WHERE: Rosebud Village Green, 1099 Point Nepean Rd, Rosebud, Victoria, Australia
WHEN: Saturday 4th February 2017 at 4pm – 11pm
PFF 2017 winners are......
Gandel Philanthropy Best International Award -
Hope by Michael Scherrer
Remembering Lingiari by Vincent Namatijira
Brooms In: A Quidditch Story by Mark Hellinger
Woodleigh Emerging Filmmaker
Proof or the Tale of the Legendary Big Shrimp by Tom Hughes
Best Screenplay, Best Director and Best Cinematographer – David Hansen : Slingshot
Best Actor – Nathan Loves Ricky Martin
Nuts by Lucy Campbell
Slingshot by David Hansen
Nathan Loves Ricky Martin by Steven Arriagada
And, our People's Choice went to:
Covered in Exposure by Carl Sorheim
Entries open September 2017 for the 2018 Festival!
Peninsula Film Festival is now planning the 2018 program. Keep an eye out for details.
PFF OZ INDIE SHOWCASE
Each year we screen an Oz Indie Film to promote previously unreleased Australian Independent films. Our 2017 selection was Boys in the Trees by Nick Verso
2018 to be announced soon
FESTIVAL ON THE FORESHORE
When: Saturday 3rd February, 2018
Time: 4pm - 10.30pm
Where: Mornington Peninsula, VIC
General Admission is FREE
Bring a rug and some friends and enjoy watching a selection of short films all judged live by a panel of celebrity judges.
Tickets for the pumping PSFF VIP Marquee are $150 per person. Come and mingle with celebrity judges, industry representatives and other VIPs in our fully catered VIP marquee. Enjoy the show from the best seat in the house. Sip on local wines, sample local beer and try the peninsula's local produce in our fully catered marquee. You must be 18 years or older to enter.
BUY VIP TICKETS
PFF SUNDAY SESSION
When: Sunday 4th February, 2018
Tickets: $25 pp
Includes: Movie ticket, Q&A with the Director or star of the movie.
Cost includes ticket to PFF Speed Networking event held after the movie. Filmmakers, aspiring filmmakers and anyone with an interest in film or an idea can join us for the opportunity to chat with like-minded individuals. Swap ideas, gain contacts, get feedback – all within a 5 minute time limit per person.
Join us as a Stallholder. Applications open now, fill out an application now.
Held annually on the Mornington Peninsula, the Peninsula Film Festival is the Peninsula`s iconic film festival with the largest single viewing audience in Victoria.
What started out as 500 people packed into a theatre, quickly turned into an annual pilgrimage, seeing thousands of people head to the peninsula each year to enjoy quality short films FREE outdoors.
Each year, up to 20 shortlisted films are screened and are judged live by a panel of celebrity judges. Films are also screened in additional categories including Best Animation, Best Documentary, Best International and the Woodleigh School Emerging Filmmaker Award. All films are competing for up to $30K in cash and prizes.
The Festival is supported by the cream of Australian talent including Russell Crowe, Sam Worthington, Nash Edgerton and Rob Connolly to name a few.
The Peninsula Film Festival includes feature films shown on at the Oz Indie Showcase (Friday night) and Sunday Session (Sunday).
Peninsula Film Festival wishes to advise some of the films may contain coarse language, nudity or sexual references that may offend some people. Those under 15 years must be supervised by a parent or guardian