Iranian Film Festival
20 October 2016 - 20 November 2016
Iranian Film Festival Australia is the only nation-wide Australian festival dedicated to Iranian cinema.
Contemporary Iranian cinema is one of the world’s most exhilarating national cinemas. Their aims are to showcase a diverse range of the best and most interesting of current Iranian cinema, and through cinema to introduce Iranian culture to other Australians, providing a better cultural understanding.
IFFA is an independent non-political, non-aligned and non-religious private organisation run by Anne Démy-Geroe and Armin Miladi. They are NOT supported by the Islamic Republic of Iran. They are most definitely committed to an audience comprising both Iranian and non-Iranian members where people can mingle and talk among themselves, leading to a better cultural understanding.
BRISBANE 20 – 23 October, New Farm Cinemas
MELBOURNE 27 October – 1 November, ACMI
ADELAIDE 3 – 6 November, Mercury Cinema
SYDNEY 10 – 13 November,
Event Cinemas Tope Ryde & Dendy Opera Quays
CANBERRA 11 – 13 November, NFSA | Arc Cinema
PERTH 17 – 20 November, Event Cinemas | Innaloo
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Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Canberra, Perth
20 October- 20 November 2016
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