The Griffith Film School presents JALAN-JALAN, a programme showcasing the Griffith Film School's connection to the Asia Pacific. The programme includes screenings from some of the regions most respected film-makers, including U-Wei Bin Haji Saari's film Hanyut and Gutierrez Mangansakan II's film Daughters of the Three-Tailed Banner. These are being screened as part of the Asia Pacific Screen Lab.
JALAN-JALAN also showcases the NETPAC Young Cinema Award winners of the Asia Pacific Screen Awards, with titles including I'm Not Angry, The Woman In The Septic Tank and Pomegranate Orchard.
Alongside this amazing screening programme is a series of workshops in Virtual Reality, Stop-Motion Animation and a Producing Turn-Around, letting the audience experience games and virtual reality created by the School's talented staff and students.
5:00pm: I Was Born in Delhi - dir. Bishnu Dev Halder (93 minutes)
8:00pm: Hanyut - dir. U-Wei Bin Haji Saari (117 minutes)
5:00pm: Post Mortem Mary - dir. Josh Long (10 minutes)
Prison and Paradise - dir. Daniel Rudi Haryanto (93 minutes)
8:00pm: Daughters of the Three-Tailed Banner - dir. Teng Mangansakan (77 minutes)
5:00pm: I’m Not Angry! (Asabani Nistam) - dir. Reza Dormishian (110 minutes)
8:00pm: The Woman in the Septic Tank (Ang Babae sa Septic Tank) - dir. Marlon Rivera (90 minutes)
5:00pm: Cold of Kalandar (Kalandar Soğuğu) - dir. Mustafa Kara (130 minutes)
8:00pm: Kaili Blues (Lu Bian Ye Can) - dir. Bi Gan (113 minutes)
5:00pm: Members of the Funeral (Jang-rye-shik-eui-mem-beo) - dir. Baek Seung-Bin (99 minutes)
8:00pm: Pomegranate Orchard (Nar Bagi) - dir. Ilgar Najaf (90 minutes)
8:00pm: On the Move - dir. Qi Tianyang, Morgan Healy, Won Min-Woo (74 minutes)
5:00pm: Baozha! - dir. Jasper Liu (6-7 minutes)
Crochet Noir - dir. Jessica Harris (8 minutes)
Couple on Stage - dir. Cheng Sei Hong (35 minutes)
8:00pm: Unscheduled Arrivals - dir. Vijaya Singh (12 minutes)
Horrie - dir. Lucas Li (8 minutes)
Turnaround: Preparing Your Project for International Markets- Ben Gibson
11 & 12 August, 10:00am - 6:00pm
Be(com)ing a Filmmaker in South-East Asia - Nico Meissner
18 August, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Games Design in Virtual Reality, An Introduction - Gordon Moyes
25 August, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Window Into the Puppet’s Soul: Utilising Digital Compositing Processes to Enhance Stop-Motion Animation - Michael Linhart
1 September, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Griffith Film School is part of the Griffith Creative Arts Room, part of the Griffith University activities, which includes Regionally Speaking, a project that brings together arts practitioners from ASEAN to deepen their regional understanding and strengthen their collective voice as cultural advocates and leaders across the region, and ASEAN + Australia: Strengthening Soft Power and Partnerships - a Diplomacy Roundtable convened by Griffith Asia Institute.
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