Moral Fairground

Friday, 12 August 2022 - 3:00pm to 9:00pm
Immigration Museum, 400 Flinders Street, Melbourne

Produced by the School Broadcasting Network in collaboration with the LA International Children’s Film Festival and the One Earth Youth Film Competition, the aim is to offer uplifting films to inspire and engage the hearts and minds of our audience, both the young and young-at-heart, whilst providing a platform to showcase the work of young filmmakers who are making a difference.

The films selected for the inaugural re-generation International Youth Film Festival all reflect aspects of the 2022 youth festival’s overall theme of resilience and empowerment for young people. From a brilliant award-winning Claymation Bad Bugs from the festival’s youngest filmmaker, 10-year-old Bryn Wright in the USA, to the multi-award-winning silent film Cracked by Turkish filmmaker Mahmut Tas, the festival has something for everyone!

The Film Festival will run on the 12th o August at the Immigration Museum, details are as follows:

100 Per Session

12th of August

Immigration Museum

Theaterette (Ground Floor)

Session Times
3:30pm to 5:00pm
6:45pm to 7:55pm
8:10pm to 9:20pm

For tickets to the regeneration youth festival 2022, please visit:

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