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Film festival

Mere Naleba
Thursday, July 24, 2014

STUDENTS of the Fiji National University and guests continue to enjoy the screening of films produced by local film-makers at the FNU Raiwai campus and Damodar Events Cinemas.

The 2014 Fiji Film Festival on Tuesday allowed students of FNU and eight local film-makers to see four documentary films that are part of the film festival.

The films, titled My Sacred Glass Bowl, Roti Pirates, Giving Life and Visionary Farm, are documentary films that portray life issues that Fijians can relate to.

FNU student Ashnil Kumar, who produced the documentary Visionary Farm, based his film on how FNU agriculture students learn innovative ideas that will enable them to put bread and butter on the table for their own families.

Scenes from the film were shot at FNU's Koronivia and Navua agriculture farms.





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