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Dipped in Black. Image: St Kilda Film Festival
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St Kilda Film Festival announces 2024 award winners

All the winners of the St Kilda Film Festival 2024, featuring top short films from Australia's best filmmakers.

Sydney Film Festival 2024, Documentary winner Welcome to Babel.
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Sydney Film Festival 2024 winners announced

Italian hit There's Still Tomorrow, Australian documentary Welcome to Babel, and short film Die Bully Die were among the winners…

Kea Gargiulo with her winner's trophy. Image: Very Short Film Festival
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Very Short Film Festival prize winners announced

Check out the winners of the 2024 Very Short Film Festival for films of 2-5 minutes.

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In the Doghouse: new Australian prison short examines a journey after incarceration

23 year old Aron Attiwell hopes to get In the Doghouse on the global festival circuit.

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Red, White and Blue: the Roe v Wade short film that's gunning for an Oscar

Australian producer Sara McFarlane and British director Nazrin Choudhury talk about their short film.

Still from Chi Tran’s film, ‘ The Sun Sets and Once Again the Earth is Upright’. Image: Courtesy the artists. Two women with dark long hair sitting near a river bank with their backs facing the viewer. They are leaning on each other.
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The Sun Sets and Once Again the Earth is Upright

Writer and filmmaker Chi Tran shares the collaborative process and vision behind her new short film.

Still from short film 'Jia'. Image: Supplied. A white man stands on the left staring off into the distance, while an Asian woman stands beside him, smiling with hair flowing in the wind. They are both seen from the chest up and wearing black jackets.
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A director’s secret letter to his mother

Director Vee Shi says his short film 'Jia' is 'a letter to my mother. It encapsulates my deepest love for…

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Bus Stop Films: 18 'inclusively made' shorts to tour Australia

The touring films were created by 180 filmmakers, all young adults with mild-to-moderate intellectual disability or autism.

Sweet Juices. Image is of a dark bathroom with orange light coming through a slatted window. A woman of Asian appearance and long dark hair sits on the toilet looking despondent, while a bearded man in a striped apron stands in the bath looking at his phone.
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Interview with the creatives behind Sweet Juices

In conversation with Sydney-based co-directors Will Suen and Sejon Im, and their irreverent and rumbustious short film, ‘Sweet Juices’.

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All Silent Dogs and other disability-led films to screen at The Other Film Festival

The magical realist short will screen at Australia's international disability film festival this November.

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