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Very Short Film Festival – Premier Event

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The Very Short Film Festival calls you to get creative

Join us at Spring Bay Mill on Friday 20 May 2022 for a viewing of the shortlisted films and to announce the winners for the Very Short Film Festival. Meet the filmmakers, enjoy canapés and a free welcome drink.

Welcome drinks and canapes 5.30pm to 6pm.
Guests must be seated by 6pm.

The Very Short Film Festival asks filmmakers to get creative in a short 2–5 minute film with a reference to the 2022 signature theme ‘SPRING’ for a chance to win from a range of cash prizes and awards. Presented by Artology, Spring Bay Mill and Guardian Australia.

Premier Screening Event: Friday 20 May 2022, 5.30pm
The event will include live music and dinner following the screening of the shortlisted films.

If you are interested in entering a short film for the festival the submission deadline in Monday 25 April 2022. See website for details: https://veryshortfilmfestival.com.au/

Categories

  1. Junior Category: 21 years of age or under at the time of entry.
  2. Open Category: 22 years and over.

Awards & Prizes

  • Three (3) prizes awarded in each category.
  • Cash prizes from $500 to $5K per category.
  • Free travel and accommodation to attend the Premier Event at Spring Bay Mill.
  • Mentorship.

Festival Submission Information and Livestream: https://veryshortfilmfestival.com.au/

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