The Best of DomeFest

Presented by ANAT & the 2009 BigPond® Adelaide Film Festiva

Over four evenings we will be screening works from DomeFest, the international festival and competition for works produced for full-dome environments. Curated and introduced by special guest, DomeFest founder and director, David Beining, The Best of DomeFest showcases the most innovative and exciting works submitted to the Albuqurque-based festival over the past seven years.

Art Exhibition previously on in Adelaide precinct, South Australia, Australia.
From Wednesday 25 February 2009 to Sunday 01 March 2009

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An unmissable highlight of the 2009 BigPond Adelaide Film Festival will be THE DOME PROJECT presented by the Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT). This unique program showcases films created for full-dome environments, a new and powerful digital medium that provides large-format immersive experiences presented on the hemispheric screens of both fixed and portable planetariums.

No longer “limited” to the cosmos, full-dome is a rapidly growing platform enabling filmmakers and artists working in screen-based media to produce works with the potential to capture and engage audiences as never before. With full-dome theatres now exceeding the number of IMAX and other large format theatres worldwide, the medium is fast maturing and branching outside of traditional astronomy-related programming and into the broader arts and sciences.

The Dome Project introduces Festival audiences, artists and filmmakers to the production and exhibition opportunities being made available through these developments.

Tickets to The Best of DomeFest are on sale now – dont miss out!

Tickets: $20/$15 (includes transport)
Book via http://www.adelaidefilmfestival.org / 1300 727 432 or from the AFF Box Office adjacent to the Palace Cinema, 6 Cinema place (enter via Vaughan Place off Rundle Street).

Location

Mawson Lakes Planetarium
Wednesday 25, Thursday 26, Saturday 28 February and Sunday 1 March
Bus departs from outside the SA Museum at 6pm & 7:30pm sharp