Late Night Live with Phillip Adams
Sydney Morning Herald article by Damien Murphy
George Gittoes travels to Terror Central in Pakistan, where he decides to shoot a local Pashto telie film right under the nose of the Taliban’s anti-entertainment forces.
20 March – 17 May 2015
Wednesday 22nd April onwards Exhibition – George’s Diary Collection State Library of New South Wales Macquarie Street, Sydney, New South …
The Australian Financial Review recommends buying George Gittoes paintings as a sound investment.
Article by Marcelle Mansour in Al-Ghorba, Arabic News Sydney
Artist George Gittoes has come up with a secret recipe for reaching the housewife art market of Afghanistan.
George Gittoes has given us the most horrible show in Sydney in 2014, or perhaps it’s the year’s greatest horror show.
Listen here for a sneak peak into George’s upcoming film.
Rampage is another Gittoes journey into the forbidden zones.
After hearing in the early hours of this morning Martin had died last night…
A unique space where artists, actors, musicians and writers have created the very first artist run space and arts centre in Afghanistan.
Peace & Social Justice Film
What the World Needs Now, in conversation with George Gittoes
Arshad Khan, star of Love City Jalalabad arrives in Sydney for Sydney Film Festival
Sydney Morning Herald article
by Linda Morris
George Gittoes has learned that documentation of frontline action is not enough; he wants to use art to bring about change.