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A documentary about the northern rivers’ Knitting Nannas has previously been selected to screen at Sydney’s Flickerfest.

Got an idea for a short film? Well you have until the Friday December 14 to get it shot, wrapped and entered in the 2019 Byron All Shorts film competition.

Byron All Shorts celebrates the film-making talent of the northern rivers region and encourages audiences to experience the many amazing films and local stories that are produced here each year,’ said organiser Shane Rennie.

If you are a filmmaker in the northern rivers you can submit a short film of up to 30 minutes in length from all genres.

‘We are proud to have continued providing inspiration and a world calibre benchmark for local filmmakers since 1999 by presenting Flickerfest International Film Festival Tour screenings and a dedicated screening platform for local filmmakers since 2006,’ said Shane.

Byron All Shorts finalists will be screened on January 26 at the Mullumbimby Civic Hall as part of the Mullum Flickerfest 2019 on 25–27 January.

‘They will be shown alongside the best of short films in Australia and the world,’ said Shane.

Prizes and cash to the value of around $3,000 will be included in awards for the Flickerfest-iQ Best Short Film Award, the SAE Qantm Emerging Talent Award, the Peoples Choice Award and more that recognising the incredible talent in this region.

Find entry forms online. 


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