CinefestOZ presents free community events and screenings throughout the festival to allow for all!

Film for All

Deadly Kinjarling | Free Community event 

Albany Community Screenings &Amp; Events 1

Friday 19th April I 5:30pm
Albany Town Hall 

Deadly Kinjarling is a celebration of visual storytelling in the heart of Albany! The Town Hall will come alive showcasing and celebrating our region’s creatives with performances, free tasty foods and entertainment. This free event is about connecting, culture and accessing First Nations screen content

Continue the cultural celebrations with us and enjoy a screening of the Deadly Indigenous Short Film Set, screening directly after this free event.

Albany Community Screenings &Amp; Events 2

Saturday 20th April I 10:30am
Albany Town Hall 

Film director and actress Rachel Ward is not the first person you’d expect to join a farming revolution, but she and husband Bryan Brown have had a small farm in coastal New South Wales for over 30 years. Increasingly despairing of the damage that intensive farming has done to the land, Rachel was alerted to an alternative by a friend and neighbour. Together they hatched an exciting plan.

In this triumphant film about the restorative power of land and nature, Rachel voyages from wilful ignorance about the ecological impacts of conventional agriculture on her own rural property, to embracing a movement to restore the health of Australia’s farmland, food and climate.

Albany Community Screenings &Amp; Events 3

Voice Prints


Albany voiceprints are audio visual recordings bringing life to local tales narrated by Albany locals. Enjoy this step back in time featuring original film footage, photos and music with two stories from the series.

Albany Community Screenings &Amp; Events 4

Cinesnaps Great Southern 2023 Shorts


Catch a glimpse of the next generation of local filmmakers. Don’t miss this screening of the finalists of the Cinesnaps Short Film Competition from the Great Southern Region.

These screenings are followed directly by a screening of Rachel’s Farm.