From 28th March 2013 till 30th March 2013 (Thursday till Saturday), the first ever Asean International Film Festival and Awards 2013 (AIFFA 2013) will be held at the Sarawak Cultural Village in Kuching, East Malaysia.

The festival aims to leverage on the attendance of participants with an extensive background in filmmaking and have them share with the audience the intricacy of making films.


Aside that, there would also be an ongoing “Karnival Rakyat” as the Kuching Waterfront, screenings of all nominated featured films at the Old Courthouse, a series of exhibitions and seminars, meet and greet sessions with celebrities, and interactive panels at Pullman Hotel, Kuching.

At only RM18 per person, patrons of the opening day of the AIFFA 2013 opening day are able to enjoy a journey into the cinematic world of Asean amidst the lush Borneo rainforest. The marathon showcase of films (67 films from Asean to be shown) will start on 28th March, with the screening of short films from 12pm at the Sarawak Cultural Village. Come sunset, the showcase expands to six other venues at the village to include a non-stop, all night screening of features films until 7pm the following day.

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To purchase tickets to the AIFFA 2013, click! For more information, visit their official website.

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