The Canberra International Film Festival is celebrating record attendances in 2012:
More people saw more films from more countries than at any time in
the 16- year history of the Canberra International Film Festival.
Figures released today show this year’s Festival has broken all
— Just under 17,000 people attended across the 12 days
— 27 sell-out sessions for films including:
— The Angels’ Share, Monsieur Lazhar, The Hunt, Let my People Go,
33 Postcards, Stella Days and Amour, at the Dendy;
— Neil Young Journeys, Searching for Sugarman and Grabbers, at the
Arc Cinema; and
— Paul Kelly: Stories of Me, at the Canberra Theatre.