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Best of International Shorts – 2022 Tour

This programme is a specially curated selection of highlights from Flickerfest’s International Academy® Qualifying competition programmes in Bondi 2022.

Flickerfest, celebrating 31 years bringing you the Best of International Shorts ‘A Kaleidoscopic Carnival Of Short Films’,

*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 International Short Tour programme – National
View: Best of International Shorts Tour sizzle reel – National

Screening: On Tour | Running Time: 104 min | Classification: Under 15yrs to be w/adult

  • Loop

    In this society each human being repeats the same action over and over again, in this society each human being repeats the same action over and over again, in this society each human being repeats the same action over and over again, in this society each human being repeats the same action over and over again.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

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  • Space Invader

    Max is a small boy with a big imagination. Him and his Dad form a tight knit crew. But when Dad gets a new girlfriend, Max must find a way to confront this new menace before she steals his dad forever.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

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  • Close Ties To Home Country

    While dog-sitting Timothee, the baby Frenchie of influencers India and Harry, millennial immigrant Akanksha waits for her sister’s visit—they haven’t seen each other in nine years!—and enjoys the spoils of white money, musing over why she stays away from her home country.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

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  • Silence

    A young man wanders around the city, where people wearing masks come and go. One day, he finds a girl dancing ballet in an abandoned building.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

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  • Wall Unit

    A ramshackle wall unit is a symbol of the monotonous life of a certain 40-year-old man living in a grey, dirty post-communist block of flats district. Right after his birthday, suffering from the midlife crisis, the man decides to change his dull and routine-based existence. Alas, his wife stands in the way.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

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  • Like The Ones I Used To Know (Les Grandes Claques)

    Christmas 1983. Julie and her cousins ate too much sugar, Santa is late. Denis is anxious at the idea of picking up his children at his ex-in-law’s.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

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  • Guadalupe

    An undocumented Mexican house cleaner finds something unexpected and controversial in the homeowners’ closet and leaves an unmistakable message.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

  • Roy

    Trapped in a lonely existence, reclusive widower Roy (BAFTA Winner David Bradley) passes the days by cold calling strangers from the phone book, looking for brief moments of companionship. But when he accidentally calls adult hotline worker Cara (Oscar® winner Rachel Shenton), an unlikely friendship is born that will help them both rediscover the joy of life.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

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