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LiM and SULM AACTA screening dates announced

AACTA have released screening dates for both Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure and Life in Movement leading up to the 2011 AACTA Awards (formerly AFI Awards).

 

In Melbourne the films are being screened at Cinema Nova - Life in Movement on Tuesday 18th October at 8:30pm, and Shut Up little Man! on Wednesday 19th October at 6:30pm.

 

In Sydney the venue is Hoyts EQ - Life in Movement is on Friday 4th November at 9pm, and Shut Up Little Man on 6th November at 6:45pm.

 

The AACTA screenings for Life in Movement are only open to AFI/AACTA members.

52 Tuesdays - 8 weeks in!

52 Tuesdays is now 8 weeks into shooting, and there have been loads of favours from businesses and people across Adelaide. Check out the 52 Favours page to see the businesses who have been helping with this unique project.

 

Also, follow our progress on the 52 Tuesdays Facebook page.

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