GSCFF Semi-finalist Films

by Enrico Aditjondro August 21, 2012
The Global Social Change Film Festival and Institute announced the semi-finalists, and at least two of them are our friends.

Strange Birds

Good news folks, the film we endorsed, Charlie Hill-Smith's Strange Birds in Paradise made it to the semi-final stage of the Festival's jury process. Another film, The Burning Season, also made the list which include films from Sierra Leone, the Middle East, Turkey, Bali, Japan, Korea, Australia, the UK, and New Orleans. You can watch The Burning Season's trailer on EngageMedia here.

The other semi-finalists are:

“Beating the Bomb” (England)

“Carbon Nation” (US)

“Ciclovida” (South America)

“City of Borders” (Jerusalem)

“Climate Refugees” (Multiple)

“Colour Change” (PNG)

“Deep Down” (Kentucky)

“Dog Sweat” (Mideast)

“Fambul Tok” (Sierra Leone)

“Guerilla Midwife” (Bali)

“In the Matter of Cha Jung Hee” (US/Korea)

“Inclusion” (Japan)

“Megamall” (Upstate NY)

“9000 Needles” (US/China)

“Nothing Rhymes with Ngaparjti” (Australia)

“There Once Was an Island” (Pacific Island)

“Race to Nowhere” (California)

“The Last Survivor” (Multiple)

“A Village Called Versailles” (New Orleans)

“Voices Unveiled” (Turkey)

“Women Behind the Camera” (Multiple)


Read more about the announcement and links of the semi-finalists:

http://www.socialchangefilmfestival.org/the-film-festival/semi-finalists-announced/