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Calling short film makers to the podium…

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The 2015 Peninsula Short Film Fest is inviting you to enter your short film (up to 8 minutes in length) by 19 December 2014.

This is a great opportunity to showcase your film work in front of a live audience and judged by well-acclaimed Australian actors when the Peninsula Short Film Fest hold the event on Saturday, 7 February 2015 at the Village Green, Rosebud.

For your chance to win go to http://www.peninsulashortfilmfest.com.au/ for details about how to enter and terms and conditions.
1st Prize $5,000
2nd Prize $2,500
3rd Prize $1,250

A new category added to the list – the Woodleigh School Emerging Filmmaker Award is open to any student under 17 years of age.  The Award of $500 cash and other goodies is open to any primary or secondary school student.

The Peninsula Short Film Fest is in it’s fourth year, gathering interest and attracting an amazing mix of talented writers and actors every year.

Local resident and Festival Director Steve Bastoni, one of Australia’s most versatile and accomplished actors is the creator behind the Peninsula Short Film Fest is excited to announce the judging panel this year to include Samuel Johnson (Secret Life of Us), PSFF regular Actor Lachy Hulme (from Howzat! and Offspring) along with Nadine Garner (Water Rats, City Homicide and the Henderson Kids!), renowned Producer Andrew Mason and MIX FMs Jane Hall will be in Rosebud this February to take part in the Peninsula Short Film Fest, proudly presented by Peninsula Hot Springs. 

Celebrated director and PSFF Patron Fred Schepisi will join the fest on the evening. 

Entry to the Fest is FREE, entertainment commences at 4pm, and films will be screened from 7pm.  Come along, bring a rug, food and drinks will be available to purchase at the event.

And  if you are interested in making a short film, encompassing workshop will be held on:
Sunday February 8, 2015
Southern Peninsula Arts Centre
245 Eastbourne Rd, Rosebud
10am – 4pm.
Cost: $40 per person
http://www.southernpeninsulaartscentre.com/whats-on.html

So, all you short film makers of all ages who think you have what it takes and want to get noticed, complete the entry form NOW by heading to the PSFF website.

RPP FM is a proud Festival Supporter

Compiled Debra Mar