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Bondi Short Film Festival

The Bondi Short Film Festival was established by Francis Coady in 2001. Initially the festival began as a favour to his friends who had missed out on entering films in other festivals in Sydney as they had already screened their films in other states of Australia. Read More >>

Mardi Gras Film Festival

The Mardi Gras Film Festival has grown considerably since 1993. It is now one of Australia’s largest film festivals of any kind, and one of the top five queer film festivals in the world. It is highly regarded by filmmakers all over the world, and is the most important avenue for promoting gay and lesbian titles to distributors and exhibitors in this territory.

Sydney Underground Film Festival

The third annual Sydney Underground Film Festival takes place from 10 – 13 September 2009 at the Factory Theatre, 105 Victoria Rd Enmore. With a bigger and better line up for 2009 and lots of pre and post activities in store, sign up to the mailing list and make sure you are informed!

Sydney International Film Festival

Long-running festival held in June each year.

Shorts Film Festival


Shorts presents a showcase of Australian talent across a week of lounge-style film screenings. Set in non-cinematic venues, Shorts is an intimate event that combines great film, fabulous food and a cocktail atmosphere to create a uniquely creative vibe. The festival is fantastic opportunity for filmmakers, artists, corporate and the general public to mingle, creating a very enthusiastic audience.

The fesival continues to grow, attracting an audience of almost 2000 over 8 nights during the 2011 Festival. Read More >>

Over The Fence

Our festival is unique in that not only do we celebrate Australian comedy in its widest range – films which touch people, give them joy, laughter and something to think about – but we also actively encourage people to participate by creating their own films about what is important to them and their communities in their own voice and in their own form of comedy.

Melbourne Queer Film Festival

The second largest queer film festival in Australia and exhibits up to 100 features, docos, shorts, and experimental works from Australia and around the world over 10 days. It is the highlight of queer Melbourne’s cultural calendar.

Melbourne International Film Festival

The Melbourne International Film Festival brings together a myriad of cinema cultures and their filmmakers for one event. On this site you can check out the festival programme, screening schedule, special events, Australian showcases, International panorama, regional focus and more.

Melbourne International Animation

A celebration of the very best of international and Australian animation showcasing the painstaking, amazing work of artists and filmmakers who have discovered that in this medium they can go anywhere their imagination leads them. Find out everything you need to know about the festival here.

Italian Film Festival


Viva cinema Italiano! National Film Festival showcasing new release and old films from Italy.

When my father came up with the idea to start his own Italian Film Festival 12 years ago, we could not have imagined that it would grow into such a colourful and highly anticipated national event, screening over 6 weeks at 13 Palace Cinemas in Australia, to an enthusiastic audience of Italo- Australians, italophiles and film buffs.

This year, I’m excited to reveal the line-up of Read More >>

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