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South Of The Boarder: Flickerfest 2016 Melbourne Shorts Tour

This highlights programme is a curated selection of shorts from Victorian filmmakers selected for screening at Flickerfest 2016 Bondi.

Screening: On Tour | Running Time: 122min (approx) | Classification: under 15 years to be w/adult

  • How Deep Can I Go?

    Using hand drawn cardboard set and props, Hairy Soul Man explores how deep some humans go for love.

  • 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…

  • Cherokee

    An uncooperative ex, an argumentative landlord, and a broken front door, Linda’s life is just peachy. Her daughter Shelley escapes their dreary reality through a fascination with Native Americans, but subconsciously assumes Linda’s anger.

  • Woof!

    A humiliating sexual experience causes a 16 year old girl to start an unusual revolution.


  • The Orchestra

    In a world filled with beautiful harmonious music, Vernon always seems to strike the wrong note.

  • Hope City

    Majak, a teenage boy from South Sudan is haunted by his dark past and torn between his new life and a burning desire to return to home to find his mother.


  • Lazy Boy

    When Ray brings home a new purchase, his pregnant girlfriend is not impressed. Banished to the garage he soon realizes the old La-Z-Boy recliner he bought is in fact a one-minute time machine. Will Ray learn from his mistakes or is he destined to repeat them forever?


  • Ernie Biscuit

    The clayography of a lonely Deaf Parisian Taxidermist whose life is turned upside down and back to front when a dead pigeon arrives on his doorstep.

  • Goodnight Sweetheart

    When Barb embarks on a drastic course of action she must confront her feelings for an old friend. Anything is possible when there is nothing left to lose.

  • She Sells

    An epic sales negotiation between a cutthroat business executive and a surly little girl.

  • 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.


  • Slingshot

    Frankie is a 10 year-old kid on summer vacation at a run-down trailer park. When Tayla, a 10 year-old girl, shows a romantic interest, Frankie’s holiday becomes a whole lot more complicated. Slingshot is an amusing analogy on modern love told through the eyes of one of its latest victims.