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AFIN International Film Festival 2022 Nominee Screening 1
AFIN International Film Festival 2022 Nominee Screening 1

Wed, 26 Oct


South Brisbane

AFIN International Film Festival 2022 Nominee Screening 1

AFIN is thrilled to be hosting four screening nights at Griffith University's cinema, showcasing some of the best AFIN nominated films for the year.

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26 Oct 2022, 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm AEST

South Brisbane, 226 Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

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Golden Frames in The ClosetShort Film (Indonesia) - Screening 26th October - Self-rated PG content guide

Nominated for: Best Emerging Female Director, Best Live Action Short Film, Best Director


A mortuary cosmetologist has to face a dilemma when she receives a call from a mother who had lost her child in an accident. A film with no dialog.

Scattered People

Feature Documentary (Australia) - Screening 26th October - Self-rated M content guideNominated for: Best Feature Doc, Best Original Score


Scattered People is an Australian documentary revealing the transformational and healing power of music – bringing together people, cultures and countries.

Saha and Mas, two young Iranian musicians flee their homeland and seek asylum in Australia. In immigration detention they encounter the Scattered People band – a small group of kindred spirits who play music and create songs with refugees and people seeking asylum. Following their journeys, we observe how music breaks down barriers and gives Saha and Mas purpose, helping to shape their identities and offering hope for the future.

Interviews and music from acclaimed musicians Missy Higgins, Michael Franti, John Butler, Archie Roach, Katie Noonan, Dan Sultan, Harry James Angus and Robbie James (GANGgajang), Scattered People explores how music can help unite, heal and restore our compassion for some of the most vulnerable people on our planet.

BeatFeature Film (Australia) - Screening 26th October - Self-rated MA15+ Content guide

Nominated for: Best Actress, Best Australian Film, Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Score, Best Costume Design, Best Picture


After a heart transplant a young woman finds herself connecting with a homeless man through classical music. Throughout a series of dramatic performances and emotional events the two worlds begin to merge as one.

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