2019 Film List
Thanks to all who entered the 2019 Film Festival. We had a record number of entries and tried to include as many as we could but inevitably had to make some hard decisions. Congratulations to all who made the final cut.
Primary School Selection
BY CABRAMATTA PUBLIC SCHOOL CLASS 5-6BN
Beware gifts from Transylvania as the students of Class 5-6BN discover when they open a mysterious box.
Things That Make You Go Aargh!
BY CABRAMATTA PUBLIC SCHOOL CLASS 4H
There sure are a lot of things that the students of Class 4H find scary.
BY SUNSHINE HEIGHTS PRIMARY SCHOOL GRADE 6A MULTIMEDIA
Don’t press strange buzzers on Halloween; otherwise, you might just raise the evil dead, and then you are going to be in so much trouble as these students find out.
BY SUNSHINE HEIGHTS PRIMARY SCHOOL GRADE 5/6A MULTIMEDIA
Teachers become monsters and have captured students. Can the new student save
BY SUNSHINE HEIGHTS PRIMARY SCHOOL GRADE 5B MULTIMEDIA
When a group of students arrive at their school on Halloween, they notice very
strange things happening. What is going on?
The Scary Secret of Sunshine Heights
BY SUNSHINE HEIGHTS PRIMARY SCHOOL GRADE 5A MULTIMEDIA
Five friends discover a secret buried long ago at their school. Is history repeating itself?
BY BENALLA P-12 COLLEGE
Learn another language! You never know when it comes in useful as these students
who mess around with Indonesian monsters find out.
BY JESSICA GERGER
A community consultation on how to Re-Vamp Sunshine takes a turn for the spooky. Hmm, wonder if the vampires and werewolves had anything to do with that?
Hello Ian, like some Tea?
BY MATTHEW SCHULZ
Ian, the drop bear, is a legendary Aussie monster who invites himself to tea with a father and son on a camp trip. That can’t be good for the father and son can it?
Secondary School Selection
BY JORDAN LENTINI
Genelle and her father, John, love their veggie patch. Hell hath no fury when a dastardly villain attempts to step on their patch.
BY CHARLIE VIETCH
Two students and their teacher must escape their High School while being pursued by something far more sinister than their upcoming Methods exam.
The Bad Dreams
BY MINTY FILMS
When Matthew goes to sleep, the dreams he has are definitely not good.
BY ORLANDO CATTOGGIO AND SAMUEL ROBERG
Orlando and Samuel take part in the Grand Wizards’ Challenge. Danger abounds. Will they get that very grand prize?
Plug Me In David
BY HARRY J CAIN
Shades of HAL (remember Kubrick’s 2001?) plug those cords in, that’s all we are saying.
BY CLANCY TATE
Gotta check the expiration date on those milk containers. Dave doesn’t and see what happens to him!
Heaven or Hell
BY TOM VOGEL
A man wakes up in a pub. Or does he wake up? And is it a pub? And why is a man called Baracheil talking to him?
BY NARELLE NASH
A young woman’s social media obsession blurs the lines between reality and fantasy with a scary outcome. Is it ironic that this film was shot entirely on an iPhone 7? Hmm.
BY OLIVIER BONENFANT AND IPHIGÉNIE FREY
Beware the creatures in the Australian wild. That’s all we are saying about this. Just. Beware.
BY LUCAS LINEHAN
Jason is used to being the extra in everyone else’s life. When he gets his chance to be the star, what will it cost?
Army of the Dead
BY ANGUS TURNER-SUMMERTON
When you raise an army of mindless skeletons to conquer the world, remember they are mindless. Duh!
BY ANDREW DINH
Five friends gather for a small get together to celebrate Halloween. Then one of them is found dead. Who is going to be next?
BY LUKE PYE, RON BROWN AND DREW DRAGO
Sunshine gamer girl has a sweet day of gaming day planned, but when her Papa comes to visit plans change and so will your perception of Sunshine.
BY LEANNE SAMPSON-BOWDEN
A vampire is stalking the suburbs when he meets someone who might just turn his death around. Aww, do hope this works out for him.
BY ANDREW ROBB
A group of ninja knitters are determined to re-vamp Sunshine’s own Millennium Man and thus begins the intriguing story of the Millennium man and his pants.
BY OLIVER CRAWFORD SMITH AND OLIVER BAILY
In a dystopian future, renowned poet Teddy Brown shares two illuminating conversations, one with his chauffeur and the other with a wise bartender.
Primatus: Night of the Living Masks
BY LOUIS BERGEMANN
A music video shoot for a local band takes a horrifying turn as the musicians fall prey to a mystifying ‘curse of the masks’.
BY MAX VERMEULEN AND ELLA IMMS
Frankie enlists the help of her friend Jim to overcome her fear of the dark. Perhaps Frankie needs to get new friends. Is Jim really helping?
BY LAWRENCE YANG
All ye workplace bullies beware. Things could get very, very nasty for you. Indeed.
BY THOMAS JOSÉ FIELD
Death is bored with his dull, unfulfilled life until he meets a cute guinea pig and a potential victim who teaches him that death-defying game: chess.
Drop Dead Gorgeous
BY KYLE BUDDO
Thomas is looking for Ms. Right and decides to use a dating app. He finds somebody, but there might be a slight problem…or there might not….”
The Starey Bampire
BY DANIEL FARMER AND ADAM BIGUM
3-year-old Elvie Farmer has her very own take on a scary vampire story. Sunscreen!! Why has nobody thought of sunscreen before?
Who Broke the Jebna?
BY SAMI OBAMA
In every Ethiopian/Eritrean household, a mother has one rule “Don’t touch my Jebena” (the traditional coffee maker). Beware what you unleash if you do.