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The 48 Hour Film Project Sydney

The 48 Hour Film Project will be held over one weekend in which your chosen team makes a movie together. You will have just 48 Hours to write, shoot, edit and score it. Read More >>

Coffs Coast Local Food Film Festival

CCLFFF

Coffs Coast Local Food Film Festival presents films about our most important life sustaining resource; food! The purpose of the film festival is to educate the public on issues regarding our current food systems including modern food production, distribution and consumption, and their effects on our health, the environment, human rights, and local and global economies. Read More >>

Revelation Perth International Film Festival 2010

Revelation, fast becoming the SXSW of the southern hemisphere, has its biggest and best fest yet coming up in 2010. Get up close and personal with your indie filmmaking heroes and submit your film to be programmed alongside Australia’s most cutting edge official selection!

www.revelationfilmfest.org

John Jameson Productions

John Jameson Productions is an initiative to give aspiring creative minds – just like you – the opportunity to get your short film idea made and screened at film events all over Australia. All you need is a cracker idea with an unexpected ending. The three winners had their short films produced in 2010 with a budget of $20K each.

www.johnjamesonproductions.com.au

Canberra Short film Festival

The Canberra Short Film Festival, now in it’s fourteenth year, is a national competition and Canberra’s premier short film festival presenting quality regional and national short films.

Funded by the ACT Government, the festival is a celebration of Australian filmmaking and is firmly positioned on the Canberra cultural calendar with it’s unique indy-glitz atmosphere; attracting the crowds from all across Australia to the Dendy Cinemas in Canberra.

www.csff.com.au

BigPond Adelaide Film Festival

Since it premiered in 2003, the Festival has won acclaim and awards for its innovative programming, established itself as a landmark event and, importantly, helped re-establish South Australia as a leader in the nation’s film industry. Read More >>

Flickerfest

Flickerfest is Australia’s premier short film festival, and only Academy accredited short film festival, showcasing Australian and International short films at the annual festival in Bondi each January, then touring nationally around Australia. Flickerfest is also a distribution bureau for over 200 short films from around Australia for national and international markets.

www.flickerfest.com.au/

WOW International Film Festival

Women in Film and Television NSW is committed to improving the status of women, both on and off the screen, by supporting and advancing women working in the film, television and related screen industries. We are a membership based non-profit organisation.

www.wift.org

HUMAN RIGHTS ARTS & FILM FESTIVAL

Australia’s freshest and most innovative festival is running across Australia and is proving to be a hit. Bringing you the boldest films, artwork and music from all over the globe, this year’s HRAFF is challenging, touching and inspiring audiences from all walks of life. This festival is more than just food for thought: it’s about growing and feeding a brighter future!

www.hraff.org.au

SCINEMA

SCINEMA, a science film, video and multimedia festival, brings a program of science drama, documentaries, and short subjects, as well as a number of guest speakers, to venues from Cairns to Hobart, and Sydney to Perth.Since its launch in 2000, SCINEMA has played to tens of thousands of people across Australia. SCINEMA gives many filmmakers an opportunity to have their films, sometimes obscure but always terrific, be seen by an audience. SCINEMA will also play select venues in New Zealand and the United Kingdom, India and the United States.

www.csiro.au/scinema

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