Friday March 5 - March 7, 2021
Short Film Festival @ Dromana Drive In
Presenting the 2021 PFF Final 12!
Congratulations to you all.
Thank you to all who entered and please know that it was super difficult to come to these selections, so many amazing films and pretty please.....don’t stop making movies!
The Final 12 are.....
Hudson and Grantley
I'll Watch it Tonight
I'm So Depressed
Straight Outta Covid
Held annually (2021 will be the long weekend in March) the Peninsula Film Festival is Victoria's iconic film festival with the largest single viewing audience at it's short film festival in Victoria.
What started out as 500 people packed into a theatre, quickly turned into an annual pilgrimage with thousands of people heading to the peninsula each year to enjoy quality Australian films.
The short film festival sees up to 20 shortlisted films screened outdoors. These films are judged live by a panel of celebrity judges and awarded monetary prizes. 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 Filmmaking Workshop (Sunday).
Please note that films have not yet been classified. Peninsula Film Festival wishes to advise some of the films may contain coarse language, nudity or sexual references that may offend some people. Films are suited to those over 15