Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Dungog Film Festival from May 29

If you didnt know, the Dungog Film Festival is back again from the 29 May - 1 June, and not only that, their 2007 Trailer directed by award winning filmmaker Stavros Kazantzidis has just won GOLD at the Australian Cinematographer Society Awards and you can view it HERE

What is it?:In addition to discovering filmmaking’s newest talent through the
Festival’s program of documentary, dramatic, and short film, Festival attendees experience live music shows, panel discussions with leading filmmakers and industry figures, parties celebrating the Festival community, and more.

The Dungog Film Festival was founded in 2007 to celebrate Australian cinema in a non-competitive environment, to strengthen the bonds within the film community, to create a context for contemporary Australian films by screening heritage films, and to enhance awareness, accessibility and appreciation of Australian film among a broad and diverse film going audience.

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Anonymous said...

Esteemed Friends, Artists and Collaborators,

With much love and hard work we begin organizing and preparing the way for the 1st LATIN AMERICAN POETIC SHORT FILM FESTIVAL, at the acclaimed NUYORICAN POET'S CAFE. The festival will feature Poetic short films by Latin American Filmmakers. Our mission is to support the emerging Independent Filmmaker by providing them exposure in the Down Town Cultural Center of Manhattans’ Lower Eastside. At the NUYORICAN POETS CAFÉ Filmmakers can present their work to a diverse audience in an intimate atmosphere, meet and exchange ideas.
The LATINO AMERICANO POETIC SHORT FILM FESTIVAL is scheduled for September 2008.

"Poetic Film is a combination of expressive image and sound. It is original and personal. It need not be about poetry and yet, it can be set to poetry. It is lyrical, dreamlike, expresses new ideas, evokes emotion, triggers thought and heightens the spirit. If we are fortunate, Poetic Film may some day be uncovered for us to discover."

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