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SSFF 2020 UPDATE

Greetings from SSFF. We hope you are well and looking forward to spring and lots of sunshine to banish those pesky germs away. Congrats for sticking the lockdown through and looking after yourself, your families, and the people who look after us. We are going to get through this.

So, the SSFF update. We are going to have a Festival Screening at Village Cinemas as soon as we can.

The Festival was conceived as a social engagement project. It is about celebrating our collective lives and the collective community we live in and the spaces we inhabit. Online will not cut it, and we will not be reduced to a Zoom box in the corner of your screen.

There is going to be a new reality in gathering in public spaces, at least in the short term, and we are going to have to learn to live with that. But it is going to be possible, and we are going to make it work.

So what we are working towards with Village Cinemas is a number of SSFF festival screenings over a number of days stringently following safety regulations in place at the time. We know that there is going to be restricted seating in cinemas and limitations on audiences at any one screening. Each screening will be an event screening with giveaways and live entertainment (p.s. we are looking for sponsors!).

As we are no longer just a short film festival and have a fantastic array of films of varying lengths from around the world for you, we are looking at a limited online festival for features/long shorts. All voting for the competition will happen online.

When? We don’t know yet, but given the most current indications we are realistically looking at around January 2021. We have extended the deadline for submission already and might consider extending them once more. We will let you know.

Whatever format the Festival takes, it is going to be very different from previous festivals. This time, while we do have some local content, we have had dozens of submissions from around the world. The world meet Sunshine; Sunshine meet the world.

Looking forward to it. Hope you are too.
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OK. DEADLINE DATE FOR ENTRIES TO SSFF 2020 CHANGED TO 23 SEPTEMBER 2020.

Not because we need entries, we have had more entries than any other year but we are extending it because we are committing to an in-cinema experience. We will deliver the festival screening (a whole week of comedy films) as soon as we are able to.
But send in your entries, we have lots more room now though the competition is much stiffer, Amazing films from around the world. And you will see them only in Sunshine, Victoria. Australia,
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