Indonesian Film Festival
14th April - 2nd May
The Indonesian Film Festival is the largest celebration of Indonesian screen culture in Australia.
The IFF showcases an eclectic range of arthouse cinema from a country known for its striking beauty and rich culture, including the works of some of Indonesia’s most renowned filmmakers.
IFF has a range of screenings start from the 14th of April 2018 with their main screenings running from the 26th of April to the 2nd of May.
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14 Apr - 2 May 2018
ACMI Federation Square
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