The Projects Short Film Festival is coming to Sydney next Tuesday…

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Prepare yourself for one of the most magical nights you’ll have this year – The Projects Short Film Festival is once again hitting the Inner West of Sydney.The one-night festival will kick off on Tuesday 24th February at 7.30pm The Vic on the Park, Marrickville.

The Projects Short Film Festival aims to create a supportive and exciting arena for filmmakers without prejudice. Hosted by The Projects Enmore, the Festival was founded as a way to meet the demand for more platforms to exhibit Australian short films, and to showcase more and more of our emerging talent. 2014, the first year of the festival was a hit, selling out to a hugely enthusiastic audience.

The finalists will have their entries screened under the stars to a panel of professionals from all facets of the film industry. Including Caera Bradshow (Roadshow Entertainment, writer/director Shahn Devendran), last year’s winner of the festival, Anita Lee, and Christiaan Van Vuuren (Bondi Hipsters, Fully Sick Rapper, ABC’s Soul Mates).

The festival is widely supported by the local film industry and boasts many donated prizes for the winners. Prizes are designed to give the filmmakers what they need to continue making films.

Some of the finalists are quite interesting…

Nosy neighbour Sheila, calls the cops on her noisy neighbour Tom, he owns screaming goats. The policeman Dan, tired of her nuisance calls tells her she should make nice and pay him a visit. – Screaming Goats by Jamie Irvine & Benice Tan.

Edible, sensation-inducing flowers are in vogue at high-end restaurants, but before they make it to the table they are sourced and tested by Bec, a lonely urban botanist. – The Florist by Andrew Ryan and Rebecca Murphy

Leigh is a luckless single man who sets his standards low when it comes to romance. When he knocks on the door of his blind date, Miranda he is disappointed with her beauty. Leigh’s unexpected disapproval leads Miranda to make some unlikely confessions that teach them both to raise their standards. – Casa Del Suenos by Ben C. Lucas

The festival is on this coming Thursday 24th February 2015. All tickets are $15. For a complete list of the finalists and more details on the event, head to their website.

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