Adelaide Film Festival

10 – 20 October 2013

Robyn Davidson leading her camels in the Central Australian desert

The University of South Australia is a Supporting Partner of the Adelaide Film Festival
and Adelaide Festival of Ideas.

The Adelaide Film Festival celebrates the moving image - the ideas and artists that animate
the multiple screens in our lives. Every two years, over 11 days, you can immerse yourself in
feature films, documentaries, shorts, animations and new media works - in cinemas,
galleries and on the city streets.

This festival will allow you to travel the globe from your cinema seat.

Discounted shows for UniSA Alumni

As part of this partnership, University of South Australia alumni receive a 20% discount on all Adelaide Film Festival shows. To enjoy your discount, follow the booking instructions on the Adelaide Film Festival website and enter the discount code UNISASP when making the purchase.

View the full Adelaide Film Festival program 

This offer is also open to current staff and students.

UniSA's Festival Events

The Samstag Museum proudly presents an exhibition and commission by internationally acclaimed Australian-based video artist, Daniel Crooks.

One of Australia’s most exciting contemporary artists, Daniel Crooks bends time and space through the medium of video, presenting art that moves us into new realities. Experience time as a physical entity in the premiere of his new site-specific commission, presented alongside selected key works from his oeuvre. For more information visit the Samstag exhibition website.

The Hawke Centre will host a number of thought provoking discussion sessions including an Australian Premier of the film Beatriz’s War, East Timor’s first feature film, along with in-depth discussion session on Beatriz’s War. These details are now available on the Hawke Centre website.

The Adelaide Festival of Ideas: 17 – 20 October 2013

Running concurrently with the Adelaide Film Festival, the Adelaide Festival of Ideas features a range of talks and panel discussions with national and international speakers who explore global themes. This year the festival will feature World-renowned physicist, cosmologist and author Paul Davies who will present his lecture 'Ideas Whose Time Has Come: From Cosmology To Cancer'.

Areas of study and research

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