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Benjamin Gilmour’s Jirga is Australia’s official entry to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2019
A moment from Jirga

Ushnota Paul   |     |   Published 16.11.18, 03:17 PM

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A paramedic professional- turned-filmmaker, Benjamin Gilmour’s Jirga is Australia’s official entry to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2019, which is competing with India’s Village Rockstars, Japan’s Shoplifters and Poland’s Cold War. Jirga — screened at the 24th Kolkata International Film Festival — is a contemplative war film based in Afghanistan that touches upon topics like redemption, humanity and has a powerful sense of purpose. t2 caught up with Gilmour for a chat. 

A paramedic professional- turned-filmmaker, Benjamin Gilmour’s Jirga is Australia’s official entry to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2019, which is competing with India’s Village Rockstars, Japan’s Shoplifters and Poland’s Cold War. Jirga — screened at the 24th Kolkata International Film Festival — is a contemplative war film based in Afghanistan that touches upon topics like redemption, humanity and has a powerful sense of purpose. t2 caught up with Gilmour for a chat. 

A paramedic professional- turned-filmmaker, Benjamin Gilmour’s Jirga is Australia’s official entry to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2019, which is competing with India’s Village Rockstars, Japan’s Shoplifters and Poland’s Cold War. Jirga — screened at the 24th Kolkata International Film Festival — is a contemplative war film based in Afghanistan that touches upon topics like redemption, humanity and has a powerful sense of purpose. t2 caught up with Gilmour for a chat. 

A paramedic professional- turned-filmmaker, Benjamin Gilmour’s Jirga is Australia’s official entry to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2019, which is competing with India’s Village Rockstars, Japan’s Shoplifters and Poland’s Cold War. Jirga — screened at the 24th Kolkata International Film Festival — is a contemplative war film based in Afghanistan that touches upon topics like redemption, humanity and has a powerful sense of purpose. t2 caught up with Gilmour for a chat. 

A paramedic professional- turned-filmmaker, Benjamin Gilmour’s Jirga is Australia’s official entry to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2019, which is competing with India’s Village Rockstars, Japan’s Shoplifters and Poland’s Cold War. Jirga — screened at the 24th Kolkata International Film Festival — is a contemplative war film based in Afghanistan that touches upon topics like redemption, humanity and has a powerful sense of purpose. t2 caught up with Gilmour for a chat. 

A paramedic professional- turned-filmmaker, Benjamin Gilmour’s Jirga is Australia’s official entry to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2019, which is competing with India’s Village Rockstars, Japan’s Shoplifters and Poland’s Cold War. Jirga — screened at the 24th Kolkata International Film Festival — is a contemplative war film based in Afghanistan that touches upon topics like redemption, humanity and has a powerful sense of purpose. t2 caught up with Gilmour for a chat. 

A paramedic professional- turned-filmmaker, Benjamin Gilmour’s Jirga is Australia’s official entry to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2019, which is competing with India’s Village Rockstars, Japan’s Shoplifters and Poland’s Cold War. Jirga — screened at the 24th Kolkata International Film Festival — is a contemplative war film based in Afghanistan that touches upon topics like redemption, humanity and has a powerful sense of purpose. t2 caught up with Gilmour for a chat. 

A paramedic professional- turned-filmmaker, Benjamin Gilmour’s Jirga is Australia’s official entry to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2019, which is competing with India’s Village Rockstars, Japan’s Shoplifters and Poland’s Cold War. Jirga — screened at the 24th Kolkata International Film Festival — is a contemplative war film based in Afghanistan that touches upon topics like redemption, humanity and has a powerful sense of purpose. t2 caught up with Gilmour for a chat. 

A paramedic professional- turned-filmmaker, Benjamin Gilmour’s Jirga is Australia’s official entry to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2019, which is competing with India’s Village Rockstars, Japan’s Shoplifters and Poland’s Cold War. Jirga — screened at the 24th Kolkata International Film Festival — is a contemplative war film based in Afghanistan that touches upon topics like redemption, humanity and has a powerful sense of purpose. t2 caught up with Gilmour for a chat. 



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