VIFF FAQs



 

What is VIFF 2021?

The Virtual Indigenous Film Festival!

The Virtual Indigenous Film Festival takes place annually on FanForce TV to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples during Reconciliation Week.

FanForce TV presents a collection of Indigenous stories that will screen throughout Reconciliation Week. Each screening will be followed by a live Q&A with special guest speakers including filmmakers, community leaders and change makers to invite inclusive and open discussion.

 

When is VIFF?

VIFF 2021 will be streaming on FanForce TV during Reconciliation Week, 27-31 May.

 

How can I watch?

Register for any Virtual Screening Event or grab an All Access Pass, then tune back in at the event start time to watch the film and Live Q&A. Simply visit the Screening link and login to your FanForce TV account to get access to the film and Q&A stream.

 

When can I watch the films?

Each film and post-screening Q&A will be live-streamed at the given date and time listed on the Virtual Screening page. As these events are live-streamed, you will not be able to rewind if you miss any part of the event.

 

Can I watch the films later? 

All films will be replayed as Encore Screenings from the 7th - 11th June, 5pm AEST. These Encore Screenings will be the film only without the Q&A. If you're unable to attend any VIFF Virtual Screenings, you can purchase an ALL ACCESS PASS at any time throughout the festival to get access to all Encore Screenings. 
 

 

How much does it cost?

Individual Virtual Screenings: $7.99 USD 

All Access Pass: $19.99 USD

All Access Passes can be purchased at the check out page of any of the VIFF Virtual Screenings.

 

Can I buy tickets for someone else? 

Absolutely! We have Gift Cards available for purchase if you would like to gift a ticket or an All Access Pass. 

Bulk ticket purchases are available for companies or organisations to distribute to staff/community members. Please contact us to arrange bulk ticket purchases.

 

What films are being shown?

We are showcasing 6 extraordinary films. 

High Ground - 27th May 7pm AEST

After The Apology - 28th May 7pm AEST

The Skin Of Others - 29th May 7pm AEST

Yulubidyi: Until The End & The Moogai - 30th May 7pm AEST

Firestarter - 31st May 7pm AEST

 

Who are the Q&A guest speakers?

We will be joined by an array of guest speakers from within the Indigenous Australian community, including filmmakers and experts. Guests will be announced over the next few weeks in the lead up to the festival. Please check the individual film event pages and Festival Facebook Event for more information.

 

Friends of FanForce TV - Affiliates Program

Share the Virtual Indigenous Film Festival 2021 with your friends, family and wider network and earn a cut for each ticket sale!

More information here : FRIENDS OF FANFORCE TV

Link to share with friends, family and wider network : ALL ACCESS PASS