Posted by Hieu Chau on November 5, 2013
“ STARTING November 21 – 23, you can participate in the APERTURE Festival – a film festival celebrating ethnographic documentaries in the Asia-Pacific region. Hieu Chau finds out more about the festival.
Read full article: http://www.meldmagazine.com.au/2013/11/aperture-festival-2013/
Posted by Isabelle Genoux on October 17, 2013
“ “Mou Piri, A Rorotongan Love Song” has just screened at Hawai’i International Film Festival and is on its way to Melbourne for the inaugural Aperture festival, an international ethnographic documentary film festival aiming to support and promote Asia Pacific cultures, in November.
Read full article: http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/pacific/radio/onairhighlights/short-film-mou-piri-to-screen-at-inaugural-aperture-festival-in-melbourne/1206266
Posted by Andrew Kingsford-Smith
“Taking place for the first time this year,Aperture Festival looks to join the list of acclaimed film festivals in Australia’s cultural calendar. Focusing on documentaries about the AsiaPacific region as well as filmmakers from this area, Aperture will engage in new and unique ways with the culture of Australia’s closest neighbours.
Read full article: http://theculturetrip.com/pacific/australia/articles/blessed-by-the-sun-australia-s-best-arts-and-culture-festivals-in-spring-2013/
Posted by David Robertson on September 24, 2013
“John Steinbeck so eloquently said, “Try to understand men. If you understand each other you will be kind to each other. Knowing a man will never lead to hate, and almost always leads to love.” There are many avenues an individual could take in order to cultivate such an understanding about his/her earthly comrades – Aperture Film Festival allows you to explore one of these paths.
Read full article: http://sillyreverie.com/2013/09/24/aperture-film-festival-extending-multicultural-understanding/