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Yogi didn’t see many films made by people like him

so he started his own festival

Source: Sydney AUS Today


The Port Adelaide Film Festival of Diversity and Inclusion, which premiered in Adelaide on Friday 26th August, is the first in Australia to bring together work by or about people from all underrepresented communities, according to organizers.

Finalists include films about people with disabilities, South Sudan, transgender, Muslim, refugee, English as a second language and First Nations communities.

“This festival encourages people from these walks of life to come together under one roof to celebrate and become part of a new society and culture,” said Mr. Devgan.