Winda Film Festival

Winda Film Festival

A new and exciting Indigenous Film Festival in Sydney

Sydney (November 2021)

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Winda Expands Scope in 2019

Winda Expands Scope in 2019

“We have seen a strengthening of stories from around the world playing into genres" ...
Winda Sets Sights on 2019

Winda Sets Sights on 2019

Winda, Australia's only Film Festival dedicated to Indigenous cinema, wrapped its third annual and biggest ...
Sweet Country

Sweet Country

Sometimes it’s never too early to reckon a film has the makings of a classic ...
Maliglutit

Maliglutit

You don’t need a dozen state of the art cameras to produce a good film, ...
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Queer Screen Film Fest will be on more screens than ever! Online Australia wide. Plus three very special social but safe screenings, including a drag queen drive-in double feature!

Full Program Announced Sep 3

#QSFF20 | 17-27 Sep. www.queerscreen.org.au
Join the First Nations at AFTRS session at our virtual Open Day on Saturday 8 August at 11.45 am (AEST) on AFTRS YouTube.

Current students and alumni share their AFTRS experience with AFTRS Indigenous Project Coordinator Joseph Cardona and AFTRS Elder in Residence, Sonia Smallacombe. Find out why they applied and why you should too.

Student and alumni panellists:

Bronte Nener (Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production, current student)
Georgia Coles (Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production, 2019)
Grant Maling (Graduate Diploma in Radio, 2018)
Ismail Khan (Master of Arts Screen, current student)
Keelan Betts (Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production, current student)
Maddison Coles (Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production, 2019)

For more information or to register for AFTRS Virtual Open Day visit aftrs.edu.au.
In Cinemas today. The Legend of Baron To'a. A new film by the team that brought Waru and Vai to our Winda screens, now they have added this fun film to the list of accomplishments. Congrats to Kerry Warkia and Kiel. #Indigenousfilms #supportourartists #pacificfilms
Sending a shout out to our collective as Day One at the European Film Market commences in Berlin. Winda is one of the participants that supports Indigenous cinema through the NATIVe stand in Berlin. Bringing our stories to the European Market. We also funded Jodie Bell to attend as Australia's Producer to the Indigenous Fellows lab, which brings together Indigenous Producers from around the world to learn how to market their films into the international space. Thanks to imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival and imagineNATIVE iNstitute for their overarching support. #Indigenouscinema #nothingaboutuswithoutus #IndigenousFilmFestivals Have a great market and festival!
Amazing panel yesterday with Tasha Hubbard (LEFT), Shirleen Campbell (CENTER) and Pauline Clague (RIGHT). Congratulations to these inspiring women on their powerful films ✨ #WindaFilmFest #HardYarnsPanel
Setting up the stage at Barangaroo Reserve for our (25 piece choir) @ccsyouthchoir & hip hop artist @donalniigarr Luke Clague& Koomurri performance from 5.30pm with the festival closing Winda Film #vai screening starts 6pm. Hosted by Lukecarroll 💫
Setting up the stage at Barangaroo Reserve for our (25 piece choir) @ccsyouthchoir & hip hop artist @donalniigarr Luke Clague& Koomurri performance from 5.30pm with the festival closing Winda Film #vai screening starts 6pm. Hosted by Lukecarroll 💫
Our Hard Yarns panel TODAY at 10am, Event Cinemas George Street! ✨THIS IS A FREE EVENT!

 #WindaFilmFest #HardYarns #FreePanel