Lebanese Film Festival
25 August 2017 - 9 September 2017
The Lebanese Film Festival is run by the Lebanese Film Festival Association Incorporated, a NSW registered non-profit organisation, founded in 2011.
The aims of the Association are to provide a platform for Lebanese cinema to be screened in Australia, being a premier international film festival event to Sydney, with a particular focus on Bankstown, improving local accessibility to arts. In addition, it aims to provide insight into contemporary Lebanese culture to the large Lebanese-Australian community and challenge the perceptions of Lebanon, its people, traditions and culture in Australia
Since 2012, the Lebanese Film Festival has screened over 45 films from across the world, that are either filmed or based in Lebanon, or made by Lebanese film makers from Lebanon, Europe, Africa, the Americas and Australia.
Each year, the Lebanese Film Festival Association strives to challenge itself in creating an event that is inspiring, challenging and captures the imaginations of its audience.
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25 August- 9 September 2017
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