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Posted 29 May 2013 @ 9:15pm

In 1984, the St Kilda Film Festival’s inaugural year, the Festival’s director Nigel Buesst placed great emphasis on “uncompromising individuality”. This philosophy is mirrored by the culture of St Kilda itself – artistic, original and unapologetically so. Now celebrating its 30th year, it’s no surprise that the Festival has teamed up Claudette Godfrey – the Short Film Programmer at gargantuan...

Posted 2 May 2013 @ 1:14pm

Australia's premier short film festival, St. Kilda Film Festival, returns for its 30th anniversary this year, and to celebrate, the festival has an action-packed program.


Opening the festival will be the annual red carpet night, accompanied with a special screening of selected films from this year's top 100. Following this will be festival highlights including My Mind's Own...

Posted 7 May 2012 @ 12:40pm

Every year it comes around, and every year we love it more and more. Now in its 29th year, there seems to be no slowing down for the mature (yet still young at heart) St Kilda Film Festival. 


Think about it – six days of must-see short films and industry events. Can’t get much sweeter than that, right?
Renowned as the premiere short film festival in Australia,...

Posted 26 Apr 2012 @ 7:30am

Now in its 29th year, and renowned as the premiere short film festival in Australia, St Kilda Film Festival screens Australia’s Top 100 short films in competition alongside the best new music videos with the SoundKILDA program. Now it's time to feast your eyes upon the details of the 2012 programme.


Highlights from the Top 100 competition include the world premiere of Cryo,...

Posted 14 Jun 2011 @ 2:08pm

If you’re an aspiring young filmmaker aged 25 and under and you haven’t heard about MAFMAD then you’re missing out on a $25,000 opportunity and a chance to see your name on the silver screen. The Make A Film, Make A Difference project seeks young filmmakers with smart ideas for a two-minute film addressing the grim statistics of fatalities on Victorian roads.



Posted 19 May 2011 @ 4:16pm

Writer and director of the thought-provoking short BEAT which features in this year’s St Kilda Film Festival, Matt Day's acting career has taken him from A Country Practice to Paper Giants. Ever wondered what would happen if he was in the driver's seat as writer/director? Find out at this year's St Kilda Film Festival.


St Kilda Film Festival returns May 24-29 with a huge...

Posted 14 Feb 2011 @ 12:01am
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