Monthly Archives: September 2011

AAFF 2011 EARLY REGISTRATIONS NOW CLOSED

The AAFF is a free event. All welcome (but some films rated age 15+).

Early registrations closed midnight on Wednesday 2 November.

Congratulations to the five SBS competition winners of double passes to MOTHER FISH, our closing film. You will receive an email and can collect your tickets at the registration desk.

Those who have already registered early for both days or Sunday have a reserved seat at MOTHER FISH and will also go in the draw to win some great prizes. See our special offers page.

Forget to register? MOTHER FISH is now fully booked.

All other sessions have a very limited number of seats left available.

Thanks for your interest and support!  We hope to see you at future events. To further information on how to get updates please email: contactaaff@gmail.com and don’t forget to look out for a special PERIL MAG edition developed with the AAFF on Asian Australian Films in early 2012.

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Be in the AAFF opening video – send in your greeting (due 30 September 2011)

AAFF VIDEO GREETING MESSAGES / ‘SHOUT OUTS’ (due 30 Sept 2011):

Are you working on or behind the screen in a production that showcases Asian Australian talent and/or want to send in a greeting to Asian Australian colleagues and emerging members of this creative community?

The AAFF organisers wish to highlight and facilitate the positive influence that both leading figures and emerging talent in the Asian Australian community and its supporters have on those wishing to develop a voice, tell their stories, and make an impact in the mediums of film, video, and television.

One of the ways you can do this is to provide a short video message (eg approx. 1 min duration). Click on image to find out more and how to send your video file electronically (pref. sending method):

AAFF_Shout Out_Flyer_Original

Video messages can also be saved on DVD and mailed to the AAFF, c/- P O Box 2038, East Brunswick, VIC, 3057, Australia. Please label your DVD with your name and the subject ‘AAFF Shout Out’. Those selected will be featured at the launch event of the AAFF, and may also be used in its promotional trailer and on its website.

Shout Out Project Co-Ordinator: Maria Tran (assisted by Amadeo Marquez-Perez and Indigo Willing).

 

 

 

And the winner is…

Congratulations to the winners of the KOFFIA 2011 Melbourne double-passes:

  • Oanh Tran
  • Timothy Ryan

Many thanks to all those who entered the competition!

You can still catch the next couple of days’ events: Visit KOFFIA’s website

ABOUT KOFFIA MELBOURNE:

Korean Film Festival in Australia – 10-13 Sept
ACMI Cinemas (Australian Centre for the Moving Image), Federation Square, Melbourne

www.koffia.com.au   /   info@koffia.com.au

Prepare to HOLD ON TIGHT as the Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) graces Melbourne for the first time ever this September! In what will be 4 days of drama, comedy, action and more, KOFFIA will take Victorians on an intense ride of Korean cinema!

Presenting a showcase of the latest hits direct from the land of morning calm, as well as a few classics, the Korean Film Festival offers a direct chance for people to satisfy their hunger for drama. Taking place at ACMI Cinemas, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Federation Square, Melbourne, KOFFIA will be more than just a film festival, featuring industry forums, musical performances and cultural acts. A Korean wave of culture and entertainment will hit Federation square, so don’t miss out!

KOFFIA is organised by the Korean Cultural Office Australia. For details about session times and how to buy tickets, visit KOFFIA’s website

KOFFIA Ticket Summary:
Adult $14, Concession $12, Member $10 (for ACMI or KCO members)
Buy tickets online or at the ACMI Box Office: info@koffia.com.au

Special AAFF Offer: KOFFIA 2011 (Melb 10-13 Sept; ACMI)

Win tickets to KOFFIA 2011 in Melbourne!

AAFF is offering our twitter and FB followers the chance to win:

  • 1 double pass to The Show Must Go On, and
  • 1 double pass to Secret Reunion

at KOFFIA 2011 in Melbourne (10-13 Sept; ACMI).

This offer is very kindly sponsored by KOFFIA 2011.

To enter, simply follow us on Twitter and RT our competition notice, or ‘like’ it on FB. Entries close Wednesday 7 September.

You can also catch KOFFIA’s marketing director, Kieran Tully, speaking at the AAFF ‘Asian Australian Screen Scene’ panel with Jiao Chen, Heng Tang, and Maria Tran on 12 November.

Visit our Speakers page for more information, and check back here for program updates soon!

 

MORE ABOUT KOFFIA MELBOURNE:

Korean Film Festival in Australia – 10-13 Sept
ACMI Cinemas (Australian Centre for the Moving Image), Federation Square, Melbourne

www.koffia.com.au
info@koffia.com.au

Prepare to HOLD ON TIGHT as the Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) graces Melbourne for the first time ever this September! In what will be 4 days of drama, comedy, action and more, KOFFIA will take Victorians on an intense ride of Korean cinema!

Presenting a showcase of the latest hits direct from the land of morning calm, as well as a few classics, the Korean Film Festival offers a direct chance for people to satisfy their hunger for drama. Taking place at ACMI Cinemas, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Federation Square, Melbourne, KOFFIA will be more than just a film festival, featuring industry forums, musical performances and cultural acts. A Korean wave of culture and entertainment will hit Federation square, so don’t miss out!

KOFFIA is organised by the Korean Cultural Office Australia. For details about session times and how to buy tickets, visit KOFFIA’s website

KOFFIA Ticket Summary:
Adult $14, Concession $12, Member $10 (for ACMI or KCO members)
Buy tickets online or at the ACMI Box Office.