Join the Flinders University Action Group at the Ghan International Film Festival Australia on the 9th- 10th December 2016, and take action for human rights on your way to a great film!

The Ghan International Film Festival Australia will present a festival of original and ambitious short films plus one long feature film, together with Farda (Tomorrow) Association, Adelaide City Council and Adelaide Community Television.

The primary aim of Farda (Tomorrow) Association is to support the underprivileged or homeless young children in Afghanistan, and in particular, the children caught up in this situation. Farda works to provide education, food, and shelter for the street children and to alleviate the suffering of their parents.

GIFFA also aims to bring together people from mainstream and culturally and linguistically diverse [CALD] backgrounds to explore and address the current problems facing marginalised children and youth in Afghanistan and around the world.

Check out the full program of films here

Event Contact

Vincent Chu


a small section of a black film strip


Mercury Cinema, Morphett Street, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia


December 9, 2016

6:00 pm

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