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Back in 2012 with a new name and new venues FilmFest Australia will run from September 14 to 23 at Clapham and Hackney Picturehouses.
It opens with the European premiere of Ryan Kwanten starrer Not Suitable For Children. The festival will also feature the European premiere of Any Questions For Ben? and the UK premiere's of Swerve and The Eye Of The Storm. Documentaries include the celebration of choreographer Tanja Liedtke Life In Movement.
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