Dungog Film Festival has revealed the program highlights for this year’s edition, including the premieres of Nick McGee’s Frank and Jerry and the documentary An Imprint in Time.
In total, there will be 194 screenings- 12 features, 16 documentaries, four TV sneak previews and 159 short films.
The Australian/Chinese co-production The Dragon Pearl will also have its NSW premiere – following the national premiere at February’s Adelaide Film Festival.
“DFF is a world class four day event, celebrating Australian films at four screening locations showcasing new Australian screen content, honouring leading Australian filmmakers and revisiting Australian movie classics, in a non-competitive environment,” said festival director Allanah Zitserman.
The program also includes master classes with screenwriter David Williamson and composers Lisa Gerrard and Michael Yezerski. The festival includes gala events, parties and the local Main Street Parade.
It will run from May 26-29.