The Coopers Award for Best Short Film
The Yoram Gross Award for Best Animation
FLiCKERFEST 2021 entries are NOW OPEN!
Celebrating its 30th year in 2021, Flickerfest has grown to become Australia's leading competitive International Short Film Festival with entries coming from filmmakers across the globe. Flickerfest screens 15-24 January 2021 under the stars over 10 days in the peek of the Australian summer at the iconic Bondi Beach with select highlights of the festival touring to 50+ venues Australia wide.
Flickerfest is an Academy® and BAFTA Qualifying festival.
Since 2003 Flickerfest has been a recognised festival by the Academy® of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. With four awards qualifying for consideration across our International, Australian and Documentary Competition categories.
Join us on the red carpet at Bondi Beach this January!
Since 1995 Flickerfest has a national tour which takes the main competitive programmes and some Special sessions to many regional and metropolitan areas, which rarely have an opportunity to view this collection of the best of the world's short films.
• Award for Best Short Film - (Academy® Qualifying)
• Special Jury Award
• Yoram Gross Award for Best Short Animation - (Academy® Qualifying)
• Award for Best Short Documentary - (Academy® Qualifying)
• SAE Award for Best Use of Digital Technology in a Short Film
• EUDEL Award for Best EU Short Film (From the International competition)
• Azure Productions Award for Best Rainbow LGBTQi Short Film (All LGBTQI films in the international and Australian competition are considered for this award)
• Award for Best Australian Short Film (Academy® Qualifying)
• Award for Best Direction in an Australian Short Film
• Award for Best Script In an Australian Short Film
• John Barry Award for Best Cinematography in an Australian Short Film
• Avid Award for Best Editing in an Australian Short Film
• Avid Award for Best Original Music in an Australian Short Film
• SAE Award for Best Australian High School/Youth Short Film
• Yoram Gross Award for Best Australian High School/Youth Short Animation
• SAE Award for Best Australian Primary School Short Film
Plus many other cash and industry prizes.
Industry and cash prizes will be awarded of approx $40,000 AUD in value.