THIS EVENT HAS SOLD OUT.
Seven dynamic short films
Four delicious courses
An evening of Art House
Be immersed in the brilliance of some of the world’s most talented up and coming film makers. Cross frontiers of humour, wisdom, dysfunction and inspiration.
Dine on fine local fare. A true feast for all senses.
Date Thursday April 21
Time 7pm for 7.30pm start
$85 pp includes
7 inspirational Short Films
(5 x Australian. 2 x International) Total screening time 65 minutes.
4 delicious courses
Wit’s peanuts, kafir lime, Thai chilli, Murray river salt (GF)
Chorizo and manchego croquette
Grazing board to share (GFA)
MAIN - ALTERNATE DROP
Teriyaki duck leg creamed corn, barbequed leek, fermented kohlrabi, hickory ash, miso butter (GF)
Huon Salmon cultured cream, season’s best beetroots, caper berries, dill (GF)
Julius Meinl espresso granita, Kahlua cream, almond biscotti
All dietary requirements must be listed in required field when buying tickets
Complimentary drink on arrival *
Drinks at Bar prices
*Wine, tap cider or beer, soft drink of choice
Click here to buy tickets
All guests over the age of 18 years will be required to provide proof of double vaccination or medical exemption. You will be allocated the best possible seating option at the time of booking.
All tickets are strictly non transferable to another date and non refundable.
Shared Screen (Australia)
Synopsis: In your forties and in lockdown? How does one fall in love overZoom? Charles and Ella can’t meet in person, but romance blossoms in their Zoom window and their vivid musical theatre fantasies
Filmmaker Anton Berezin
Duration 6 minutes 35 seconds
Black Coffee (United States)
Synopsis A woman and a man sitting in a coffee shop toy around with the idea of a simple kiss between strangers
Director Vito Lyles
Duration 13 minutes 35 seconds
Additional Vito was 18 years old when he made this film
Backing Up Bilitis (Australia)
Synopsis Seventeen-year-old closeted Jane creates an underground event in the basement of her suburban home, all on the brink of Melbourne’s first gay liberation movement
Director Abbie Pobjoy
Duration 11 minutes 54 seconds
Additional This film was submitted to our Emerging Filmmakers Award in 2020. Abbie is a Melbourne based writer, director and filmmaker. She has completed a Bachelor of Film and Television at Swinburne
Synopsis A girl must leave her home town, her family, her friends. Everything that she remembers that was horrible, how the town was so small, everyone know everyone becomes the things she will miss the most
Director Jahvis Loveday, Joy Ben Hur
Duration 2 minutes 26 seconds
Additional Jahvis is a 22-year-old indigenous filmmaker from Byron Bay, he has been exploring his world through the lens and filmmaking.
Song of the Moon (Australia)
Synopsis Greek grandparents sit down with their misbehaving grandchildren and impart pearls of wisdom through stories of family values, Turkish occupation and dysfunctional love.
Director Nichola Kehaidis
Duration 8 minutes 7 seconds
Additional Nick has completed an Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media. This is his first film and is based on the dysfunctional relationship of his own grandparents
Animal Work (Australia)
Synopsis An anxious young man goes into a group therapy session. However, the session takes a strange and unexpected turn when the other attendees get in touch with their wild side.
Director Zac Marrinan
Duration 7 minutes 20 seconds
Additional Zac is a Melbourne based actor, writer and director. This is a comedy with serious elements and you need to watch out for the punchline at the end of the film.
Girl with the yellow Dress and Red Hat (Chile)
Synopsis Every night a mysterious girl in a red dress and yellow hat passionately throws herself on Pablo’s arms at the train station. The trouble is that he is in love with his wife.
Director Alvara Rozas Leiva
Duration 12 minutes 50 seconds
Additional Alvara is based in Santiago, Chile and is a film director and poet.