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Best of Australian Shorts – 2024 Tour Adelaide

This programme is a specially curated selection of highlights from Flickerfest’s Australian Academy® Qualifying competition programmes in Bondi 2024.

Flickerfest, celebrating 33 years bringing you the Best of Australian Shorts.
‘Everyone’s Invited!’

*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.

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Screening: On Tour | Running Time: 121 min | Classification: under 15yrs to be w/adult

  • Darwin Story

    Lee returns to Darwin from London when her mum is taken ill. After a chance encounter, there’s an opportunity to reflect on the past, but is she ready to think differently about the beautiful place she calls home?
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  • Cordelia, Daughter Of The Sea

    A father delivers a wedding speech to his one and only offspring on her wedding day.

  • Are You Really The Universe?

    Alfie, a hopeless romantic, believes Effie is his forever love. In a series of nostalgia-soaked memories, we see the world through Alfie’s eyes – falling in love, moving in together, becoming the kind of comfortable that people yearn for. When the cracks start to show, is it reality seeping in? Can Alfie trust his own memories? Are you really the universe? Is an intimate, visceral exploration of love, relationships and the way we cling to the past in order to convince ourselves in the present.

  • Blame The Rabbit

    After surviving a horrific assault by her husband, Helen uses the time of his incarceration to painstakingly rebuild herself into the entity that will have the most power over him: a beautiful woman. A modern take on the Gorgon myth about what happens when you disrespect the Divine Feminine.

  • Bulldog

    Charlie and Jack play for a country footy team, and their coach’s favourite ritual is the barbaric Bulldog drills. One by one, the boys line up to get beaten and smashed into the grass. But when Charlie and Jack ritualise an after training beach recovery, they unprecedentedly develop a relationship. As this is not accepted or talked about within the hyper-masculine footy environment, the boys try and hide this, leading to anger from Charlie. But when the inevitable sighting of them together occurs, the boys have to make a choice: break or continue the silence.

  • Cold Water

    Inspired by true events. Set in St Kilda, Australia, an elderly woman’s peaceful retirement is interrupted when her husband takes up a bizarre new hobby.
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  • Human Range

    After being band mates in their teens, the members of ‘BIN’ have not spoken to each other in over a decade. One of the band members decides to reunite the group after finding out the news of the death of their lead singer. They realise no one from the group attended his funeral. After a series of heated conversations around a lunch time meal the group start to reminisce about their previous life as punk musicians.

  • Sick Day

    On his first day home alone from school, ten year old Oliver accidentally stumbles upon his father’s browsing history.
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  • Spite

    When heavily pregnant Missy is slighted by her particular and obsessive boyfriend on the hottest day of summer, retribution reaches a fever pitch.

  • Yeah The Boys

    Yeah the Boys follows six young Aussie men as they sink beers over an afternoon and well into the night. Emoting only through movement; lewd gestures, chokeholds, crowd surfs, and chugging shoeys, they somehow say everything without uttering a single word. Equal parts larrikin, brutal, and tender, this choreographic short film scored by The Avalanches is an observation of Australian masculine identity and our nation’s relationship with drinking culture.
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