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Best Of Australian Shorts – 2021 Tour Mullumbimby

This programme is a specially curated selection of highlights from Flickerfest’s Australian Academy® Qualifying competition programmes in Bondi 2021.

Flickerfest, celebrating 30 years bringing you the Best of Australian Shorts ‘Great Short Film Never Dies’!

*This programme contains mature themes & is not recommended for children under 15.
Classification: Children under 15yrs must be accompanied by an adult.
*Times & Prices may change, please check with the venue.

Best of Australian Shorts – Added local highlights for Mullumbimby:
The intimate and moving drama ‘This River’ shot in Lismore by locally grown director Naomi Fryer awarded Best Direction at Flickerfest Bondi, and finely crafted indigenous thriller ‘The Moogai’ by local Bundjalung man Jon Bell (Gods Of Wheat Street).

Download: Best Of Australian Shorts tour (Mullumbimby) programme

Screening: On Tour | Running Time: 101 min | Classification: under 15yrs to be w/adult

  • Roborovski

    Roborovski follows an eponymous thimble sized hamster, who spends his days in Marvin’s Pet Shop, hoping to find a family.  However, when he is constantly overlooked by the people and animals around him, his seething resentment and intense jealousy soon takes hold and the murderous side of little Roborovski is released
    NSW PREMIERE

  • The End, The Beginning

    In the picture-book town of Collector, a young girl and her gang of rogue environmentalists are trying to save the planet as the world goes into lockdown. The main target of the rebellion? The girl’s very own father.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

  • The Moogai

    An Aboriginal psychological horror, THE MOOGAI is the story of a family terrorised by a child-stealing spirit.
    NSW PREMIERE

  • This Town Ain’t Big Enough For The Both Of Us

    Two rival pickpockets clash in an increasingly risky game of cat-&-mouse.
    WORLD PREMIERE

  • System Error

    Every day, George works his job at a dingy convenience store, desperately hoping for a friend – but George is also an immobile robotic service unit, and immobile service units do not have friends.  Not yet anyway.
    NSW PREMIERE

  • The Exit Plan

    In an overpopulated future, an elderly woman is visited by a young government official to ensure she is complying with the government’s new “Exit Plan” policy, but, when he interrogates her further he soon realizes she has her own ‘plan’ for him.
    WORLD PREMIERE

  • This River

    During an Australian 1990’s summer, Jacquie celebrates graduating high school with her friends and family.  But when a boy she likes breaks her trust at a party, it shatters her sense of self.  As Jacquie begins her process of healing, she connects with loved ones and natures, finding the strength to move on.
    WORLD PREMIERE

  • Wirun

    A young Indigenous girl must dig deep to own her performance of a Shakespearean sonnet for her high school drama class.
    NSW PREMIERE