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Free Tickets to International Festival of Cinema and Technology

The International Festival of Cinema and Technology will be holding two independent film festival events this month which are both free of charge. For tickets, just email dmin@ifct.org">admin@ifct.org including attendee names, and which city you plan to attend. You will receive a confirmation that your tickets are reserved. The IFCT Brisbane and Sydney events are part of the IFCT 2004 World Tour which is also taking place in London, Orlando, New York, and Toronto. Please visit www.ifct-tour.org/australia.htm for more information on both city's film line-ups and screening schedules. Films participating in the festival originate from around the world and represent "truly independent cinema."

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CHRIS WELSBY > Film Program Thursday 8 April @ ARTSPACE

Chris Welsby has been making and exhibiting work since 1969. His films and film/video installations have been exhibited internationally, at major galleries in UK, Canada, & USA. Welsby is currently working on a series of interactive video installations entitled The Water Cycle. Lost Lake, the first of the series, was funded by the Canada Council for the Arts and exhibited at the Western Front Gallery Vancouver in May 1999. Tide Line, the second of the series, was commissioned by the Tate Gallery, UK and has since been exhibited at the Tate Gallery St Ives and the Tate gallery Liverpool. Down Stream is the third project in the series and is currently at the post production stage of development. Read more for screening details or visit http://www.sfu.ca/~welsby

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C A M E R A O B S C U R A - film + video screenings

camera obscura returns on Monday 1 March 2004 with another series of screenings of interesting and experimental screen works. http://obscura.lanfranchis.com

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ARTV present 3 nights of film screenings NEWCASTLE

On the weekend of the 21st 22nd and 23rd November Activelyradical TV will be holding a series of film screenings at the Pod (TPI House - 231 King St) to help with production costs for "Beyond the Factory Walls" a unique multimedia theatre collaboration with an Indonesian factory workers theatre company from Feb to May 2004. Friday, 21st November 7:30pm : Resolutionary Television (SpaceLab/SkaTV)

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Popcorn Taxi - Watch the films, Meet their makers!

Wednesday October 29th - 7:30 pm : MULTI AWARD WINNING FILM EDITOR JILL BILCOCK ASE, one of the creative forces behind the BAZ LUHRMANN "Red Curtain Trilogy" STRICTLY BALLROOM, ROMEO + JULIET and MOULIN ROUGE, plus ROAD TO PERDITION, THE DISH, MURIEL'S WEDDING, EVIL ANGELS, HEAD ON, ELIZABETH and most recently JAPANESE STORY. http://www.popcorntaxi.com.au

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