Arts & Entertainment Lover based in Melbourne, Ballarat & Sydney.
The first-ever CAFS Survival International Film Festival (SIFF) will take place in Ballarat from 21 to 23 May.
This three day program will feature more than a dozen films including documentaries, short films, discussions and activities from countries including the Middle East, Native America, New Zealand and Australia. To find out more about the movie click here for the official program.
Image from SIFF website
Day sessions are free of charge. Evening sessions are $28.60 and can be purchased online or at the door for $35.
Guest speakers and performances include John Saffron, Deborah Conway and Willy Zygier, Rachael Maza and Gary Foley.
Rachael Maza, Image from SIFF website
CAFS SIFF director Neil Boyack said "Hopefully, people will walk away from the event with a raised awareness of social issues both global and local."
If you like to view movies that share stories of survival, inspiration and endurance in the context of social justice, head to Ballarat during 21 to 23 May for the inaugural Survival International Film Festival.