Sun, 06 Oct | Forum 6 Cinemas, Tamworth

Tamworth Short Film Festival

at the Forum 6 Cinemas
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Tamworth Short Film Festival

Time & Location

06 Oct 2019, 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Forum 6 Cinemas, Tamworth, 374 Peel St, Tamworth NSW 2340, Australia

About

We are very excited to announce the line up of amazing films that will be screening THIS SUNDAY for the Tamworth Short Film Festival. Things kicks off at 7PM at the FORUM 6 CINEMA, TAMWORTH. And the best part? ITS 100% FREE. GET TICKETS HERE:

https://bookings.venuetickets.com.au/…/booking_promoTicket.…

Come along and see the local cinematic talent on display. It will be a night of films, fun and making friends that isn’t to be missed. SEE YOU THERE.

THE FILMS Road Worker dir. John Riddell A bored Road Worker must somehow fill in his work day, eventually turning to philosophy.

The Road to Vagator dir, Nick Bolton and Jess Milne A man is issued a series of challenges, by an unknown person, and he has no option but to carry them out, taking him from London to Sydney, via Dubai, Mumbai, Goa, Kerala and Hong Kong.

No Smoking, No Pets dir, Richard Hall A young man and his cat check into a motel in country Australia.

Raku one Gaia – Live in Tamworth dir, Zev Howley This extraordinary Busker Raku Performed live in Tamworth. Here is his story!

So That’s How it Happened dir, Aylee Sunstrom Set in prehistoric times, when food was scarce, a hungry tribe sends their two crazy, lazy lads hunting for dinner. As they hunt, little do they know they are being watched by another tribe that thinks they can steal their food. What they all discover not only astonishes them, but this little comedy just might be the reality of how singing & performing to an audience began.

One Night To Live dir, Terrance Noel Sadler When a filmmaker is hired to film the drought but gets caught up in a serial killers wicked plot to kill in different ways. How will you die tonight?

Lemons dir, Luke Oldknow When man is at the end of his rope and life has handed him all the lemons it has, a mysterious stranger shows up to help him make lemonade, kind of?

Barrage dir, William Savage In suburban WA, inside the house of a young working-woman the film explores the 'Barrage' of everyday life. The protagonist, Esther, represents the human experience. She appears disheveled, overwhelmed by her duties and this frustration expands to annoyance with the subtleties of the world around her. At the core of the film is the obsessive mindset so many of us often get trapped in when experiencing challenge, and the importance of being active in this moments to avoid a perpetual cycle.

Masked dir, Keegan Baker "Masked" is about control, control within society, relationships, everyday life and forms of influential control, this idea is shown through the format of a dance film where the movement, audio and camera techniques inform and show us this idea of control and further ideas among it.

Patior dir, Alex La-Chiusa An up and coming metal band attempt to record their debut album but dark forces may have other plans for the young headbangers.

I Love You Sara dir, Dan White This sci-fi fable follows a much older Sam who reminisces on singular moments of his life, and in particular, the role Sara played in it. Their bond develops from innovator and prized work to father and daughter, as Sam’s workaholic nature and his unparalleled pursuit for perfecting his creation are tested in the face of simply spending time with the young girl in his life.

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