PSFF 2017 FINALISTS
Here we go. Congratulations all!
Woodleigh Emerging Filmmaker – To Be Announced Soon!
Vincent Namatjira by Vincent Namatjira
Odd One Out by Justin Archer
Journey by Radheya Jegatheva
Brooms in: A Quidditch story by Mark Hellinger
Against the Tide by Kate Lemke
Cookie Dust by Riley Sugars
Gandel Philanthropy Best International Award
Hope by Michael Scherrer
Rabbit Blood by Yagmur Altan
Save by Ivan Sainz-Pardo
1. Covered in Exposure by Carl J Sorheim
2. Slingshot by David Hansen
3. Done Before by Danny Alder & Simon Mallory
4. Business Trip by Anthony Dillon
5. Madre by Brigitte Jarvis
6. Won Bung Lung by Mitch
7. Solitude by Michael Raso
8. Alone by Nicolas Dunn
9. Girl in a Towel by Diana Djurcinovska
10. Nathan loves Ricky Martin by Steven Arriagada
11. Nuts by Lucy Campbell
12. Not Real by Michael Nicholls
Thanks to all who entered!
First prize $5K, Second prize $2.5K and Third Prize $1250 and the Woodleigh Emerging Filmmaker Award (open to any student 18 years and under) $500.
There will also be category awards for Best Animation, Best Documentary and Best International short films.
Peninsula Short Film Fest is a three day program will be held from Friday February 3 to Sunday February 5, 2017 on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula.
Held annually at the Village Green, Rosebud on the first Saturday in February. The Peninsula Film Fest is the peninsula’s iconic, annual, short film festival.
Please note: Peninsula Short Film Fest wishes to advise some of the films may contain coarse language, nudity or sexual references that may offend some people. Those under 15 years must be supervised by a parent or guardian