Art House Films & Feast 2nd Edition


Flying Brick Cider House in collaboration with North Bellarine Film Festival are delighted to present Art House Films & Feast.

Six dynamic short films 

Three delicious courses 


An evening of Art House & Indulgence


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. 

Thursday June 9

Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start 

$85 pp + booking fee includes 

6 inspirational Short Films (3 x Australian. 3 x International) 

Total screening time 65 minutes.

3 delicious courses

Complimentary drink on arrival * (*Wine, tap cider or beer, soft drink of choice)

Drinks at Bar prices 


Buttermilk waffle, duck liver parfait, poached quince
Yarra valley salmon caviar, Lard ass cultured cream, house made potato crisps

Beer braised beef short rib, barbequed leek, silken cauliflower, sukiyaki sauce and 
Barramundi from humpty doo , fermented winter vegetables, romesco , seaweed butter, foraged herbs

Banoffee, banana, dulce de leche, oat crumb, whipped coconut yoghurt, cocoa nibs
White chocolate tart, baked apple, miso caramel, candied hazelnuts, crème fraiche


  • Tickets to be bought for 2 or more people. 
  • If buying tickets for a group in separate transactions please check there’s enough availability first. To avoid disappointment please consider buying group tickets in one transaction. 
  • 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. If you are unable to attend you are welcome to pass tickets to family / friends. 




Cinematic Love Story (Germany)

    1. Synopsis: A boy and girl are on a date in a movie theatre and dream of being a couple, but then reality strikes back. This film is a reminder for everyone to turn off their films.
    2. Duration 3:30
    3. Romantic Comedy

      Under the Palm Tree (Spain)

      Carlos, a journalist from the magazine “El caso”, travels to a town on the coast of Almeria looking for the real protagonists who inspired the work of Frederico Garcia Lorcas, “Blood Wedding”. After his arrival in the town, the coldness of the protagonists toward the event will make him question the distorting power of fiction

      Duration: 20:00

      Pau Bacardit wrote, directed and produced this film. Pau Bacardit is a young filmmaker who studied at the prestigious ESAC film school and specialised in Cinematographic editing. He combines his work as editor with the production of several projects as an independent producer.

      Credits: This film has been selected for screenings by 34 international film festivals and has won 5 awards.

      The Girl who Cried Sick (Australia)

      The film follows a child hypochondriac as her escalating attention-seeking lies lead her parents to dismiss her complaints when she becomes genuinely ill. The film accentuates the tactile nature of stop-motion animation technology with intricate sets, dynamic lighting and complex sound design.

      Duration: 3:07

      Ruby Taylor is a local Geelong girl who draws inspiration from the world around her, she has a stubborn eye for detail and a passion for hand-crafted creations.

      This film was one of the finalists in the 2021 Emerging Filmmakers program

      Stop-motion animation
      The Coffee Lover (Australia)

    4. Synopsis: In a world where cloning exists, a young barista is rejected by a customer who caught his eye. He can’t have her, but maybe he could clone her? In this film, director Sam Lee reflects on the misuse of technology today.

      Duration: 11:50

      Director: Sam Lee

      This film was one of the finalists in the 2021 Emerging Filmmakers program

      BYOH Bring Your Own Hitman (US)

      : Oliver, a man in his mid twenties whose life in a total mess, hires a hitman from Craiglist so he can be murdered and put an end to his suffering. However, the hitman shows up a bit early - mid binge watch - which leads to a very interesting and surprisingly helpful conversation.

      Caitlin J Lish is the writer and director

      Duration: 9:20



Beta Days (Australia)

: Another quiet night at Tinseltown Tapes, one of the last video libraries in town. Old Mick the owner gives his young shop assistant Matt some advice about life, love and being bold after announcing his shop’s closure. So will Matt take his last chance to ask out a customer he has unrequited love for?