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MYFAM Red Carpet Film Screening, Graduation & Fundraiser

27/03/2023 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Support the Red Carpet Premiere of two social impact short films created by culturally diverse youth from the Queensland Government-supported “MYFAM 2022” program. The bespoke evening will also feature the MYFAM graduation and an exclusive screening of One Song Foundation’s multicultural short film that was filmed in the beautiful Scenic Rim region of Queensland.

The MYFAM Program
The “Multicultural Youth Filmmaking, Screen Acting & Music Composing Program”, also known as MYFAM, is a Queensland Government-funded project that aims to break down the barrier and discrimination culturally diverse young people are facing in the creative industry. The free MYFAM 2022 program was facilitated by culturally & linguistically diverse industry professionals who provided participants between the ages of 15 to 22 years with professional digital media production training and a platform to tell their social impact stories.

One Song Foundation (OSF)
One Song Foundation
 is an ACNC-registered charity that aims to make this world a better place ‘One Song at a time’ and supports young people & charities to create music, film, and theatre. The charity’s goal is to provide Queensland youth music and performing arts programs that will foster culture, promote participation in the arts, and encourage cultural diversity. OSF also produces social impact songs, videos, and events that will promote reconciliation, mutual respect and tolerance between groups and individuals in Queensland.

Short Films Being Screened [Rating Guidance: PG-13]

  • MYFAM Youth Team – Antibullying Short Film (Featuring Former World Boxing Champion Jeff Horn with Support from the Japan Community of Queensland)
  • MYFAM Young Adult Team – Consent Short Film “Coffee, Tea, or No” 
  • One Song Foundation – Scenic Rim Regional Council Short Film

Get Tickets

There is very limited parking around the QMC. We encourage all guests to use public transport. QMC is only a 2-minute short walk from the Holman Street Ferry Terminal and bus routes 27 and 234. You can find more info about how to get to QMC at http://qmc.org.au/visit

Supported by the Queensland Government and BEMAC.


Queensland Multicultural Centre
102 Main Street
Kangaroo Point, QLD 4169 Australia
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