Flickerfest tour final stops in Bunbury, Cairns and Kununurra this weekend!
FINAL WEEK OF FLiCKERFEST SCREENINGS !
After zig-zagging our way across the country, travelling thousands of miles, screening the very Best shorts from around the world to thousands of enthusiastic audience members, the Flickerfest 2018 Tour is about to come to a close!!
Don’t miss this opportunity to see some amazing award winning short films from around Oz that have been winning the hearts of audiences across the country!
First up this Friday night we will be stopping off at the BREC in Bunbury, Western Australia where Perth filmmaker Mason Fleming will be on hand to introduce his charming documentary short Deighties (Dating in your eighties), screening as part of the Best of Australian Shorts on Friday 11 May!
Saturday 12 May will be the hometown screening for edge of your seat thriller The Baby Whisperer from Cairns born and raised locals, director Sean Gilligan and actor Jason Klarwein at Tanks Arts Centre also screening in the Best of Australian Shorts line-up!
Last but certainly not least, the Best shorts from Oz will be lighting up the skies at Kununurra Picture Gardens on Sunday 13 May, including the stunning Aboriginal Western short Miro starring the Kimberley born and raised actor Mark Coles Smith!
The following Friday 18th May, this Kimberley town will also host the Short Laughs Comedy programme featuring our Best Australian Short winning film On Hold!
There is still time to catch us before our 2018 National Australian tour wraps up! Check out our tour page for more details!
BEST OF EU SHORTS SCREENS IN TIMOR-LESTE!!
Flickerfest in partnership with the EU Delegation to Australia is thrilled to be bringing a screening of our Best of EU Shorts, direct from our Bondi festival to Timor-Leste as part of the Euro Cinema Film Festival presented by The EU Delegation in Dili in October 2018.
These free screenings bring European cinema and access to European cultural experiences to a broad community in Dili and Flickerfest is thrilled to participate.
In other news, the EU Delegation have recently announced the launch of their new on-line events calendar and mobile app which will allow you to see at-a-glance what is happening around the country. The Calendar, a joint collaboration between the EU Delegation in Australia, and the EU Member States will allow you to register online for public events, select a specific event to find out more information or just plan your cultural activities around what is happening.