Now in its seventh year, the Peninsula Short Film Fest is the Peninsula`s iconic film event. What started out as 500 people packed into a theatre has become an annual pilgrimage of thousands heading to the Peninsula to enjoy quality short films FREE outdoors.
12 shortlisted films will be screened and judged live by a panel of celebrity judges, for a pool of $30K in cash and prizes.
The Mornington Peninsula Shire has provided $35K towards this fantastic program through an annual priority project.
At The Village Green, Rosebud, Saturday 4 February, 4.00pm – 10.30pm. General Admission is FREE. Bring a rug and some friends!
For more information, visit: http://www.peninsulashortfilmfest.com.au/
Entries are now open – up to $30K in cash and prizes up for grabs. First prize $5K, Second prize $2.5K and Third Prize $1250.
When: Entries by Friday December 9, 2016
The festival is looking for volunteers for the 4 Feb 2017 screening. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What: Entries for the 2017 Peninsula Short Film Fest are now being called for
When: Entry Closes 9 December 2016 and Screening is Saturday 4 February 2017
Where: Village Green Rosebud
What: PENINSULA SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
When: Saturday 6 February 2015. Entertainment from 4pm Screenings from 7pm
Where: Village Green Rosebud (Foreshore)
What: Call for entries to the 2016 Peninsula Short Film Festival
When: Film Entries close December 18 Festival is Saturday 6 February 2016
Where: Festival is FREE and held on the Village Green Rosebud. Entertainment from 4pm Film Screening @ 7pm
For Entry details, enquiries visit: peninsulashortfilmfestival.com.au
What: As part of the Peninsula Short Film Festival program a workshop on ‘How to make a Short Film is being offered. In the morning after the Film Festival
Where: Southern Peninsula Art Centre, 245 Eastbourne Road, Rosebud
When: Film festival Saturday 7 February (FREE) – Workshop Sunday February 8 10 am t0 4pm
Cost: $40 pp
Visit: http://www.southernpeninsulaartscentre.com/ (link in the arts Blog Roll)