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ENEWS 0422: VSFF Deadline Approaching

The Easter break is a great opportunity to get started on your film submission. If you’ve got a question for our judges about your upcoming film for the Very Short Film Festival, we are offering a FREE online Q&A session on Saturday 9 April 2022, 10-11am (AEST). You have to register to attend. 

Register for the free Q&A session here.

 The Very Short Film Festival has been awarded a 4 (out 5) star rating from the Arts Law Centre. We are delighted with this result. [/av_textblock] 

Read the Arts Law Centre review here.

 Nell Greenwood, one of our esteemed judges, says, “The last two years have shown us how much we need skilled, courageous storytelling and stories that can show us who we are and who we can be. This is such a timely and terrific competition, and I am delighted to be on the judging panel. The very short form is a beautiful challenge – it’s about taking risks, being bold, keeping it simple – and I can’t wait to see the brilliant stories and talent that emerge.” Find out more on the judges here.

Nell Greenwood, CEO, Australian Film, Television and Radio School

 Don’t forget to talk to Wide Angle Tasmania regarding their gear hire Sponsorship. It could be a great way to get your film career underway! Valued at $500 – if you are interested in finding out more, email us.Find out more on the sponsorship here.

 Want to attend the Premiere Screening at Spring Bay Mill, 5.30pm, Friday 20 May? It’s a fun night out and your ticket includes a complimentary drink and canapé on arrival, how civilised! Watch the brand new shortlisted films, find out who this year’s winners are, and stay for dinner and live music. 

Book your tickets to the Very Short Film Festival Premiere here.

Skip the drive home and stay at Spring Bay Mill overnight! You could be staying here for FREE if your film is shortlisted! Spring Bay Mill offers onsite glamping tents, self-contained rooms and beach shacks. Find out more here.

See accommodation options here.