Flickerfest 2018 Programme Highlights – Flickerfest Gift Vouchers!
Give The Gift Of Flickerfest This Xmas – Flickerfest 2018 Programme Highlights!
Flickerfest, Sydney’s Academy® accredited and BAFTA recognised short film festival is once again rolling out the red carpet in Bondi this summer, with some big names about to hit the big screens at the Bondi Pavilion.
Idris Elba (Luther, The Wire), Virginie Ledoyen (The Beach, 8 Women, Shall We Kiss?), Kris McQuade (Rosehaven, The Kettering Incident), Maya Stange (Love Child, The Secret Daughter), Charlotte Best (Teenage Kicks, Puberty Blues), not to mention Rose Byrne and Alex Dimitriades, the stars will certainly be lighting up Bondi this January!
With 23 world premieres and 23 Australian premiers Flickerfest 2018 there is something for everyone in this years amazing line up of great shorts from across the globe!
Give The Gift Of Flickerfest This Xmas
Needing a unique and wonderful Christmas gift idea for a film loving friend and family member?, look no further, Flickerfest has you covered! Season passes, 10 session passes or 3 session passes are available and make the perfect gift this holiday season!! Tickets available via Moshtix or alternatively grab a Moshtix Gift Voucher and let your loved ones pick from one of the 22 programmes on offer at Flickerfest 2018!
Flickerfest 2018 Programme Highlights!
Flickerfest has a massive smorgasboard of short films on offer over 10 days at Bondi in January, here are just a few of our highlights!!
Celebrating the YES vote in Australia and new to Flickerfest 2018 is our specially curated Rainbow Shorts programme curated by award winning local queer filmmaker Craig Boreham.
Our Documentary 1 programme includes some of the weirdest and most wonderful true stories from across the globe, including the Academy Award shortlisted tale of true love Edith & Eddie, America’s oldest interracial newlyweds.
FlickerKids is a delightfully entertaining programme of shorts that will appeal to the kid in everyone, including the felt animated Hedgehog’s Home. Narrated in rhyme, this charming adaptation is based on a fable by the Yugoslavian author Branko Ćopić.