Setting Sun Film Festival

Proudly showcasing great short films from filmmakers predominantly living or working in Melbourne’s western suburbs but open to all

Melbourne (Jun 18-26, 2021)

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Tough times for Melbourne at the moment with the entire city not only under a lockdown but a nightly curfew. Melbourne has been voted the world’s most liveable city many, many times because our city is awesome and so are our people. We will get through this together. One day at a time. Be there for people. Check in on your neighbours, your friends and family. Our days will be sunny again.
Cheeky message but stay safe everyone.
First day back @kindredstudios so missed.
Fifteen minutes to go before our last session starts. You can watch on YouTube or via our website from 7pm. Catch up on all our previous programs before we close.
Along with our Partner @vuinthecommunity, we are excited to be presenting our youth program at 7pm tonight. You can watch via Facebook, our YouTube channel or our website. See you at 7pm. #cinema #victoriauniversity #film #youngfilmmakers
Awesome Saturday night viewing coming up with some great docos, animations and dramas.

I See In The Dark
This short documentary is about three individuals, who have lost their sight. Their intimate narrative takes the viewer on a
journey to their world and feelings about the loss of vision.
Slovenia, Duration: 16:00
Director: Lana Bregar

After witnessing the local priest abuse his power, Sofia attempts to convince her devout Catholic family to act.
Australia, Duration: 14:00
Director: Olivia Altavilla

Sync or Swim
A short film on the difficulties a cast member can have when being overworked on-set.
Australia , Duration: 6:00
Director: Gary Hegedus

This Place
An outsider travels to Slab City, also known as the last free place in America, and finds hope in an unexpected place,
where everyone and everything has a second chance.
Australia, Duration: 10:05
Director: Michelle Joy

After the Tsunami
Sri Lankan survivors of the 2004 boxing day tsunami reflect on the event, impact, and aftermath of the tragedy.
Australia, Duration: 6:59
Director: Mark Hellinger

In a society driven by growth and development we don't often take time to appreciate this wild, wonderful world we occupy.
Getting stuck in the daily grind is all too easy, but sometimes all that’s needed to open our eyes is a helping hand.
Australia, Duration: 3:28
Director: Evan McInnes
Thanks @thewestsider your social media game is strong! Continuing another night of great films!
If  you missed last night's program, you can still watch it on YouTube or our website. Tonight's session won't be a live premiere but is scheduled to be released for viewing at 7pm. Some great films  from Footscray, Greenland, France and America. Join us.
Twenty seven minutes to go. Make sure your battery is charged and you have a drink and snacks ready.
Look for us on YouTube. We can watch together.
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