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Evening Screening at 9.10pm
Doors Open: Thursday/Friday 5.00pm
Saturday/Sunday 3.00pm
General Admission $20.00
Group Bookings 10+ $15.00
Drinks & Dinner Package $40.00
Prices are per person
SCREENINGS
Frome Street Surf Life Saving Club
Cnr Pirie and Frome Street, Adelaide
BOOKINGS ONLINE
shortsfilmfestival2014.eventbrite.com
Limited tickets available at the door.
Concession and Group Tickets are
available for weekly screenings.
CLASSIFICATION
All films screened during the Festival are
unclassified and may contain adult themes.
Admission only to 18 years and over.
FOUR NIGHTS
OF AWARD
WINNING FILMS
UNDER THE
STARS WITH THE
SAND BETWEEN
YOUR TOES
PROGRAM
THURSDAY
Doors open: 5.00pm
DJ Paul Gurry and DJ Dexter: 5.00—9.10pm
Short Films: 9.10—10.55pm
Bar closes at midnight
FRIDAY
Doors open: 5.00pm
DJ Ocky and DJ Dexter: 5.00—9.10pm
Short Films: 9.10— 10.55pm
Bar closes at midnight
SATURDAY
Doors open: 3.00pm
Eric The Falcon and DJ Dexter: 3.00—9.10pm
Short Films: 9.10—10.55pm
Bar closes at midnight
SUNDAY
Doors open: 3.00pm
Flamingo DJ’s and DJ Dexter: 3.00—8.40pm
Awards Ceremony: 8.40—9.10pm
Short Films: 9.10—10.55pm
Bar closes at midnight
FROM THE CHAIR — THE ART OF STORYTELLING
On behalf of the Board of the Shorts Film
Festival, it is my pleasure to welcome you to this
year’s festival. Shorts came to life in February
2003, screening all entered films in a venue that
was once a motor garage. Shorts has since grown,
and now features the Top 30 films from entries
received Australia-wide and from Asia-Pacific.
Marking a new era in the Festival’s
11-year history, Shorts is very
excited to bring you this year’s
festival outdoors at the Frome
Street Surf Life Saving Club.
Ross Ganf, the Creative Director
behind Adelaide Festival’s
Barrio and Lola’s Pergola, has
transformed Stratco City Beach
into a unique outdoor cinema.
Once a biennial event, it is now
an annual fixture with a style that
is uniquely ‘Shorts’. This is not
cinema as you expect it. You are
part of the screening, not just a
passive viewer. With great wine
from Alpha Box & Dice, delicious
food from Golden Gullet, music
from DJ Dexter and the Adelaide
vinyl beach combers, and the
highest quality screening and
sound systems from Mosaic
Audio Visual, you can enjoy
true entertainment—an eclectic
collection of films to make you
think and spark conversation.
The Shorts experience is all
about sitting down with friends,
or strangers who may well
become your friends by the end
of the night, and discussing what
you’ve just experienced. Who
knows, the filmmaker may even
be right next to you... this is what
Shorts is all about.
None of this would be
possible without the generous
and committed support from
our sponsors. We are especially
grateful to those who began the
journey with us and who have
remained alongside us for the ride
—Kojo Group, sector7g and Best
Fx—their incredible passion for
film and creative work has helped
to nurture Shorts.
And of course we are
delighted with the continuing
support of sponsors such as
Flinders University, Beach Energy,
Finlaysons and Kennedy & Co,
who share our vision for the
festival and its future.
All of the Directors and
many of the staff are volunteers,
putting countless hours into
an event that we truly love.
Our judges—more than fifty
every year—watch every entry
and provide considered and
thoughtful feedback to ensure
that the films presented to you
are truly all about the story.
We trust that you will have an
immensely enjoyable time during
the show.
Lastly, I would like to thank
our festival management team,
Anastasia Renfrey, Ross Ganf
and Travis Kalendra who have
worked tirelessly to make Shorts
a success.
To all our filmmakers,
sponsors, patrons, supporters,
judges, volunteers, guests and
audience members who make this
event possible, we thank you!
Paul Jorgensen (Chair)
On behalf of the Board of
Festival Directors:
Teri Whiting (Founding Director),
Yuko Nakayama, John MacPhail,
Alison Wotherspoon and
Kirsty Stark.
AWARDS AND PRIZES
Shorts Film Festival offers a lucrative prize pool made
possible by the generous support of the festival’s sponsors.
The festival aims to assist filmmakers to hone their craft
and further their careers in filmmaking through the
provision of quality industry-based prizes, opportunities
and encouragement.
The festival thanks its sponsors for the outstanding prizes
provided for Shorts Film Festival 2014.
GOLD SHORTS SPONSORED
BY KENNEDY & CO
Trip to an international
Film Festival (Cannes/Berlin/
Sundance/Annecy)—including
return airfare, festival registration
and quality accommodation
within close proximity.
The Gold Shorts prize provides
the recipient with valuable
networking opportunities to
further their career and offers an
insight into the mechanisms of
the global market place.
SILVER SHORTS
SPONSORED BY BEST FX
Two days use of a ‘Boom
Sound’ Mixing Theatre (Dolby 5.1
approved mixing facility) to the
value of $6000.
SHORTS BEST YOUNG
FILM-MAKER SPONSORED
BY KOJO GROUP
SHORTS BEST DOCUMENTARY
PRIZE SPONSORED BY
KINO FILMS
Post Production Services—
including editing and colour
grading—to the value of $7000.
Cash prize of $1,000
generously donated by Kerry
Heysen of Kino Films.
BLACK SHORTS:
SHORTS BEST INDIGENOUS
FILM SPONSORED BY
BEACH ENERGY
SHORTS MERIT AWARDS:
BEST EMERGING
SCREENWRITER SPONSORED
BY THE AUSTRALIAN
DIRECTORS GUILD AND THE
AUSTRALIAN WRITERS’ GUILD
Prize to the value of $10 000
and determined in consultation
with the winner. This prize may
be taken as a trip to an overseas
festival, as ongoing education
and professional development or
as equipment. The intent of the
prize is to foster the making of
indigenous films.
One year full membership
with the Australian Writers’ Guild
& the Australian Directors Guild.
MERIT SPONSORED BY AFTRS
$350 credit for an AFTRS
course of the winner’s choosing.
JOHN CHATAWAY FESTIVAL LEGEND AWARD
The inaugural Shorts Film Festival Legend Award was
presented in 2009. Following the untimely passing of a
dearly loved friend and colleague in the South Australian
film industry, John Chataway, the Shorts Board honored him
and his unswerving support for the festival by renaming the
award in his memory. The John Chataway Festival Legend
Award is given at the discretion of the Board to someone who
is deemed to have given meritorious service to Shorts Film
Festival over a long period of time and made a significant
contribution to its ongoing success.
2013
RECIPIENT
2012
RECIPIENT
2011
RECIPIENT
2009
RECIPIENT
HELEN
LEAKE
DAVID
LIGHTFOOT
LARA
HODGE
BEN
BARNETT
PRIZE JUDGES
Kerry Heysen
Producer
Kino Films (Aust)
Color and Movement (USA)
Kerry has worked predominately
in the USA for the last fifteen
years, working with Universal
Studios and Warner Bros.
Currently she is in post
production on the American
feature film Fallen based on the
best selling novel. She is also
producing Fiddlesticks, a feature
documentary of passion and
possession inspired by the four
Guadagnini instruments based in
South Australia.
Her films have had wonderful
casts in the legendary John
Gielgud, Anthony Hopkins and
edgier actors such as Ethan Hawk.
These films have also brought to
the screens the amazing talents
of younger actors such as Abigail
Breslin and Anton Yelchin and
Reeve Carney.
Kerry’s company developed
the Oscar winning Shine, which
was the film that launched her
in the USA. Kerry is a member
of the Australian Academy of
Cinema and Television Arts and
the Producers Guild of America.
Helen Leake
Producer
DuoArt Productions
Helen is one of Australia’s most
experienced producers and her
credits include Wolf Creek 2,
Number 1 at the Australian box
office on its domestic release
in 2014, Swerve starring Jason
Clarke, Black and White featuring
Robert Carlyle and Heaven’s
Burning with Russell Crowe.
Her films have sold worldwide
and also have been chosen for
festivals such as Venice, Toronto
and London.
Helen also headed the South
Australian Film Corporation
as CEO and served as
Commissioner on the Australian
Film Corporation, now part of
Screen Australia.
Viron Papadopoulos
Head, Industry Development
and Production, South Australian
Film Corporation
Viron Papadopoulos has a
long association with the
South Australian film industry
beginning with roles as editor
and production accountant in
TV and film.
Viron has produced and
directed documentaries for the
ABC and SBS and made multi
award winning short films as
well as volunteering on various
industry councils and boards.
His years of experience as
a bouncer, warfie and manager
of a saloon in a mining town
directly inform his current
role as Head of Industry and
Development at the South
Australian Film Corporation.
PRELIMINARY JUDGES
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Troy Bellchambers
Creative Director, Monkeystack
Marcus Bosisto
Bosisto Grips
JoAnne Bouzianis-Sellick
Cinematographer
Helen Carter
DOP
Leona Cichon
Producer
Matthew Cormack
Co-writer/Prodcuer,
Closer Productions
Dom Cosentino
Partner, Kennedy & Co.
Anna Davison
Art Inq
Kathleen Dooley
Associate Lecturer, Screen and
Media, Flinders Univeristy
Verity Edwards
The Australian
Nic Eldridge
Creative Director,
sector7g.com.au
Cate Elliot
Filmmaker
Beverley Freeman
Costumer,
Makeup & Hair Designer
Matt Gilbertson
Sunday Mail
Ross Guerin
Merit prize winner 2009
Kelly Haines
Script Supervisor
Caitlin Hall
Script Supervisor/Production
Assistant
Brad Halstead
DOP
Bettina Hamilton
Production Executive,
Southern Light Alliance
Fiona Holdsworth
Partner, Finlaysons
Helen Ivich
Producer
Daniel Joyce
Producer, Projector Films
Mark Knight
Screen Nerds, Script Consultant
1st AD
Mike Lim
Filmmaker
Kathryn Lincoln
Partner, Finlaysons
Bryan Mason
Director/Editor/
Cinematographer,
Closer Productions
Nick Matthews
Director
Kelly Noble
CEO, Glam Digital
Tim Noonan
Reporter, Channel 7
Sharyn Pancione
Producer
Daniel Principe
Producer/Director/Colourist/
Editor, Studio Sunkie
Jonathan Rossiter ACS
Cinematographer of the Year
2013
Miles Rowland
Cinematographer
Andrada Tudor
SAFC
Mike Walsh
Associate Professor, Screen and
Media, Flinders University
Sam Wark
Director/Creative
Anders Wotzke
Editor/Film Journalist, moviedex
NEW SOUTH WALES
Lucy Gaffy
Lulabelle Films
Claire Tonkin
Drama Executive, Network Ten
VICTORIA
Dr Craig Batty
School of Media and
Communication, RMIT University
Amiel Courtin-Wilson
Director/Producer/Writer
Hollie Fifer
Documentary Director/Producer
Luke Jurevicius
Producer, Vishus Productions
Peter Krausz
Film Critic/Film Journalist/Radio
Broadcaster, 3NRG 99.3FM
Mark Lipkin
LipkinFilms
Andy Mullins
Director
Annabelle Murphy
Academic, Victorian College of
the Arts, University of Melbourne
INTERNATIONAL
Alethea Jones
Director, Winner Tropfest 2012
Louisa Mignone
Actor
QUENCHING
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TWILIGHT
SETS
THURSDAY 20TH NOVEMBER
REVIVE
WELCOME TO IRON KNOB
DRAMA / WA / 07:00
COMEDY / SA / 20:53
DIRECTOR: Ruben Pracas
DIRECTOR: Dave Wade
WRITER: Chae Ryan & Ruben Pracas
WRITER: Dave Wade
PRODUCER: Chae Ryan, Jess Black
& Ruben Pracas
A young businessman decides to take it upon
himself to be the change he wishes to see in the
world. One crazy costume at a time.
FUN CITY
PRODUCER: Alexandra Blue
After a young boy accidentally shoots a stranger
with his father’s gun, it is left to the nonchalant
townsfolk to cover it up as quickly as possible—
so they can get back to doing whatever it was that
they were doing before.
HORRIE
DRAMA / VIC / 12:18
DOCUMENTARY / NSW / 09:30
DIRECTOR: Justin Olstein
DIRECTOR: Lucas Li
WRITER: WRITER: Lucas Li
Andrew Kavanagh
PRODUCER: Matt Downey
PRODUCER: Ashlea Dicks
When a sullen theme park worker is prevented from
speaking to his son on his birthday, he takes his
frustration out on a young co-worker, and discovers
that his bare anger cannot bring about a better
parenting scenario but a changed perspective can.
From stray pup to war hero to quarantine hazard,
Horrie is the amazing true story of Australia’s most
beloved war dog and his lifelong companion, Private
Jim Moody.
DOORS OPEN: 5PM
SCREENING: 9.10—10.55PM
DJ PAUL GURRY + DJ DEXTER
5.00—9.10PM
SAILBOATS
EMO (THE MUSICAL)
DRAMA / QLD / 14:48
COMEDY / VIC / 15:51
DIRECTOR: Rachel Anderson
DIRECTOR: Neil Triffett
WRITER: Marlon Shingles
WRITER: Neil Triffett
PRODUCER: Rachel Anderson
PRODUCER: Lee Matthews
A family must pull together to help their autistic son
find strength & inspiration in a challenging world.
When Ethan, an Emo kid who hates almost
everything, falls in love with Trinity, a good Christian
girl with a passion for life and her Lord Jesus Christ,
will they be able to live happily ever after?
POCKET MONEY
DRAMA / NSW / 10:00
DIRECTOR: Matt Durrant
WRITER: Matt Durrant
PRODUCER: Matthew Thorne
Two schoolboys, Charlie and Izzy, wander home
from school when a shooting occurs in the street
and they are confronted with the gunman.
FRIDAY 21ST NOVEMBER
A SILENT WALTZ
I AM EMMANUEL
DRAMA / VIC / 11:56
DRAMA / NSW / 19:40
DIRECTOR: Isaac Elliott
DIRECTOR:
WRITER: Isaac Elliott
WRITER: Genevieve Clay-Smith, Noel Franco
& Mandela Mathia
PRODUCER: Kelsey Lefoe
Madeline is excited for the annual regional dance.
On the cusp of teenage-hood, she must overcome
her deafness to ask Wyatt to the dance.
NINE
Genevieve Clay-Smith
PRODUCER: Eleanor Winkler, Isha Kamara
& Genevieve Clay-Smith
After fleeing from war-torn Sudan with his family,
Emmanuel finds the chance to start a new life in
Australia offers many opportunities, and equally,
many challenges.
OUROBOROS
ANIMATION / BANGKOK / 08:33
DRAMA / NSW / 15:42
DIRECTOR: Chawalit Kaewmanee
& Wanichaya Phraejunya
DIRECTOR: Henry Boffin
WRITER: Liam Heyen
WRITER: Nitipat Somsaman
PRODUCER: Wanichaya Phraejunya
A story about a lively little cat who sold his spirit to
a demon in exchange for immortality, not knowing
that this exchange would change his life...forever.
PRODUCER: Henry Boffin
A weary yet determined man obtains an illegal
time-travel device and travels back into his past,
attempting to stop the hit-and-run accident that
paralysed his wife 15 years before.
DOORS OPEN: 5PM
SCREENING: 9.10—10.55PM
DJ OCKY + DJ DEXTER
5.00—9.10PM
CLAN
BRAWL
DOCUMENTARY / NSW / 07:04
DRAMA / NSW / 10:36
DIRECTOR: Larissa Behrendt
DIRECTOR: Nadia Townsend
WRITER: Larissa Behrendt
WRITER: Nadia Townsend
PRODUCER: Sophie Wiesner
James Saunders was rejected by his mother and
then his father’s family but rebuilt a life for himself
when he joined The Convicts Rugby Club. This short
film tells his story in his own words.
WHERE DO LILACS COME FROM
PRODUCER: Natasha Ferguson
& Nadia Townsend
Brawl is a story about a young man who is
desperately trying to find his place in the
world, his misguided attempts to muscle an old
friendship over an afternoon of heavy drinking will
destroy him.
DATE
DRAMA / SA / 13:24
COMEDY / WA / 06:09
DIRECTOR: Matthew Thorne
DIRECTOR: WRITER: Matthew Thorne
WRITER:Katherine Marmion
& Chris Veerhuis
PRODUCER: Timothy Ward
What would you do if you were losing your mind?
An Alzheimers sufferer desperately tries to put
together the pieces of his past. ‘The past is in us, not
behind us.’
Chris Veerhuis
PRODUCER: Katherine Marmion
& Chris Veerhuis
Lovable Liz is bumbling and stumbling her way
through the world wide web of love, can she keep
quiet long enough to see if true loves what she
hooked on the net?
SATURDAY 22ND NOVEMBER
ALL GOD’S CREATURES
THE MARTYR
DRAMA / NSW / 18:00
DRAMA / SA / 14:59
DIRECTOR: Brendon McDonall
DIRECTOR: WRITER: Taylor Litton-Strain
WRITER: Daniel Phillips & Nic English
PRODUCER: Brendon McDonall
Having just lost their father, brothers Asher and
Charlie’s already fragile relationship undergoes a
test of almost mythic proportions when one of
them commits an act of mindless cruelty.
AT A DISTANCE
Daniel Phillips
PRODUCER: Daniel Vink, Daniel Phillips
& Andrew Graue
Two soldiers from either side of the conflict in Syria
endure the horrors caused by the situation around
them. Together they discover the truth of the war
and their own role within it.
THE GALLANT CAPTAIN
DOCUMENTARY / ACT / 07:03
ANIMATION / VIC / 08:08
DIRECTOR:
DIRECTOR: Katrina Mathers & Graeme Base
Baqir Rezaie
WRITER: Baqir Rezaie
WRITER: PRODUCER: Baqir Rezaie
PRODUCER: Katrina Mathers, Merrin Jensen,
Daryl Munton & Patrick Sarell
Abiha lives in dangerous Hazara community on the
outskirts of Quetta in Pakistan.
Graeme Base
A boy and his cat journey into unknown waters with
a bottle, a boat and a vivid imagination.
DOORS OPEN: 3PM
SCREENING: 9.10—10.55PM
ERIC THE FALCON + DJ DEXTER
3.00—9.10PM
CARRY ON
THE APPRENTICE
DRAMA / ASIA / 16:24
COMEDY / VIC / 06:10
DIRECTOR: Yatao Li
DIRECTOR: Damon Escott & Steve Baker
WRITER: Yatao Li
WRITER:Steve Baker
PRODUCER: Yatao Li
PRODUCER: Steve Kearney & Leanne Tonkes
In Japan-occupied China during World War II a
father does what he can to save his daughter.
Meet Wayne... Lonely. Awkward. Apprentice
mortician. It’s no longer safe to die.
THE COLOUR OF KEROSENE
DRAMA / SA / 15:00
DIRECTOR: Rory Noke
WRITER: Cameron Raynes
PRODUCER: Eleanor Jean Perry
Out of fuel, out of luck, out-back, a taxi driver must
escape his passengers when he realises they plan to
kill him.
SUNDAY 23RD NOVEMBER
AWARDS CEREMONY: 8.40—9.10PM
FRONTIER
THE FABRIC
DRAMA / NSW / 13:19
DRAMA / VIC / 15:00
DIRECTOR: Alexandra Edmondson
DIRECTOR: Thomas Baricevic
WRITER: WRITER: Thomas Baricevic
Alexandra Edmondson
PRODUCER: Cassie Kelly
Gracie is the eight year-old daughter of a white
settler. While exploring she discovers Toora, an
Aboriginal woman and her baby hiding in the stables
near their house. Gracie believes Toora is playing
hide and seek but the sinister truth is that Toora
and her baby are the sole survivors of a massacre
perpetrated by Gracie’s father, William.
UNDER THE VEST
PRODUCER: Cameron Moloney
& Thomas Baricevic
A chance meeting with a local teenage boy shows a
young Sudanese teen the town in a new light.
COFFEE?
DOCUMENTARY / VIC / 06:49
COMEDY / SA / 14:37
DIRECTOR: Natahnee Veitch
& Therese Philippa
DIRECTOR:
WRITER: Therese Philippa
PRODUCER: Christopher Kosmer
The pain, loneliness and hope of living under the line
is explored in this documentary about the lives of
Sydney’s Big Issue vendors.
Steve Lockley
WRITER: Steve Lockley
PRODUCER: Pia West
A short black film about workplace relationships,
mate-ship, how far you would go for a friend, and a
deep love of coffee.
DOORS OPEN: 3PM
SCREENING: 9.10—10:55PM
FLAMINGO DJ’S + DJ DEXTER
3.00—8.40PM
RAVI & JANE
DEATH OF A LEGEND (RAI SIN SOOD)
DRAMA / NSW / 13:35
DRAMA / BANGKOK / 09:50
DIRECTOR: Stuart O’Rourke
DIRECTOR: Poj Pitakjamnong
WRITER: Stuart O’Rourke
WRITER:
Poj Pitakjamnong
PRODUCER: Leah James
A heart warming short film which tells the story of
two class mates who strike up a budding friendship.
ONE FINE DAY
PRODUCER: Jompak Anfone
& Poj Pitakjamnong
With dissent against the social system, a young
contract killer takes his first job on a hit to take
down a legendary hitman.
MANNY GETS CENSORED
DRAMA / WA / 10:03
COMEDY / NSW / 08:00
DIRECTOR: Kelli Cross
DIRECTOR: Graeme Robertson
WRITER: Kelli Cross
WRITER:
Graeme Robertson
PRODUCER: Kelrick Martin
PRODUCER: Graeme Robertson
Trying to stay strong for her family on what proves
to be a distressing and difficult day, a young woman
comes to realize that some things in life are beyond
her control. All that is left is love and hope.
A heartbroken young man discovers his life has
literally been censored.
FROM LITTLE THINGS
BIG THINGS GROW
Many short films are labours of love, made on
microscopic budgets within limited resources by
enthusiastic emerging filmmakers. Often these
creative teams meet up while studying and go on
to forge successful careers.
After directing award winning short films, which
include My Last Ten Hours with You, Elephantiasis
and Necessary Games, former Flinders University
student, Sophie Hyde, has gone onto international
acclaim as the director of the feature film
52 Tuesdays. Sophie, in collaboration with former
Flinders University students Rebecca Summerton,
Matt Bate and Bryan Mason are Closer Productions,
an Adelaide based collective of filmmakers that
is having some remarkable success nationally and
internationally. That 52 Tuesdays won awards at the
Sundance Film Festival and Berlin International Film
Festival – while working from Adelaide, makes it
even more remarkable.
Sophie believes part of the reason for Closer’s
success is the support they are able to offer each
other because of the relationships they have
developed since meeting as first year Screen and
Media students at Flinders.
“When I finished school I was going to take a year
off but then I came to Flinders and saw a film
lecture. I was so excited by it that I decided to enrol.
“It was during our first year that we all met
– although we only came together at Closer
Productions later. We’re all really close friends now
and because of that we’re able to be fairly brutal
with each other about how things are going.
“That’s absolutely a product of knowing each other
for such a long time, but it’s also just part of who
we are as people, because we’re all very driven by
our work.
“I thought when you grew up you met and got along
with lots of people but as I got older I realised that
it’s actually quite rare and you should hold onto
those people.
Asked whether she has advice for young Australian
film makers, Ms Hyde says they should be clear
about what they want, and not assume they have to
do it the conventional way.
“When we were going through Flinders I didn’t feel
like you could make films and stay in Adelaide,”
she said. “There were some exceptions, like Scott
Hicks, but generally I felt like it was all happening
somewhere else.
“I hope that young film makers will look at the
success of 52 Tuesdays and how we work at Closer,
which has been set up so that we can make films in
South Australia, and see they can create the things
they want and that not everyone has to do the same
thing.
“I’d advise them to be very clear about they want to
do and try their best to get it. The most important
things are to make a choice and not feel like you
have to live by the rules that other people have
set up.
“Success can happen very slowly, and the creativity
happens in all areas, so how you set your life up is
also really important.”
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GOVERNMENT SPONSORS
BOARD MEMBERS
Paul Jorgensen, Current Chair
Teri Whiting, Founding Chair
Yuko Nakayama
Dr Alison Wotherspoon
John MacPhail
Kirsty Stark
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SUPPORTERS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
BEST FX
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AUSTRALIAN FILM
TELEVISION AND
RADIO SCHOOL
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WRITERS GUILD
HUGHES PR
HAYES KNIGHT
NOVA FM
Festival Manager: Anastasia Renfrey
Creative Director: Ross Ganf
Festival Producer: Travis Kalendra
Production Manager: Neil Jensen
Festival Assistant: Melissa Little
Digital Production Assistant: April Vittiglia
Digital Production Assistant: Sinead Osborne
Site Manager: Ninian Donald
Event Design Coordinator: Mark Timberlake
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