The inaugural Ghan International Film Festival Australia (GIFFA) is a 2-day film festival to be held at the Mercury Cinema, Adelaide from 9 to 10 December 2016. It will present a mix of short films which have been filmed in Afghanistan.
The inaugural Ghan International Film Festival Australia [GIFFA] is a 2-day film festival to be held at the Mercury Cinema, Adelaide (South Australia) from 9 to 10 December 2016. It will present a mix of short films, which have been filmed in Afghanistan. GIFFA will bring together people and families of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities to celebrate Afghan culture, music and cuisine. The Opening Ceremony will feature live Afghan music, cultural diversity, inviting VIP guest.
GIFFA will feature high-quality short films (up to 30-minutes duration) plus one feature film produced in Afghanistan. The films will be auteur and ambitious cinema, with a high artistic value, tackling independent and original themes.
The highlight will be the special screening of the Academy award nominated film Boz Kashi Boys
The Festival will run over two days, with two screening sessions per day, each of one and a half hours duration.
View the festival trailer here.
More information here.
Session 1 Opening session: December 9th 6:00pm for 6:15 start – 8:00pm Session 2 December 9th 8:30pm – 10:pm Session 3 December 10th 6:30pm – 8:00pm Session 4 Closing December 10th 8:15pm – 10:15pm