Entries are now extended for film makers in the Byron All Shorts film competition.
Entries are now extended for film makers in the Byron All Shorts film competition. Contributed

Local films to show alongside world best at Flickerfest

THE deadline on entries for Byron All Shorts films has been extended to Monday, December 21 and will screen alongside the best at Flickerfest.

iQ Inc is proud to able to provide inspiration and a world calibre benchmark for local filmmakers since 1999, by presenting Flickerfest International Film Festival Tour screenings and by providing a platform for local filmmakers since 2006.

Byron All Shorts celebrates the film-making talent of the Northern Rivers region and encourages audiences to experience the many amazing films and local stories that are produced here each year. 

Filmmakers from across the region are invited to submit their short films of up to 30min in length, from all genres. 

Prizes and cash to the value of around $3k will include awards for Best Film, Best Emerging Talent, Audience Choice and more; recognising the incredible talent in our region. 

If you live in the Northern Rivers, or have produced a film in the Northern Rivers, or have made a film about the Northern Rivers you can enter Byron All Shorts.  

Byron All Shorts finalists will screen on January 23 at the festival's new venue Mullumbimby Civic Hall alongside the best in the world at Flickerfest - Australia's leading Academy® accredited International short film festival.

Details 

Extended entry deadline: Monday December 21. Entry forms and information: www.iQ.org.au | 0414 779881



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