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Lachy Hulme & TV stars come out to judge

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RPP FM local radio is putting it's live broadcasting skills to good use again this Saturday, 7 February to capture the excitement at the 2015 Peninsula Short Film Festival (PSFF).

Presenters Jacki Mitchell of RPP FM’s Taking Care of Business program and regular guest on TV’s Sky Business, Heather Miles of Mornings with Heather Mc and Debra Mar of The Breakfast Table will join forces and interview judges and special guests in the VIP marquee as the broadcast goes live to air.

This six judges for the night will be Michala Banas (from Upper Middle Class Bogan), Samuel Johnson, Secret Life of Us, Crackerjack and Radio Presenter, Lachy Hulme, Offspring, Howzat! Kerry Packer’s War & Gallipoli, Nadine Garner, Water Rats, City Homicide, Jane Hall, Actress and Radio Presenter and Andrew Mason, Producer Water Diviner and The Matrix.

Local personality Tania Zaetta will MC the main stage.

The judging panel will decide the short film winners on the night with great awards up for grabs including:

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 and creator behind the Peninsula Short Film Fest is excited to welcome fellow actors to the judging panel.

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

Entry to the Fest is FREE, entertainment commences at 5pm, and films will be screened from 7pm.  Come along, bring a rug, food and drinks will be available to purchase at the event.

The RPP FM team at Ground Zero will cross live to Neil Williams, cricket commentator for updates on local cricket scores between 5pm – 6pm.

If you can’t make it down to this electrifying Peninsula event on the Rosebud Village Green, Point Nepean Road, we’ve got the action covered on RPP FM – 98.7FM or 98.3FM Frankston, or live stream us from rppfm.com.au. Download our iPhone and Android APP too.

RPP FM – your Voice on the Peninsula &
a proud festival supporter

Words Debra Mar