Sunshine Short Film Festival News

Millennium Man – Brimbank Leader

This year’s festival includes the presentation of the first ever Millennium Trophy which will be awarded to an entrant who displays achievement within the movie industry. Bruce White of the Sunshine Business Association has announced that the trophy will be a copy of the Millennium Man similar to an Academy Award trophy. Plans are also…

“Get on that Silver Screen” – Star Weekly

Story by Alexandra Laskie in the Star Weekly June 13, 2016 Banjo Swan was tight-lipped when asked about the film he’s working on for this year’s Sunshine Short Film Festival. The 12-year-old won the primary school category at last year’s festival with his clip Solve Man. The 3.45-minute film was overlaid with a song the…

“Knights in the Spotlight” – Brimbank Leader

KNIGHTS of the silver screen are being invited to submit their movies to this year’s Sunshine Short Film Festival. The annual event, an initiative of the Sunshine Business Association, has opened for entries. The chairman of the association and festival director Bruce White said the theme of this year’s competition would be “Knights in Sunshine”.…

Black Rat wins at Phoenix Comicon

Black Rat which first screened at the 2015 Sunshine Short Film festival has just won a major award at the 2016 Phoenix Comicon Film Festival. Congratulations to film maker Perry Lam!

The 2016 Theme – Knights In Sunshine

The following points are to help you think of different ways that you might address this year’s theme in your film. Knight could be the name of a person (Charlene Knight), an animal (a dog named Knight), a place (Knight Avenue or Knights Stadium), a business( Knights Auto-Car Conditioning, or an organisation (Melbourne Knights Soccer Club). Knight…

The 2016 Sunshine Short Film Festival

Categories for entry Primary School Category for those films that feature primary school children involved in key creative roles in the production (script, conception, production) Secondary School Category for those films that feature secondary school children involved in key creative roles in the production Open Category for everyone else. Prizes Judging is by popular vote…

Winners 2015 Sunshine Short Film Festival

Congratulations to all entrants to this year’s festival on a great night’s entertainment. Some stunning takes on this year’s super hero theme and loads of great cinematography, visual design expertise and mayhem for all to appreciate! And taaa daa, the winners of this year’s 2015 Sunshine Short Film Festival Audience Vote: Primary School Category: Banjo…

2015 Festival Primary School Screening 6.00pm

This year Primary School films will screen at a special session at 6pm Friday 30th Oct at Village Cinemas Sunshine. Entry for Primary School students is free. All other seats are $15.00 Tickets for the Primary School session are not available from the box office or Village on-line and can only be purchased by cash…

Films that screened at the 2015 SSFF

Primary School Category (Screened at Village Cinemas Sunshine 30th Oct 2015) A Day in the Lifeof Justice Dog Brayden Dowd Lil Superheroes Tom Vogel Rubbish Man Ryan-Jay Campbell Super Sneeze Cabramatta Primary School Super Tales Cabramatta Primary School The Super Fantastic Cabramatta Primary School The School Yard Truganina Primary School Finding Superhero in You Meikah…