First Girl I Loved - Australian Screenings

Published by: FilmInk | 21-Apr-2017
Sydney, AU - 21th of April 2017 - FilmInk, in conjunction with Arcadia, are presenting event screenings of First Girl I Loved around Australia, and in the grand cinema tradition of yore, the feature will be accompanied by short film Lo Loves You by emerging Australian filmmaker Cloudy Rhodes. Online screeners and interviews are available on request.
In the Sundance Audience Award winning First Girl I Loved, high-school misfit Anne falls in love with Sasha, the beautiful star of the softball team. When Anne tells her best friend Clifton about her new crush, his confusion threatens more than just the girls" budding romance.

Directed by Kerem Sanga and starring Deadpool"s Brianna Hildebrand and Dylan Gelula of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, First Girl I Loved is in the great tradition of teen films such as The Breakfast Club, which explore the teenage experience with compassion and nuance.

Described as "a woozy and wonderful queer teen romance" (David Ehrlich, Indiewire), and "a sensitive exploration of sexual identity"¦ a sophisticated and complex teenage coming of age story" (Katie Walsh, The Playlist), First Girl I Loved is a film for today that will be remembered for years to come.


Date: Tuesday the 2nd of May at 6.40pm
Location: New Farm Six Cinemas - 701 Brunswick St, New Farm
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Date: Friday the 5th of May at 6.30pm
Location: Australian Centre for the Moving Images - Federation Square, Flinder St
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Date: Monday the 8th of May at 6.30pm
Location: Dendy Canberra Centre, 2/148 Bunda St, Canberra
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Date: Monday the 8th of May at 6.30pm
Location: Dendy Newtown - 261 King St, Newtown
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Date: Saturday the 13th of May at 7.30pm
Location: Casula Powerhouse - 1 Powerhouse Rd, Casula Buy Tickets: TBC


Date: Tuesd/h2>ay the 9th of May at 7pm
Location: Event Cinemas Innaloo, 57 Liege St Innaloo, WA
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