Flickerfest International Short Film Festival 2021 — The Best of Australian Shorts
Watch a stellar lineup of shorts made by top-notch Aussie filmmakers.
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There's something rather cool about being ahead of the curve when it comes to cinema, watching the latest and greatest flicks unfold on the silver screen well before anyone else. And at Australia's biggest short film festival, you can do just that.
The internationally acclaimed Flickerfest is celebrating its 30th year, so you can expect an A-class lineup of cinematic delights when it comes to Palace James Street Cinema on Thursday, March 4.
The annual short film festival is Australia's leading Academy Award-qualifying short film fest, backed with BAFTA recognition, too. Highlights include include Flickerfest's Best Australian Animation Roborovski, directed by actors Tilda Cobham-Hervey and Dev Patel and delightful Brisbane comedy Smashed by Kristie and Tyson Yates. Plus, a screening of the stunning Bala — the first short film by Bangarra Dance Theatre's former senior choreographer Deborah Brown.
For $25 a ticket, you'll get to watch the hand-picked shorts and festival award-winners in one evening. Plus, as part of your ticket, you'll get either a Gage Roads beer, Rosnay organic wine or Parkers organic drink, plus popcorn on arrival. Not to mention the chance to hear from the filmmakers before the screening.
Flickerfest tours nationally from February–October 2021.
Top image: 'Smashed'
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