Continental Drift was acquired by SBS TV and will screen on Australia’s multinational broadcaster in 2014 and 2015, on Shorts on Screen.
We’re happy to announce the Australian premiere of Continental Drift, screening as part of the Accelerator #2 program at the Melbourne International Film Festival.
Please come join us for the screening on Sunday August 12th at 4pm, at the Greater Union Cinema 6.
For more info visit the MIFF website here:
This week we had the honour of being awarded the Emerging Filmmaker prize at Mardi Gras Film Festival’s My Queer Career competition, for our short film “Continental Drift”.
Thank you Queer Screen, and all our cast and crew!
Director Anna Helme is looking forward the prize awarded of a mentorship program.
We’re excited to announce the screening date for Continental Drift at the St Kilda Film Festival.
Tuesday 28 May 6:30 PM – The Astor Theatre
View more on the St Kilda Film Festival website.
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Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2013, the St Kilda Film Festival is Australia’s largest and oldest short film festival.
Proudly presented and produced by the City of Port Phillip, the Festival supports the Australian film industry by turning the spotlight on a wide range of fascinating works that may not otherwise see the light of day. Exceptional films by emerging artists and short works by accomplished industry professionals are shown on the big screen, where they look their shiny best.
St Kilda Film Festival provides the most comprehensive overview of the national short film industry, screening the Top 100 short film entries received each year alongside a rich program of new music videos, international short films, special screenings and events. Each year, the Festival also includes a Filmmaker Development Program and Industry Open Day.
Australia’s Top 100 prize pool totals over $40,000 in cash and in-kind craft awards, including a $10,000 prize for Best Short Film. Other prizes include Best Director, Best Achievement in Screenplay, Best Documentary, Best Animation, Best Achievement in Cinematography, Best Achievement in Indigenous Film Making, Best Comedy and Best Achievement in Sound Post.