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Tropfest returns to Sbs 2

5 November 2014 4:19 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Tropfest 2014 will screen on Sbs 2 on Sunday December 7 and will be streamed worldwide by Sbs Online. Tropfest aficionado Adam Spencer and The Feed and Movie Mayhem.s Marc Fennell return as the hosts joined by The Feed's. reporter Jeannette Francis. .Mirror. is this year's Tropfest signature item. Sbs 2 will showcase the 16 finalist films as well as exclusive interviews with celebrity and industry judges and filmmakers..

Sbs Online will live stream the broadcast at sbs.com.au/tropfest, making Tropfest available everywhere in the world. Since its creation by John Polson at. a café in Darlinghurst 22 years ago, Tropfest has evolved to become a feature on the national event calendar.

Each year it attracts huge crowds in Sydney as well as hosting live screenings in Melbourne, Canberra, Perth, Brisbane, Hobart, Adelaide and Surfers Paradise.

More than 600 aspiring filmmakers have entered their short films for Tropfest 2014 and the 16 finalists will be announced next week. »

- Staff writer

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Female lead for Matt Saville dramedy

12 October 2014 2:46 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Justine Clarke will play the female lead in A Month of Sundays, director Matt Saville.s follow-up to Felony.

Anthony Lapaglia will star as Frank Mollard, a real estate agent whose life takes an unexpected turn when he receives a call from his dead mother, sending him on a journey of redemption.

Clarke, whose film credits include Healing and the upcoming Maya the Bee Movie, will play Frank.s estranged wife. Saville wrote the screenplay, inspired by his family.s experiences. Screen Australia is co-funding the project, the first narrative feature from Madman Productions.

The producers are Nick Batzias and Kirsty Stark. Voltage Pictures is handling international sales. Stark and Batzias collaborated on the webseries Wastelander Panda commissioned by ABC iview.

Kenny.s Clayton Jacobson is attached to direct Don't Tell Mum I Work on the Rigs, a film adapted from the popular novels and diaries of former oil rigger »

- Don Groves

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