ABOUT

AAFFN respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners of this country, past, present and future.

Name:

Asian Australian Film Forum & Network (AAFFN)
Based nationwide. Founded 2011.

Co-founded in 2011 by Amadeo Marquez-Perez, Dr Indigo Willing & Dr Tseen Khoo. 

Contact: 

Visit our page here.

Found out more about our team here.

Vision: 

A network dedicated to developing and showcasing the Asian Australian screen scene through events, social media and a range of other activities.

Background:

The Asian Australian Film Forum and Network (AAFFN) is an exciting and empowering new network that aims to showcase Asian Australian films and screen talent both on and behind the screen, including Asian Australian actors, producers, directors, writers, screen artists and film scholars. Additionally, we are also keen to create inclusive spaces and generate cross-over dialogues and broader conversations with a range of Australians who work with and support this community.

Along with film screening events, our aim is to bring together and develop a national network of creative practitioners, educators and cultural community workers, industry people, community groups, students and academics, bloggers and film fan ‘zine makers, creators of youtube and new media content, and  both emerging and established artists looking for peer networking via discussions, workshops and other collaborations. Special thank you to Matt Huynh for our official artwork ‘Lion Dancers’ and ‘Audience’.

Image: AAFFN event, November 2011, Melbourne.

Inaugural Event in 2011

Read more about our inaugural event in 2011 here.

 

All images used for blog interviews are kindly supplied by the interviewees and credit is given to photographers when made available.  AAFFN is a volunteer project and makes no profits. Material in this blog is to promote Asian Australians and diversity in the spirit of community.  If there is a credit missing or you have any enquiries please email us.

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  1. What an excellent birthday present! Very exciting, and I will finally get a chance to see Mother Fish!

  2. Glad you are coming along Timothy! The AAFF team.

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