Join PhotoAccess and the Canberra Short Film Festival (CSFF) for an intriguing and surprising evening program of films exploring the edges of conventional narrative film-making and the intersections of film-making and video art.
CSFF returns for its 26th year in 2021 and for the first time, in partnership with PhotoAccess, has created a brand new festival category, Experimental Film. PhotoAccess invites you to experience the best of this category, the debut screening of a curated collection showcasing new works from around the world. Take a journey into fresh and challenging film-making, with works exploring themes of isolation, separation and connection, the nature of Nature, generational knowledge, love and loss and the surreal possibilities of the imagination.
Drinks, nibbles and seats included, but please feel welcome to bring along some cushions if you want to lounge and stretch out.
Don’t miss the rest of the Canberra Short Film Festival. Featuring contemporary short films, animations, music videos and documentaries from around the world, CSFF 2021 runs from 10 – 25 November at numerous locations. For more information check their website here.
[Feature image: The New World: Variations on Stay-home Activities (video still), 2020, directed by Hong Ning and Zhao Xiaofeng.]
The Experimental Film Mini-Fest starts at 7.45pm, with time for a drink and a chat before screenings commence at 8pm, 25th November, 2021. The program will conclude at around 9.45pm.
Join us in the PhotoAccess Garden Room, Manuka Arts Centre, 30 Manuka Circle, Griffith, 2603 ACT.
Parking is available between the Manuka Arts Centre and the Manuka Pool, or along New South Wales Crescent.