HRAFF Goes West
Emerging Filmmakers Networking Afternoon Tea
The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival (HRAFF) is hosting an afternoon tea networking event for emerging filmmakers interested in creating stories that matter.
Join us for a networking session with fellow filmmakers to exchange ideas, pitch projects and spark some interesting collaborations. Acclaimed filmmakers Amie Batalibasi, Nora Niasari and Santilla Chingaipe also share their words of wisdom, along with a screening of their latest short films.
The networking event will be followed by a screening of Naina Sen’s heart-warming film The Song Keepers. Central Australia’s answer to The Buena Vista Social Club, The Song Keepers tells the uplifting story of women from the world’s oldest culture preserving their sacred songs.
WHEN: Saturday 12 May,
Networking session: 2pm – 4pm
Film screening: from 6pm
VENUE: FCAC Performance Space
Presented by Footscray Community Arts Centre in association with the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival. Supported by Maribyrnong City Council and LUSH Australia.
1- The Song Keepers, Carolyn Windy.