MAHALO NUI LOA!
The Pasifika Film Festival has a vision to be the platform that tells Pacific stories through film and documentary.
We are so thankful to be able to achieve this festival through the support of our Pacific communities, our ambassodors, volunteers, film community and helpful friends!
VOLUNTEER WITH US
By engaging Pacific Islanders as volunteers in the production of the Film Festival, we provide an opportunity to gain familiarity with and experience in the world of film.
We hope that by doing so, we not only strengthen existing participation in and engagement to core culture, but also activate a desire in those who may have lost touch with their heritage to reconnect to the tradition and meaning of their ancestral history.
PASIFIKA FILM FEST FAM
Check out what's going on in the Pasifika Film Fest community.
PFF@Sydney Film Festival Opening Night
Kalo and Sam Neil @ the opening of Hunt for the Wilderpeople.
PFF Director meets with Hunt for the Wilderpeople Taika Waititi.
Taking time for Rapanui
PFF Director Kalo Fainu with The Last Saint Director Rene Naufahu and Graham Isaako Purcell
Rena Owen rocking PFF T all the way from Los Angeles USA
The cast who read through Victor Rodger's, My Name is Gary Cooper, Saturday 7th November.
Matavai Cultural Arts Group group preparing for their performance at closing, Sunday November 8.
Kalo, Nigel and Pauly hanging out with Sol3 Mio at the screening of In Football we Trust
NRL Penrith Panthers recruit Suaia Matagi telling his story to the audience at In Football we Trust
PFF Blogger Natasha Westropp having out with PFF Social Media Guru, Tusi Faasootau.
The Groove City boys hanging out with Nigel at the Groove City screening Saturday 7th Nov
Directors of Kumu Hina, Dean hamer and Joe Wilson skyping with PFF fam on closing night.
PFF event organiser Gwen hanging with Sol3 Mio.
Tusi hanging out with Sol3 Mio
Cast of short film Falls with their family at opening night.
Kalo Nigel and Pauly chilling with Sevu Waqa from PFF major sponsor Digicel.
PFF PR and Media Manager, Sheryl with family at opening night.
Nigel hanging out with mates Edwin Asotasi, Joe and Maybelle Galuvao.
PFF presenter Marie Chanel interviewing Tep Tok director Julia Grey.
Chair of NSW Council of Pacific Communities, Mal Fruen with family on opening night.
Street University fam at opening night
Model Diamond Langi, at opening night
Hip Hop megacrew The Pioneers after their performance at opening night.
Dean Widders from PFF major sponsor NRL, who performed acknowledgement to country at opening night
Director selfie. Nigel and Kalo with our opening night audience
Firass Dirani, Samson Smith and Edwin Asotasi checking out the step and repeat at opening night
PFF Director Kalo Fainu bumps into Phillipa Steele at Fiji Day
Festival Director Nigel hanging out with Jay Laga'aia.