The festival is proud continues to present a world class short film competition on Australian shores and to celebrate and discover the most talented short film makers the world and Australia has to offer.
Over 2300 entries from around the globe were received this year, of which just over 100 will be officially screened in competition is testimony to the fact that Flickerfest continues to attract the latest in innovative and creative shorts from the world’s most exciting new filmmakers for our Academy accredited and BAFTA recognised shorts competition.
The successful films screening at Flickerfest are all united by their excellence within the short film genre, demonstrating short film’s role as the centrepiece of innovation and creativity in global cinema today.
After we celebrate the art of short film in Bondi It is also extremely gratifying to see short film in Australia so warmly embraced by audiences all across the country, and this year the festival further extends its reach to 50 venues + nationally, including, Esperance, Narrogin and Kununurra in WA; Byron Bay, Coffs Harbour, Griffith and Port Macquarie in NSW, Maryborough, Gold Coast & Airlie Beach in QLD; and Launceston, Hobart and Cygnet in TAS, to name but a few, bringing audiences at an extensive network all across our continent an inspiring look at the world through short film.
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01.26.2016 – International Short Film Festival “Flickerfest” – Awards 2016