Adelaide International Film Festival


The biennial AIFF (Australia) presents feature films, documentaries, shorts, new media, music video, animation, computer gaming, installation and live performance in its innovative program.

Established in June 2002 by the Premier of South Australia the Hon Mike Rann, and winner of the 2007 IF Award for Best Film Festival, the biennial Adelaide Film Festival is an eleven day celebration of the moving image in all its manifestations - from cinema to galleries, from mobile phones to on line., the boutique AFF explores contemporary screen culture through its innovative program and partnerships.


Hungarian films at the festival

2013 - Le Grand Cahier
2011 - Tender Son - The Frankenstein Project
2005 - Kontroll
2003 - Hukkle
1999 - A Hungarian Romeo and Juliet
0 - On Death Row

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