As part of Flinders University’s major partner sponsorship of the Adelaide Film Festival, we have a selection of free tickets available for Flinders alumni.
The Adelaide Film Festival celebrates the moving image – the ideas and artists that animate the multiple screens in our lives, and this year’s theme is screen worship. The 2013 festival features numerous world premieres, representation from 48 countries, 53 Australian films and 34 films from South Australia. The festival runs between 10 and 20 October.
Limited free tickets are available to the following films:
The Search for Emak Bakia (Thursday 17 October, 7:15pm)
Particle Fever (Friday 18 October, 2:45pm)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to have the opportunity to see these films for free! Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis with a maximum of two tickets per alumnus.
Flinders alumni also have the opportunity to receive a 20% discount when booking any Festival movie except for opening night and special events. To access this special offer simply use the promotional code FLINDERSSP when purchasing tickets.
This year’s recipient of the 2013 Don Dunstan Award is one of Australia’s most respected filmmakers, Scott Hicks – also a Flinders University alumnus. Flinders University is the sponsor of the Adelaide Film Festival’s first ever Documentary Award, with finalists competing for a $10,000 cash prize.
You also have an opportunity to see the Adelaide Festival of Ideas on us
The eighth Festival of Ideas is the first to coincide with the Adelaide Film Festival in the new Spring festive season.
Limited free tickets are available to:
- The opening night event featuring Professor Paul Davies (17 October, 6.30pm)
- Battle of the Ideas hosted by Julian Morrow (19 October, 6pm)
- The closing night event featuring Don Watson (20 October, 5pm)
Tickets for these sessions are normally valued between $20 and $35. Email email@example.com now.
The Adelaide Festival of Ideas takes place 17-20 October 2013.