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Embassy Roadshow April/May 08

AFC News May 08

In April the Embassy Roadshow's new Arabic subtitled collection will be screen for the first time in Amman, Jordan and Bahrain. Amman will screen Look Both Ways, Looking for Alibrandi and Two Hands with a selection of non-subtitled films. The first Embassy Roadshow event in Bahrain will screen the Arabic subtitled films Strictly Ballroom, Rabbit Proof Fence and The Dish.

Embassy Roadshow will travel to Cologne, Germany at the end of the month, screening seven features and eight shorts. In May the inaugural Pakistan International Film Festival will screen Lucky Miles in Lahore.

The Embassy Roadshow is a travelling film festival program presented through Australian embassies overseas, showcasing a selection of contemporary Australian films to people around the world. It is an Initiative of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the AFC.