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Entertainment in the Byron Shire and beyond for the week beginning 24 February, 2021

Entertainment in the Byron Shire and beyond for the week beginning 24 February, 2021

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Issues of queue jumping, the allocation of Tweed Shire Council’s resources in both time and money, and responding to...

Call to protect oceans from plastic and pollution

A new sign has been installed at Main Beach, Byron Bay, calling for increased awareness and collective action on the issue of marine debris and pollution. 

Put the finishing touches to your short film masterpieces!

Next Monday 12 December is the closing date for entries in the fourth annual Byron All Shorts film competition.

Films of all genres up to 30 minutes in length and from all age groups will be judged on their merit by the audience. Prize packages with a total value of $5,000 are up for grabs. These include the SCCU $500 cash prize, SAE short courses, Avid Media Composer, Gorilla Film production software, Manage Your Film software packages, In Your Face Productions’ four-hour shoot/edit package, Screenworks memberships, Italian At The Pacific dinners and more.

The finalists will screen at Bangalow A&I Hall on 21 January at 5pm.

Byron All Shorts finalists will see their films up on the big screen as part of the twenty-first Flickerfest International Short Film Festival. Australia’s only Academy-accredited short-film festival returns to our region for the fourteenth year in a row on 20–22 January.

Enter your short film for the chance to be screened with the freshest, cutting-edge shorts from this region, Australia and the world.

Byron All Shorts is presented by iQ Arts & Eco Inc. Visit www.iQ.org.au for info and entry forms. For further enquiries or to volunteer call 6684 5577.

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