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AFIN International Film Festival 2022 Nominee Screening 2
AFIN International Film Festival 2022 Nominee Screening 2

Sat, 29 Oct


South Brisbane

AFIN International Film Festival 2022 Nominee Screening 2

AFIN is thrilled to be hosting four screening nights at Griffith University's cinema, showcasing some of the best AFIN nominated films for the year.

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Time & Location

29 Oct 2022, 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm AEST

South Brisbane, 226 Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

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ENDVS | Tears Drown Your Grave

Music Video (Australia) - Screening 29th October - Self-rated G content guideNominated for: Best Music Video, Best VFX

After the loss of a loved one dark sentiments can bubble to the surface. How does one detach from their regret? The endless void awaits those who give in to the darker side of their sorrow. Tears Drown Your Grave is a surreal exploration of the effects of loss and the clawing grief that follows.

Painting By Numbers

Animated Film (Australia) - Screening 29th October - Self-Rated PG content guideNominated for: Best Animated Film

When we look at great art, do we realise it is looking back? With eyes that see more clearly than we do?

In a mysterious gallery imbued with strange life, shadows of the past and unresolved futures collide when a child's vision peels away the layers of what we call 'reality'...join a journey through the masterpieces you thought you knew as their hidden souls are finally given a voice.

As layers of contemporary 'reality' are stripped away, art's unseen soul brings a challenge we can neither ignore nor escape. Or can we? Will their message be heard in time?

The door is open. The masters' works await us. Who will enter ?

A Figment Of One's Imagination

Short Film (Australia) - Screening 29th October - Self-rated MA-15+ content guideNominated for: Best Australian Film, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design


A brief story about 2 young boys, one a Jew and the other a Sicilian, who lose their family at war. As they grow up into men they grow a strong hatred for people and the system. They infiltrate into the hierarchy/the system. This short narrative is poetically written, nothing with to much depth in terms of storytelling but more visually orchestrated to the narration. Each shot has a symbolic meaning to the message.


Short Film (Canada) - Screening 29th October - Self-rated M content guideNominated for: Best Live Action Short Film, Best Cinematography, Best Production Design


June is a story about the fragility of life; the primal forces that drive and control us and the mystery of hope and new beginnings. Willow and David receive a serious diagnosis from their doctor and attempt to deal with the mundane as their world disintegrates in the following 24 hours. This one day in June for the couple holds raw despair, unleashing carnal natures but a transcendent occurrence offers them the hope of new life.

Imaginary's Eyes

Short Film (France) - Screening 29th October - Self-Rated G Content GuideNominated for: Best Supporting Actor


Anna a professional photographer who was promoted to a great career, had been selected to participate in a famous photograph festival.

But her dreams were suddenly broken by an eye disease called glaucoma, turning her brightness world into darkness.

Blind and desparate, to get through this awful situation, she was helped by Bruno her loving, devoted, husband and an association called "eyes of imagination" giving her hope and confidence to live her first passion once again.

The Little Drummer Boy

Short Film (United States) - Screening 29th October - Self-Rated M content guide

Nominated for: Best Live Action Short Film, Best Actor, Best Director

​All is not what it seems when a father and son have a violent confrontation on Christmas Eve.

Anima Possession

Short Film (Hong Kong) - Screening - 29th October - Self-rated PG content guideNominated for: Best Actress, Best Student Film, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Film Editing, Best Cinematography, Best Sound, Best VFX, Best Costume Design, Best Production Design, Best Director


A pair of lovers, one of whom is a humanoid, go to a robot repair shop hoping to have their relationship mended by the mechanic.

On his advice, the human owner Jackie agrees to an irreversible upgrade for Tammy, her humanoid soulmate. However, the results are not as expected.

Tammy meets Anima, a fellow humanoid, setting in motion a series of events in a tango between the intangible sense of love, the harsh reality of possession, and the price of independence.

ANIMA POSSESSION is an intricate and delicate short which explores human-on-human, human-on-humanoid, and humanoid-on-humanoid love relationships and what it means to be soulmates.

Green Is The New Black

Feature Documentary (Australia) - Screening 29th October - Self-Rated - M content ratingNominated for: Best Feature Doc, Best Film Editing, Best Original Score, Best Sound


Green Is The New Black is a story of passion and purpose behind an ambitious environmental feat of one of Australia’s leading heavy music acts, In Hearts Wake. Their fiercely loyal following has been forged from their relentless world–touring ethic, passionate ecological advocacy and hard-hitting, melodic-driven music. The band have received four top-5 records, an ARIA nomination for Best Hard Rock album, 110 million digital streams and over 100,000 records sold worldwide. But the more they recorded and toured the planet, the clearer it became: they were unwittingly threatening the very thing they sought to protect. The band vowed to record, release and perform their next album, (Kaliyuga), in a radically new and sustainable way. Green is the New Black is a carbon off-set documentary that captures the twists and turns of the band’s urgent mission to stop at nothing as they face backlash, bushfires and an unprecedented global pandemic.

Through conversation with creatives, experts and professionals such as Damon Gameau (2040, That Sugar Film), Tamara Smith (Greens Member for Parliament), AY Young (United Nations Young Leader), Jess Ducrou (Splendour In The Grass Festival founder), Heidi Lennfer (FEAT Artists), and Luke Logemann (UNFD Records), join In Hearts Wake as they uncover unsettling truths, face human adversity and discover inspiring solutions for a new earth-aligned way forward.

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