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Festival Opening, Screening & Party 2016

Join us for Flickerfest’s Grand Opening Night, Screening & After Party!

A fantastic night of films and fun under the stars. Join us for a selection of festival highlights, showcasing the festival’s line-up to give you a wonderful introduction to the 2016 season. Then kick up your heels at our fabulous After Party in the bar and on the terrace upstairs, overlooking the beach and celebrate 25 years of the hottest shorts with us.

Ticket price includes food by MISSCHU, a catered party and entertainment at the Flickerfest Bar.

SCREENING & WELCOME 8.00pm for 8.30pm start


Red Carpet: Fri 8 Jan, 8pm | Screening: 8.30pm | Duration: 79 mins | After Party: 10pm til late | Classification: under 15yrs to be w/adult

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  • The Detectives of Noir Town

    In a town where people and puppets walk the streets, a puppet detective is on the case of his missing uncle. Though he has competition from every man, woman and dummy wanting to be named Noir Town’s top detective. Starring David Collins (The Umbilical Brothers), Nick Boshier (Bondi Hipsters), Zoe Carides


  • Oh Be Joyful

    Rita is about to kick the bucket, but before she does she’s got one final job to do: drag her granddaughter out of the closet.


  • Home

    Home, is missing planes and sinking boats; a eulogy for all those whose bones only made it as far as the arms of mother ocean.


  • Nulla Nulla

    Fresh out of the academy, White Cop experiences his first taste of Aboriginal community life, as Black Cop puts him to the test.

  • Let’s Dance: Bowie Down Under

    The remarkable, forgotten story behind Let’s Dance – David Bowie’s biggest hit record – and how the birth of MTV, and an unlikely journey deep into the Australian outback, led to its unprecedented success.


  • Ave Maria

    In the middle of the West Bank wilderness, the nuns of the ‘Sisters of Mercy’ convent, have their daily routine of silence and prayer disrupted when a family of Jewish settlers come knocking at their door.

  • Halfbeard

    Gavin is a comedy actor who wants to be taken seriously. That’s why he’s grown a beard. Now Gavin is about to make the crossover into drama. But first he needs to find a razor…