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First Aussie Film Fest held at Prague's Lucerna cinema

 
photo:  (radio.cz)
 

 
 

Many have noted that Australian film productions are all too rarely showcased in the Czech Republic. But the 1st Aussie Film Fest at Prague's Lucerna Cinema would like to change that. The modest two-day event will see screenings of a number of top Australian productions like 52 Tuesdays or Tracks. Martina Vacková, who lived and worked in Australia for eight years, is the festival's director. She told Radio Prague how the idea for the Aussie Film Fest (AFF) came about.

 
Author: Český rozhlas Radio Praha
 
Added: 28.11.2014
 
 
 

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