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Yogi Devgan Talks About the Upcoming Port Adelaide Diversity and Inclusion Film Festival, and He Wants Your Films

Source: The Curb

The interest and focus of diversity on screen has increased over the years, but for disabled groups, LGBTIQA+ groups, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, and CALD groups the level of representation is nowhere near the level it should be. Enter Yogi Devgan and the Port Adelaide Diversity and Inclusion Film Festival (PADIFF).

PADIFF will have its debut run in August 2022, and is currently accepting submissions for short films that represent cultural diversity, the underrepresented and minority in communities. To submit your film, head over to the PADIFF website. Submissions close on July 31st.