FLiCKERFEST Travelling All Over The Countryside

17th February 2016

FLiCKERFEST National Tour


The Flickerfest 2016 National Tour is travelling all over the countryside right now and we’re loving hearing the buzz from our audiences around Australia as they soak up all the short film goodness we have on offer. Don’t forget to tag us with #FLiCKERFEST2016 if you make it along to a screening and let us know what you thought.February screenings:

Melbourne – Wed 17 Feb, Kino Palace Cinemas – SOLD OUT
Avoca – Fri 19 Feb, Avoca Beach Picture Theatre
Nambour – Fri 19 Feb, Majestic Cinemas
Gold Coast –  Fri 19 Feb, The Arts Centre Gold Coast
Bendigo – Fri 19 – 20 Feb, Ulumbarra Theatre
Newcastle – Sat 20 Feb, Tower Cinemas
Toowoomba – Sat 20 – 21 Feb, Empire Theatre
Gunnedah –  Sun 21 Feb – The Civic

See full festival tour dates


Upcoming Tour Highlights

ImageOn the Gold Coast – We are excited to be screening in this Friday’s programme of Flickerfest shorts at The Arts Centre Gold Coast the locally produced “Je Suis Un Crayon” by Gold Coast filmmakers Joe and Carol D’Arcy, inspired by 3 million people in France who marched for unity, peace and freedom of expression; and “The Meek“, written and directed by Queenslander Joseph Brumm and featuring a beautiful score by The Cat Empire‘s Ollie Mcgill.


ImageFLiCKERFEST Newcastle – Included alongside the hugely popular Best of Australian Shorts programme will be local Novocastrian filmmaker, Andrew Gallagher’s short, The Lake, a thriller shot in the Hunter region, straight from competition at the Flickerfest festival in Sydney. Andrew will be at the screening to introduce his film and meet the audience.


ImageToowoomba’s February Film Feast –  Bring a blanket or a deckchair and kick back on the Empire Church Lawn for a weekend of great movies, kids workshops and our Flickerfest Australian and international short film programmes. The full weekend program is here.

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