The Australian Financial Review recommends buying George Gittoes paintings as a sound investment.
Rampage is another Gittoes journey into the forbidden zones.
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.
A World Conference
Love City – Preview, Fine Cut
Peace & Social Justice Film
Arshad Khan, star of Love City Jalalabad arrives in Sydney for Sydney Film Festival
George Gittoes and Hellen Rose team up with a local group of struggling actors to collectively declare LOVE and ART on Jalalabad.
20 March – 17 May 2015
Mersamen, the nephew of the famous Taliban leader, from Tora Bora, came back to day to the Yellow House. He …
George Gittoes art and the war on terror – Currents III – Artlink Magazine.
“Gittoes’s work often asks two questions: what are the experiences of other artists working and surviving in war zones? Or, what is his moral responsibility as an artist-correspondent?”
The article is a positive story where theatre and the arts are more powerful than bullets and bombs.
Hello from Jalalabad, We have had a holiday today as it is Moslem New Year. My Pakistani group played cricket …
George Gittoes speaks to SBS about life in Afghanistan with Australian troops.
Not only is he one of the world’s most incredible unofficial war artists, but he also empowers locals from war-ravaged towns and cities by including them in art projects such as films.