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Hillside Film Festival


The HILLSIDE FILM FESTIVAL announces

 

CALL FOR ENTRIES

 

The Hillside Film Festival is a vibrant, supportive, and engaged celebration of film culture. It focuses on showcasing short films by emerging young filmmakers based in Victoria (aged 30 and under), and provides a vital opportunity for young people to creatively express themselves through film, produce industry quality cinema, and reach wider audiences.

 

 

After a sell-out event in 2009 and 2010, the festival stands poised to become both a key indicator of future filmmaking talent in Victoria, and a major cultural event in its own right. The level of hype and exposure this festival has generated over the past few years has been significant, and each year we aim to continue striving forward – enriching our filmmaking industry.


Screened at the picturesque Cameo Outdoor Cinema in Belgrave the festival focuses on artistic excellence and innovation, encouraging great filmmaking across all genres, styles and budgets. We want to see local students and filmmakers competing with the best in the state; young people with a unique voice, a story to tell and a fresh approach to filmmaking. This year we are also launching our Music Video Category!

 

Confirmed judges this year include industry esteemed Glendyn Ivin and Paul Harris. Glendyn Ivin has carried off the Palme D’Or for Short Film at the Cannes Film Festival for his dramatic work ‘Cracker bag’, and Paul Harris has directed the St. Kilda Film Festival since 1999 and is a film critic who appears on radio stations 3RRR and 3AW.


This year filmmakers are competing for a stack of cash and awards including a $1,000 cash prize from
The Upwey & District Community Bank Group, a prize pack from Madman Entertainment, and the winner of the Under 18 Category will earn a place in the Open Channel Young Filmmakers Holiday Workshop. Selected films will also feature on the small screen, presented on Foxtel’s Aurora Community Channel as part of Youth Week 2011.

 

To enter: Films must be 15 minutes or less, the filmmaker must be from Victoria and under 30.


 

For more information, and to enter online, check out www.hillsidefilmfestival.com.
Entries close on Monday 29th November 2010

WHAT:            Hillside Film Festival – Call for Entries
WHEN:
            Entries Open 6th October, Close 29th November 2010

WHERE:          Enter Online via 'Without a Box'. See hillsidefilmfestival.com

ENQUIRIES:    P: 03 9754 8723 E: info@hillsidefilmfestival.com W: hillsidefilmfestival.com



THE HILLSIDE FILM FESTIVAL 2010 is proudly supported by:

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Hillside Film Festival

Festival
Festival presentation: 

Celebrating
its fifth year in 2010, the Hillside
Film Festival
is calling for entries from Victoria’s most promising young
filmmakers.
The festival gives emerging filmmakers the opportunity to see their
films on
the big screen in front of a large audience, be judged professionally
by some
of the most respected filmmakers and writers in the country, and win
some
fantastic prizes along the way.   

Screened in
one of Victoria’s
most-beautiful cinemas, the Cameo Outdoor Cinema in Belgrave, the
festival
proudly focuses on artistic excellence and innovation, celebrating
great
filmmaking across all genres, styles and budgets. We want to hear from
young
filmmakers with a unique voice, a story to tell and a fresh approach to
filmmaking – not just those with the best equipment or famous friends.
Industry
judges include Sandra Sciberras, director of the AFI award-winning
‘Caterpillar Wish’ (AUS 2006), and Bridget
Callow,
producer of the
AFI-nominated ‘Bitter and Twisted’ (AUS
2008
).

This year, filmmakers are competing for a stack of
cash and awards, including a $1,000 cash prize from
The Upwey
& District Community
Bank Group and a prize pack from
Madman Entertainment. Selected films will also feature on the small
screen,
presented on Foxtel’s Aurora Community Channel as part of Youth Week
2010. To
enter, films must be 15 minutes or less, and the filmmaker from
Victoria and aged
30 or under
.

For more
information, and to enter online,
check out www.hillsidefilmfestival.com.

Entries close on Monday 2nd November.

Festival Nickname: 
Hillside Film Festival
Festival Logo: 
Hillside Film Festival
Theme: 
Adult
Independent
Student films
Underground
Youth/Teen
Category/Format: 
Animated Films
Digital / DVD
Documentaries
Experiment
Fiction Features
Independant
Mixed
Music video
Short films
Student film
Festival Info
Price info: 
TBC
Opening hours: 
TBC
Next Festival Dates: 
02/19/2010 - 02/20/2010
Is the Festival open to the public ?: 
Yes
Does the Festival have a market?: 
Yes
Does the Festival have a competition ?: 
Yes
Festival Submission
Film submission fee: 
Payment
Submission accepted on Fest21.com: 
No
Film call for entry start day: 
08/10/2009
Film call for entry deadline: 
11/02/2009
Festival Contact
Festival Director Name: 
Tilla Buden
Festival Director E-mail: 
Festival Programmer Name: 
Corey O'Meara
Festival Programmer Email: 
Festival Press Contact Name: 
Corey O'Meara
Festival Press Contact Email: 

Celebrating
its fifth year in 2010, the Hillside
Film Festival
is calling for entries from Victoria, Australia’s most promising young
filmmakers.
The festival gives emerging filmmakers the opportunity to see their
films on
the big screen in front of a large audience, be judged professionally
by some
of the most respected filmmakers and writers in the country, and win
some
fantastic prizes along the way.   

Screened in
one of Victoria’s
most-beautiful cinemas, the Cameo Outdoor Cinema in Belgrave, the
festival
proudly focuses on artistic excellence and innovation, celebrating
great
filmmaking across all genres, styles and budgets. We want to hear from
young
filmmakers with a unique voice, a story to tell and a fresh approach to
filmmaking – not just those with the best equipment or famous friends.
Industry
judges include Sandra Sciberras, director of the AFI award-winning
‘Caterpillar Wish’ (AUS 2006), and Bridget
Callow,
producer of the
AFI-nominated ‘Bitter and Twisted’ (AUS
2008
).

This year, filmmakers are competing for a stack of
cash and awards, including a $1,000 cash prize from
The Upwey
& District Community
Bank Group
and a prize pack from
Madman Entertainment
. Selected films will also feature on the small
screen,
presented on Foxtel’s Aurora Community Channel as part of Youth Week
2010. To
enter, films must be 15 minutes or less, and the filmmaker from
Victoria and aged
30 or under
.

For more
information, and to enter online,
check out www.hillsidefilmfestival.com.

Entries close on Monday 2nd November.

Festival Organization
Name: 
Hillside Film Festival
Address: 
351 Matson Drive
City: 
Upwey
State: 
Victoria
Zip code: 
3159
Country: 
Australia
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