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16th Canberra International Film Festival

by OutInCanberra 23 October 2012

Extraordinary films from around the world will be being showcased during this 12-day program, from Wednesday, 31 October to Sunday, 11 November.


Dendy Cinemas Canberra, Arc Cinema and the National Gallery of Australia will be hosting the festival, which celebrates cinemas ability to tell the stories of the many cultures. A total of 60 films from 30 countries make up the program, along with events such as Q&A sessions and panel discussions with directors, producers, actors and the range of artists involved in filmmaking.


Becoming a CIFF member has a number of benefits, including discounts to films and special members’ screenings during the festival and over the next six months.


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What? 16th Canberra International Film Festival

Where? Dendy Cinemas, Civic

When? Wednesday 31st October - Sunday 11th November 2012

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