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Joy House Film Festival

The Joy House Film Festival is a short film festival with short films of JOY & diversity, supported by the Media Entertainment & Arts Alliance & W.IT.S

Sydney (September 2021)

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Congratulations to Mina Kang & Long Le for Sidelined, selected for this year's Joy House Film Festival at Hoyts, Sept 13th (Sold Out).

Director Statement
Sidelined will always be special to me because it was the first short film I had ever directed and the tangible results of Jubilee Fellowship which was an unforgettable experience through which I made many friends around the world.

After hitting rock bottom thanks to a career-ending shoulder injury, All-American Quarterback, Joey Pacquiao meets Manny, a boy with early-onset multiple sclerosis, and begins to find fulfillment and true happiness by helping others from the sidelines.
Congratulations to Aiden McNamara for his short film/doco, "Australia Post: A Really Good Investigation” selected for this year’s Joy House Film Festival. After successfully mailing a loose potato, a naive journalist intends to test the limits of Australia's postal service. Joy House Film Festival is on - Sept 13th at Hoyts - SOLD OUT Cinemas 7 & 8.  Spread the joy! #diversity
Congratulations to Lily Drummond, selected for the 7th Annual Joy House Film Festival for her submission - Milly. A heart felt documentary. 13th Sept at Hoyts - Cinemas 7 & 8 - SOLD OUT. Judges Sarah Harris and Jay Laga'aia.

The definition of hero is a person who is admired for their courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities.

Just over two years ago, Ali and Tom heard those agonising, heartbreaking words that no parent ever wants to hear. At just five years old, Milly was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL).

Milly, with the support of her parents Ali and Tom, younger brother, Archie, and older sister, Alani, spent the last two and a half years fighting ALL. A film of hope, determination and courage; Milly teaches the viewers the true definition of a hero.
Congratulations to Adam Dunn and Mitchell Wright for "Seagulls"- finalists for the the 7th Annual Joy House Film Festival. On Sept 13th, 4.30pm-7.30pm at Hoyts Mandarin Centre, L 3 corner of Albert & Victor St, Chatswood. Limited tickets at Cinema 7 & 8. Max purchase of tickets is 2, so everyone gets a chance. Followed by a Private Screening of Rhapsody of Love (Rom-Com). Social distancing applies, a seat distance in between. Link
Congratulations to Fern Mei Sim, for her short film documentary "At Intersections" (a short film about feminism & the intersections of identity) selected for the 7th annual Joy House Film Festival. #films
Congratulations to Mr Indifferent by Aryasb Feiz, about a negative man who changed his life. Selected for this year’s 7th annual Joy House Film Festival #joy #diversity
Our Christmas Early Bird submissions are now open until 30th Dec. Link:
Judges - Sarah Harris and Jay Laga'aia