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Canowindra, Merimbula [NSW] (Apr 17), Hobart (Apr 19), Kalgoorlie [WA] (May 1), Hunter Valley [NSW], Darwin (May 2), Lightning Ridge [NSW] (May 6), Airlie Beach [QLD] (May 8-9), Birdsville [QLD] (May 8), Townsville (May 9-10), Katherine [NT] (May 14), Kununurra [WA] (May 21), Broome (May 22-23), Canberra (Sep 2), Noosa (Sep 23), Cairns (Sep 30), Alice Springs, (Oct 2-3), VIC, SA (February 2021) [Segments of 2020 program Postponed, events may resume earlier]

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Flickerfest Launches Into 2020

Flickerfest Launches Into 2020

Now entering year 29, Flickerfest has launched into action at its local home and mainstay ...
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Tonight at Griffith Regional Theatre Flickerfest shines the spotlight on super talented Australian storytellers and performers and their incredible talent on the big screen including home grown Griffith talent, actress Micaela Ellis, whose hilarious narration of 'The Granny Flat' is not to be missed💗🎬😃 http://bit.ly/Griffithflickers #flickerfest2020
Ruby Bell wri/dir and Gabriella Landay Prod introduce 'Orpheate'
Jane Cho won highly commended for 'Best Australian Short Film' for 'The Egg' now on the flickerfest tour across Australia
Michaela Perske and Kiki Dillon at Flickerfest
Ailís Logan wri and lead actress "Wine Lake" introducing her film
Sophie Saville writer/director Peach The Story Mill introducing her film at Flickerfest
Lydia Rui Wri/Dir introduces 'This Perfect Day'
Wri/Dir Rebekah Jackson introduces 'For The Girl In The Coffee Shop'
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