St Kilda Film Festival - Best of the Fest

TUESDAY 31 JULY, 6.30pm: Join Festival Director Paul Harris in conversation with some of the amazing filmmakers from the 2018 fest! Sophia Bender (BEHIND BARRES), John Sheedy (MRS MCCUTCHEON), Daniel Agdad & Liz Kearney (LOST PROPERTY OFFICE), plus more to be confirmed. Tickets on sale below.

The St Kilda Film Festival heads northside for one night only! Come and enjoy the festival picks of their best short films.

AMBULANCE
A woman recalls the ordinary events of a day forever bookmarked in time by the premature death of her brother.

SOMETHING TO HOLD ON TO
Pencil’s dad finally reaches out.

ADOPTION PENDING
The story of George, a staffy husky cross who is surrendered to an adoption home.

BEHIND BARRES
A fragile young dancer battles to overcome injury in order to succeed in the gruelling world of ballet.

GRACE
A teenage girl living in an extreme Christian sect is driven into psychological turmoil by her elders when she strikes up an innocent relationship.

A LIFE TOGETHER
An intimate portrait of outsiders and of lovers.

FOR YOUR SINS
A young man seeks the help of a boutique communications agency to help raise awareness for his cause: your sins.

PARTNERS
A pedantic Karratha security guard shows an overzealous young rookie the ropes. Meanwhile, a heist in underway.

THE INTENTIONS OF F. SCOTT FITZGERALD
Two weary criminals on the job discuss the meaning of The Great Gatsby.

COAT OF ARMS
A Japanese tourist enjoying a relaxed car journey through the beauty and tranquillity of the Australian desert collides with a violent moment in time.

LOST PROPERTY OFFICE
Sometimes people can get lost in their work…

MRS MCCUTCHEON
10-year-old Tom prefers to wear dresses and to be known as Mrs McCutcheon, although it adds some extra challenges when starting at a new school.

Legend Deluxe: In-Cinema dining session.
Event: Special event screening, complimentary & discount tickets do not apply
CC & AD: Closed captions or audio description available for individual use for this session, captions DO NOT appear on-screen.

Session times for the new cinema week, commencing each Thursday, will be released the Tuesday afternoon prior

Rating E
Genre To Be Advised
Running Time 150
Language
D PDF sessions Closed Caption E Youtube Top Melbourne Chefs MET Opera Season announcemnet film club MONSTER FEST 2018 PALESTINIAN FILM FESTIVAL