Here’s An Update About The First Sikh International Short Film Festival!
25th February 2017 will mark history when Plenty Ranges Convention Centre, South Morang will witness the first ever Sikh International Short Film Festival.
A joint effort of KickDrugs, SinghStation & Australia vich vasde Punjabi teams, this festival’s aim is to encourage independent film makers to create innovative work that revolves around Sikh theme and highlights social issues of the society.
The theme for SISFFA 2017 is ‘Fight against Drugs’ and this is planned as part of KickDrugs campaign to dissuade young people from using and becoming addicted to drugs.
There is no submission fee for encouragement of film-makers to step forward with their projects.
The first judge to be introduced is Rana Ranbir, a leading Actor and Dialogue-writer in Punjabi Film Industry.
Three best films will receive cash prizes of $2000, $1000 and $500 respectively. More information including the terms & conditions of the website are available at SISFFA website www.sisffa.com