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Half Moon at Adelaide Film Festival

KurdishCinema-01/03/07

    Famous Kurdish director Bahman Ghobadi's latest film "Half
    Moon" is screening at 3. Adelaide Film Festival, in the city of
    Adelaide in Australia. The festival takes place in Australia from
    22nd February to 4th March and Half Moon will be presented in
    the Natuzzi competition section, New Crowned Hope section
    and World Cinema section. The first screening of Half Moon
    took place on 27th February and second screening of the film
will be on 2nd March at 2.30, Palace Cinema-Cinema 3.

It is said that Ghobadi who faces heavy censorship back in Iran will participate a workshop
which will take place following the festival in NSW Australia. The workshop will be run for
Indigenous filmmakers called the 'Long Black Feature Development Program' and the nine
filmmakers participating in the workshop are working on their first feature. The workshop will
be held between 11-22nd March at Byron Bay in NSW. Ghobadi will attend this festival as an
advisor at the Australian Film Commission Long Black Lab. Advisers are required to work
with four of filmmakers on their scripts, and present one of their own films to the group with
Q&A afterwards. Also Ghobadi's third feature Turtles Can Fly will be screened during the
workshop.
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