)

Home Brewed Filmmaking Seminar – University of Wollongong, Theatre 67.107

Saturday 30 October 10am – 6pm

10am CAREERS IN TV
David Mason
Executive Director The Mole Series 1-3 and Who Dares Wins

11am GETTING INTO FILM SCHOOL
Peter Templeman
Directing Student AFTRS

12pm AFC FUNDING
Julia Overton
Australian Film Commission

1.45pm CINEMATOGRAPHY
Peter James
Director of Photography DRIVING MISS DAISY, MEET THE PARENTS

2.45pm SCREENWRITING – Selling Your First Screenplay
Anthony O’Connor
Screenwriter ANGST (2000)

4pm ACTING: GETTING AN AGENT
Fleur Griffin

5pm THE CANNES EXPERIENCE
Kerry Rock & Georgina Willis
Producer & Director WATERMARK (2003)
Shot in Wollongong, the privately financed WATERMARK screened in Cannes in 2003

Short Films – Greater Union Wollongong

Saturday 30 October 7pm – 9.15pm
Home Brewed International Short Film Finalists
15-20 of the best short films (under 10 minutes) from around the Illawarra, Australia and the World, vying for over $8,000 in cash, including $6,000 for Best Short Film. Entries close 17 September.

Saturday 30 October 9.30pm
Home Brewed International Awards Party
The Illawarra Hotel, Wollongong

For further information on the festival including securing tickets, please go to www.homebrewedfilm.com

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