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NSW (Jan 10-19, 2020), WA, ACT, TAS, SA, VIC, QLD, NT

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Summer's just around the corner and so is Flickerfest!  There are only two weeks left to submit to Australia's leading Short Film Festival!  Join us under the stars at Australia’s most iconic Beach and see your film screen amongst the world's best at #Flickerfest2020 International #ShortFilmFestival . Entries close 27th Sept 2019. For Details head to https://bit.ly/2N9j3tc#FLiCKERFEST2020#Flickerfest is Australia’s leading Academy® Accredited and BAFTA-recognised international short film festival.Entry deadline:  27th September 2019.  http://flickerfest.com.au/entries/
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The Flickerfest award winning, AACTA nominated film Nursery Rhymes has been released online. Check out this fantastic film right now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLS_JmpL_70The film took out the Best Cinematography in an Australian Short Film this year. Do you think your film has what it takes to take out this award at #FLiCKERFEST2020? Submit now. Head to www.flickerfest.com.au/entries for more details.
It's Back at Flickerfest 2020, Our fantastic EU Shorts programme is coming back thanks to our friends from the European Union in Australia. Is your film from Europe and you want to see it on the big screen? if you said yes to both of these questions, then make sure you enter Flickerfest right now. Head to flickerfest.com.au/entries now and we might be seeing your film on the big screen. Entries will Close 27th September.
Rainbow Shorts makes it's return in 2020, with a programme of shorts curated by award winning filmmaker Craig Boreham celebrating different parts of the LGBTIQ community. Make sure you submit your film now and you might have a chance to see your film screened during this fantastic programme.Info and Details: www.flickerfest.com.au/entries.#FLiCKERFEST2020
In conjunction with #Australianow #ASEAN, Flickerfest will be at The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (klpac) as a pre-opening event to the annual Short+Sweet Festival.Australian filmmaker and animator, Marisa Martin, will introduce her award winning animation, Della Mortika: Carousel of Shame, alongside the full Australia now FLiCKERFEST Short Film Program.She will also facilitate a filmmaking workshop and take part in a panel discussion and Q&A session with well-known actors, writers, directors and producers from the Malaysian film industry.Get your tickets now for this fantastic event:
Ben Phillips' film #Checkpoint took out the Best Editing In A Short Film. You can check it out here right now: https://bit.ly/2U4ruGgDo you think your film has what it takes to take out the Best Editing award at #FLiCKERFEST2020? Why not submit Now? There is still time.Head to flickerfest.com.au/entries now for information and details.
Happy Sunday! How is your film coming along? Remember you only have just over one month left to submit to Flickerfest, Australia's only Oscar and BAFTA Accrediated short film festival. Screen your work at Australia's most iconic beach. Hit up flickerfest.com.au/entries now for info and details.
#FishWithLegs won Flickerfest's Best Animated Short in 2017. Watch it Now: https://bit.ly/2KKG6rr.Do you think your short film has what it takes to win Best Animated Short at #FLiCKERFEST2020, why not enter it now, info and details: flickerfest.com.au/entries
Hey Aussie High School Students, Flickerfest's FlickerUp competition is back for the 2020 festival. Its a great avenue for up and coming filmmakers to screen their films at Australia's most iconic beach. Enter Now: flickerfest.com.au/entries.  Must Close 8th November.
Need help with your weekend plans? Screen a Flickerfest favourite this weekend right here on Facebook. Johannes Nyholm Produktion's Las Palmas about a middle-aged lady on a holiday in the sun who tries to make new friends and have a good time. The role is played by a one-year-old girl the rest of the cast are marionette puppets.WATCH NOW: https://www.facebook.com/nyholmfanpage/videos/1306091632775862/?v=1306091632775862
Need some Flickerfest Inspiration on your Monday Morning? Today we are taking you all the way back to 2012 to Bear directed by the fantastically talented Nash Edgerton in this star studded film from the festival.Starring Nash Edgerton, Teresa Palmer and Warwick Thornton, it follows the continuing adventures of Jack, who always takes things too far. This time he is organizing a surprise for his girlfriend, with unintended consequences.
WATCH IT NOW: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKeooK0zfeU
Need a little inspiration for your entries on this monday morning, Check out Mirrah Foulkes film from Flickerfest past.
Florence Has Left The Building is about the annual Christmas Eve concert at the Marigold House Assisted Living Facility and all of Florence's friends are dying and
she wants out. When the facility double books two rival Elvis impersonators, Florence takes the opportunity for one last hurrah right now:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZUm2u5iUMcAnd make sure you check out Mirrah's new film that was in Competition from Sydney Film Festival in cinemas soon.
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