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Melbourne (June 2020)

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Greener Grass

Greener Grass

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Missed out on attending the Festival this year? We've got one last Melbourne screening happening for 2019 THIS Sunday at Sun Theatre Yarraville. ☀️🎬 For more info, times and tickets, head to's your chance to see the Oscar-eligible short film from Brooke Silcox and Alison James Judas Collar. Winner of this year's Best Short Film at the Festival, Judas Collar is an extraordinary, exquisitely-shot tale of real-life practice.Image credit: Jessica Wyld
A huge congratulations to the team behind short film Yulubidyi - Until The End (a 2019 St Kilda Film Festival Top Film), who have been nominated for an Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Award for Best Short Film! 🎬
Our regional tour is done and dusted for 2019. Thanks to all the venues and audiences that hosted us with such enthusiasm. See you next year, everyone! 🎬✨📸 Cloakroom Media
🎬 Closing out the St Kilda Film Festival regional tour (and winter 🥶), are...Mallacoota (17 August)
Tallangatta (21 and 23 August)
Nhill (23 August)
Echuca (25 August)
Swanpool (31 August)
Orbost (7 September)Plus, Melbournians will have one more chance to see this incredible selection of short films at the Sun Theatre, Yarraville, 4:30 PM September 8. ☀️
Another week, another road trip for the St Kilda Film Fest! Heading your way this weekend Numurkah (Friday), Yarroweyah (Saturday) and Queenscliff (Sunday)! 🎬We're shouting out to the crew of Shepherd - Short Film (pictured) this week, who filmed their incredible short film in Queenscliff. Residents of Queenscliff are sure in for a treat seeing beautiful shots of their town on the big screen this weekend. ☀️🌊
GIVEAWAY! ✨🎬Presented by MIFF 37ºSouth Market & Accelerator Lab, Adrian Wootton OBE returns exclusively to Melbourne for another series of his acclaimed Illustrated Film Talks, this year focusing on Musical Movie Legends Sammy Davis Jr, Barbra Streisand, David Bowie and Marilyn Monroe.We've got one double pass to give away to SAMMY DAVIS JR: Breaking Barriers session on August 5, 5:15 PM and one double pass to DAVID BOWIE: Iconoclastic Genius session on August 7, 5:15 PM.To enter, name your preferred session, tag the friend you'd take with you and make sure you both Like our page. Entries close 5 PM, Thursday 1 August.
This week brings two more sessions of our 2019 St Kilda Film Festival tour - Cameo Cinemas Belgrave (Friday 25 July) and the Grand Ridge Brewery Mirboo North (Saturday 26 June).For Belgrave tickets, head to Tickets for Mirboo North can be purchased at The Wren’s Nest Bookstore, Mirboo North.Among a set of fantastic award winners and top picks from this year's Festival is the stunning music film clip for Missy Higgins' song 'Cemetery', created by Natasha Pincus. See it on the big screen in all its glory! 🎬🎼
We’ve got a bunch of filmmakers willing to share their tips and tricks, and we were lucky this year to have Davis Jensen put up his hand to tell us all about his experience creating his short film, Tunnel Ball! With a hilarious plot that required the same actor to be eight different characters at once in the same shot, Davis had to get creative. Stay tuned to find out how he did it... 🎬
We're heading to Natimuk this Saturday night for our second week of the Festival's 2019 Regional Tour! The surrounding areas of Natimuk boast some of Australia's most picturesque mountains, lakes and wineries. It's a three hour drive from Melbourne, and perhaps seeing some of Australia's Top Short Films again is an excuse to check out a part of Victoria you've never seen.Natimuk locals and Victorian wanderers, see you soon! 🎬 For ticketing info and a full list of tour locations, head to 365 Victoria
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