Gold Coast Film Festival
19 April 2017 - 30 April 2017
The Gold Coast Film Festival (GCFF) is a 10 day program of screen culture activities held annually on the Gold Coast. Established in 2002, in 2017 the GCFF will present its 15th annual festival, having skipped a year in 2007.
Today the GCFF celebrates all types of films and the art of filmmaking – from critically acclaimed feature and foreign language films, to genre classics and locally produced indie gems shot right here in Queensland. For filmmakers and students alike the festival runs a series of free seminars and workshops to educate, inspire and embrace the Gold Coast as a filmmaking destination, while the celebration of film is also extended into the realms of visual arts and transmedia.
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19-30 April 2017
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