Perthians, Flickerfest 2015, the 24th International Short Film Festival, will be screening at Camelot Outdoor Cinema from 5th – 8th of March 2015. Flickerfest brings us ‘Short Films – Licensed To Thrill’ . Audiences will experience the best of short films from Australia and around the World.
Come for the OPENING NIGHT on Thursday 5 March at 6.30pm. Enjoy delicious drinks from sponsors Little Creatures, Rosnay and VodkaO, and wood-fired pizza from the Camelot Café and Japanese from Wok ‘n’ Roll.*(*whilst stocks last).
DJ Nathan Nisbet will be spinning 007-themed tunes so come down and get your Bond on! Highlights from the Best of Australian Shorts include Florence Has Left The Building, by Mirrah Foulkes and Alex White, starring the Oscar-nominated actress Jacki Weaver, along with WA filmmaker Kelli Cross’s One Fine Day about a young woman who comes to realise that some things in life are beyond her control, and all that is left is love and hope.
Full programme HERE.
Best of International 1
Audiences will journey to France, Mozambique, Ireland, Japan, Switzerland, New Zealand and Norway in the first night of the Best of International 1 on Friday 6 March. Highlights include the Irish short Boogaloo & Graham,set in 1970’s Belfast and following two young boys as they discover the facts of life aided by the help of their pet chickens, nominated for a 2015 Oscar for Live Action Short Film; and Oh Lucy,from Japan, the story of a 55-year-old single ‘office lady’s’ awakening. The night will open with local short The Fan, directed by Antony Webb and produced by Emilia Jolakoska. Full programme HERE
Best of International 2
The Best of International 2 continues bringing worldwide stories to the big screen from Russia, Denmark, Germany, Iceland, Hungary, the UK and Turkey on Saturday 7 March. The night will open with WA-made short High Tide and includes Chum (Hjónabandssæla), a fascinating film from Iceland featuring two lifelong friends who find their small-town routine thrown into peril when a buxom woman their own age shows up in their hot tub, and The Chicken, which follows six-year-old Selma’s mission save a live chicken and the chaos that ensues. Full programme HERE.
Short Laughs Comedy
A hilariously off-kilter selection of funny shorts, with chortle-inducing stories from Switzerland, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Australia, UK, and Belgium and France will feature on the Short Laughs comedy programme on Sunday 8 March. The night will open with local film Date and includesthe very amusing Pony Place from the Netherlands, in which Grandma Koba has to take care of her grandchild Emma’s digital horse farm, which will keep a smile on your face. Full programme HERE.