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Now in its 27th year and bigger than ever, Flickerfest is an annual distillation and celebration of the best short filmmaking from all around the world.

More than 2,500 entries have been whittled down to a tight line-up of short films for the Melbourne edition of the Bondi-born festival. The two-day event features special showcases, including Best of EU films from Flickerfest's Academy Qualifying International competition which features 2018 live action Oscar nominee All of Us, and the Best of Melbourne shorts screening, which offers attendees an opportunity to network post-screening with drinks and nibbles as part of the ticket price. 
A highlight of Flickerfest every year is the Flickerfest trailer, which always riffs on a famous movie or star. Last year it had a Wizard of Oz theme with an all Indigenous cast. The year before it was Marilyn Monroe.

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