13 January 2014
Suncorp Bank is proud to announce it’s partnering with the Queensland Touring Film Festival (QTFF).
Now in its second year the QTFF will bring professional film workshops and short films to regional towns across Queensland.
With branches throughout regional Queensland, Suncorp Bank is known for its community engagement and is committed to supporting initiatives that benefit regional Australia.
Suncorp Bank’s Regional General Manager David Littleproud says it’s another opportunity to support regional Queensland.
“We’re proud to be part of the Queensland Touring Film Festival, it’s an opportunity for people to experience arts and movies and strengthen community links,” said Mr Littleproud.
The program involves local communities, schools, businesses and general public and all the events are free.
Communities benefit from learning, experiencing and enjoying film, spreading cultural development into rural and regional Queensland.
Queensland Touring Film Festival Director Jed Cahill says film making should be available to as many as people as possible.
“Film making is a powerful tool, it’s an experience everyone should experience at least once in their lives,” Mr Cahill said.
The Festival kicks off on the 13th of January with a week long tour of the Roma circuit. It will travel to Mitchell, Injune, Wallumbilla, Yuleba, Surat and Roma.
Other tours this year include, Bundaberg, Mackay, Cairns, Biloela, Gold Coast, Moura, Townsville, Ipswich and Blackwater.
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