Rangebow Microfilm Fest & Competition

16th April -3rd August
Free Event
Montville Village Hall
 

Tickets essential as spaces are limited!

Saturday 3 August

10am-12noon Shortish Film Fest (free)

We love film and television, and we love the Sunshine Coast too!

This event will showcase regional creative talent, and introduce everyone to screen media professionals (and screen newbies) in the Sunny Coast community.

Come and binge some awesome viewing in the historic Montville Village Hall!

1pm-2pm Story development workshop with Dr Christine Rogers - It’s not what they do, it’s how they do it: developing screen stories - CLICK HERE TO BOOK

Rangebow MicroFilm Community Workshop (just 15 pre-booked places @$20 available

Rangebow MicroFilm Q&A, Awards & Prizes (free)

3pm-5pm

For Queensland filmmakers, and everyone who loves new films, art, and storytelling.

The annual Rangebow MicroFilm short film competition invites submissions in animation, documentary, narrative, and experimental short films - submit entries below on FilmFreeway - closes 24 May 2024.
MicroFilms are 3-5 minutes max.
Films screened at this event will be the competition finalists chosen by our panel of expert judges.

Awards include:

$1,000 - Best in Fest

$1,000 - Best in Region (Sunshine Coast)

$500 & Sunshine Coast Screen Collective membership – Best School Student Entry

Best Actor - sponsored by RubyBlue Artists

Terms and conditions:

  • People with accessibility needs: up to 100 metres to car-parking; accessible toilets at the venue.
  • No hearing loop at this event.
  • The film screenings will be in a room with low-level lighting.
  • Alcohol sales and consumption restricted to the venue for patrons 18 years and over.
  • Use this button to see terms and conditions for competition entries:
FilmFreeway

For more info

Eva-Marie Seeto

0417 635 078 or info@therangebowfestival.org


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We acknowledge the Jinibara people and the Gubbi Gubbi people, the traditional custodians of the different areas of country on which The Rangebow Festival takes place and we pay our respects to indigenous elders, past, present and emerging.