A short film festival held in the Blue Mountains, Australia, celebrating Blue Mountains stories, storytellers and community

Mount Victoria [NSW] (May 2020)

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The Ghost of Peter Sellers

The Ghost of Peter Sellers

Imitated, parodied, celebrated, overrated… there’s a lot of views on the man immortalised as Inspector ...
SKA'D FOR LIFE: AUSSIE DOCUMENTARY PREMIERE

SKA’D FOR LIFE: AUSSIE DOCUMENTARY PREMIERE

Film about Aussie ska legends STRANGE TENANTS premieres in Melbourne ...
Booksmart

Booksmart

Let’s get this out of the way first; Booksmart is a good film ...
Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Portrait of a Lady on Fire

One rarely expects a film as good as ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ to ...
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And did we mention our Little Blue Shorts crew? Local filmmakers aged 12 and under made some fantastic little films this year. We're looking forward to seeing what these youngsters come up with in future years!
And a big congrats to Nick McKinley for winning Best Music Video at the festival this year with his stunning video 'Get To Know You' shot for the Sparrows. The video showcases some beautiful scenery from around the mountains.
Best Art Film at this year's Blue Shorts went to the beautifully made and moving short dance film 'Billa, Yarringan, Wargang' made by the talented crew Wagana Aboriginal Dancers.
Best Film and People’s Choice award for Introspection. Jack Waddell
Nick McKinlay and friend receiving their award for Best Music Video 'Get to know you' from Tiriel
Keisha Davis receiving her Judges Recommendation Award for her film Fruit Finders from Tiriel Mora.
Heath Davis talks about Book Week...
Participants of Little Blue Shorts 2016. Great work guys - we loved watching your films!
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