Peninsula Film Festival

Peninsula Film Festival

The Peninsula Film Festival (PFF) is held annually in Victoria. Each year , up to 20 short listed films are screened and are judged live by a panel of celebrity judges…

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Closing Date

Dec 6, 2024

Location

Victoria

Artform

Film

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The Peninsula Film Festival (PFF) is held annually in Victoria.

Each year , up to 20 short listed films are screened and are judged live by a panel of celebrity judges and industry professionals – all competing for prizes. The Festival has garnered the support of some of the most respected and well known celebrities in the world including Sam Worthington and Russell Crowe to name a few. The Festival judging panel has also included top industry professionals such as Andrew Mason (Hopscotch and producer of the Matrix Dark City), Robert Connolly (Board Member Screen Australia and Australian Film Director Paper Planes, Balibo), John Molloy (Mushroom Pictures) and renowned Director Fred Schepisi. Filmmakers get an amazing opportunity to network with top industry professionals.

PFF attracts film-makers and filmgoers from all over the country and is supported by Industry bodies including VICscreen.

Filmmakers of any level are encouraged to submit a short film up to twelve minutes in length by the cut off date.

If successful, your film may also be screened at a later stage at PFF activations and packages (please see FULL T&Cs on website).

There is a mountain of great prizes for PFF winners.

PFF SHORT FILM CATEGORY
FIRST PRIZE – $5K CASH
SECOND PRIZE – $2.5K CASH
THIRD PRIZE – $1250 CASH
WOODLEIGH EMERGING FILMMAKER AWARD (Open to any Australian student 18 years and under) $500 CASH, entrants MUST include their date of birth to be considered in this category).
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Prizes are also awarded for Best Actor, Best Cinematography, Best Documentary and Best Animation

Films MUST be 12 minutes in length or less (including credits)

For more information, visit Peninsula Film Festival