Adelaide Film Festival (AFF) is a biennial eleven-day celebration and exploration of Australian and international screen culture with a unique program of screenings, forums and special events. The event has rapidly established itself as one of the boldest and most innovative in the country and has made a name for itself internationally as a platform for exciting new talent in the Australian industry. Originally presented biennially in March, since 2013 the Adelaide Film Festival has been presented in October.
Be sure to check out the following Japanese features in the program:
Our Little Sister
Thursday 15 October - 6pm
Friday 23 October - 9:45pm
For more information about the AFF and for the full program, please visit www.adelaidefilmfestival.org.
The OzAsia Festival kicks off this week in Adelaide, with the spectacular Moon Lantern Festival to be held this Sunday, 27th September from 4-8:30pm in Elder Park. The festival is free and fun for the whole family, featuring lantern installations, food trucks, performances and fireworks over the River Torrens.
JAFA will be holding an origami and calligraphy workshop from 5:30-7pm, so come down and say hi and enjoy this amazing cultural event.
The Japanese Film Festival is coming to Adelaide on 30th October – 1st November & 6th – 8th November 2015, and we need your help!
We are looking for passionate volunteers to promote the 2015 Japanese Film Festival in Adelaide and surrounding suburbs.
For more information about the Japanese Film Festival, please visit www.japanesefilmfestival.net
Read on for position descriptions, benefits and induction times.