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Eleven Australian films selected for Edinburgh

Eleven Australian films selected for Edinburgh Film Festival

The acclaimed Australian feature films Rabbit Proof Fence and Australian Rules have been selected to screen at the Edinburgh Film Festival, one of Europe's most respected film events.

Rabbit Proof Fence will screen in the Gala section and Australian Rules in the Rosebud section.

A further nine shorts, animations and documentaries have also been selected:
Pa, Murbah Swamp Beer, Murmur, Ada, Dad's Clock, Small Town, The Arsonist's Riddle, Half Sister and Beach Story.

The Edinburgh Film Festival runs from 14-25 August 2002.

Australian Film Commission

12 July 2002

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