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Clare Valley Film Festival: Special Edition 30th May 2015



The Clare Valley Film Festival very proudly presents our Special Edition. At its center is the educational film project Asha, written by Emmy Award winner Rob George and directed by the dynamic Dan Bradley our Education coordinator. There were lots of opportunities to get involved on both sides of the camera, so it’s very much a community event. To complete the programme, we have the multi award winning, Jonah, an official selection for Sundance Film Festival. Plus two films from partner festivals, Omul from The European Short Film Festival, Paris and Lullaby of the Butterfly winner of Best National Film + Best Cinematography, International Short Film Festival Cyprus.

Asha Australia

Director Dan Bradley Writer Rob George

Looking for a new life, Asha moves to a small country town where she begins to give dance classes.


Lullaby Of The Butterfly Cyprus

International Short Film Festival Cyprus

Director Tonia Mishiali

Following a mysterious phone call, a woman grabs a kitchen knife and sets out on a journey to an unknown destination, leaving ‘her life’ behind.


Inch’Allah Mexico

Director Angélica Romanini

Said, a Young Moroccan working in a hotel in Mexico City fights, against the loneliness and segregation of his immigrant condition.


Omul (Human) Germany

The European Short Film Festival

Director Brigitte Drodtloff

A man wants to make presents - just like that. People can’t handle it - why...?

Jonah UK

Official Selection Sundance Film Festival

Director Kibwe Tavares

Mbwana and his best friend Juma are two young men with big dreams. These dreams become reality when they photograph a gigantic fish leaping out of the sea.

How to Host My Murder Australia

Director Lochie Smith


Unrequited Australia

Director Ruby Swan


Sweets Can Kill Australia

Director Dan Bradley & Asha Mentor Program Attendees

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