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Best of Australian Shorts – 2023 Tour West Coast

This programme is a specially curated selection of highlights from Flickerfest’s Australian Academy® Qualifying competition programmes in Bondi 2023.

Flickerfest, celebrating 32 years bringing you the Best of Australian Shorts.
‘It’s Great Short Films, It’s On Tour, It’s The Vibe’!

*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.

Download: Best of Australian Shorts Tour West Coast Broome programme
View: Best of Australian Shorts Tour West Coast Broome sizzle reel

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

  • Married At First Fleet

    Married at First Fleet follows a modern day 18th Century couple. Individuals matched together according to their common interests, attractiveness and lack of diseases.

  • Game Face

     A woman gets a fresh perspective after meeting a funny and vibrant cast of characters at a confidence workshop for cancer patients.

  • The Fritz

    Arriving at a party after being hit by a meteor, a nervous man (Trevor Jamieson) seeks to confront his brothers about their tumultuous past, but things don’t quite go according to plan. Also featuring Clarence Ryan and Kamahl.

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  • Good Fortune

    After being dumped by her ex, Liza finds herself opposite a psychic in the hopes of figuring out if there’s a cosmic plan for her and what that looks like.

  • The Overthrow

    One sweaty Australian summer, two girls roller skate across the outback from Sydney to Parliament House in an emission-less climate change protest that tests more than their friendship.

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  • Teacups

    For almost half a century, Don Ritchie would approach people contemplating suicide at the edge of a cliff, 100ft from his home. Teacups explores Don’s (voiced by Hugo Weaving) surreal interactions with hundreds of suicidal individuals and his journey to reconcile the suicide of his best friend.

  • Wirnitj

    Based on the real-life experiences of Noongar Elder Aden Eades, Wirintj, retells the supernatural phenomena of stones raining from the sky. Teenager Aden and his Whadjella best friend Steven are working the camp when the arrival of mysterious and beautiful Joyce marks the beginning of extraordinary events.

  • Tangki (Donkey)

    Three Anangu women recount how donkeys came to be well loved in their desert community in the time before modern things like cars existed.

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  • Wonder Down Under

    Barb Barrett is a superhero. Or, at least she used to be. Now she must overcome her toughest challenge yet and rejoin the workforce in her fifties.