Sunshine Short Film Festival News


  SBA extends free entry offer The Sunshine Business Association has kindly extended their offer to pay the $40.00 entry fee for those entering the SSFF Open Category. To enter the Open Category at no charge use the coupon code: FREESBA   The film upload mechanism is now active and we have ten $100 gift…

Sunshine Short Film Festival’s the reel deal

Steven Carpenter and Steve Pereira are ready for the festival. (Photo: Wayne Hawkins) Budding filmmakers of all ages are being encouraged to show off all Sunshine has to offer in less than five minutes, with the best films to be screened at Sunshine’s Village Cinemas on October 31. Read the Star Weekly article (Monday July 28…

SSFF 2014 Trailer

Watch the SSFF 2014 Trailer

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A flash mob of Zombies opened the Festival

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The 2014 Sunshine Short Film Festival

The Sunshine Short Film Festival is back again for 2014. Enter a short film (5 minutes max) which includes a reference to Sunshine and Halloween! Screenings will occur on Friday the 31st of  October at the Village Cinemas Sunshine. Entries are now open and $5,000 worth of prizes are up for grabs! Sunshine Short Film…

Rising Sunshine Style goes viral!

This year’s Sunshine Short Film Festival school category winner has gone viral on YouTube. Check out “Rising Sunshine Style” and give it a thumbs up, it’s getting viewers from all over the world and getting plenty of great comments.

Next year we are going Halloween…

Next year the SSFF will be screening on October 31st in Sunshine. We are inviting film makers to enter early. To encourgae this there will be no cost if you enter before April 30!! We are hoping you will have plenty of fun with the Halloween genre. It’s your chance for creative make up and…

Steve Pereira talks to 3RRR about the SSFF

Steve Pereira chats to 3RRR Breakfasters about the Sunshine Short Film Festival. In its second year, the community based festival embraces the culture of Melbourne’s Western Suburbs. Steve discusses the use of film as a storytelling medium and the importance of grassroots festivals. Listen here