“Stay in Touch” Short Film Awards

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Young at Heart Senior Film Festival

“Stay in Touch” Short Film Awards

Venue Lennox Theatre
Dates 15 March 2014

Watch and vote for your favourite Aussie short films starring older actors!

Come watch a program of the best new Australian short films with seniors in lead roles and meet the filmmakers at the annual Stay In Touch Short Film Awards, presented by National Relay Service. Finalists this year include Fairytruth, starring screen legend and previous winner Roy Billing and Dear Life starring Max Cullen. Two awards will be presented on the night, the Audience Award for Best Film – voted by you! – and the Award for Best Senior Actor chosen by our esteemed jury, including producer and programmer Ravi Kambhoj. Walk the red carpet and celebrate the contributions of older Australians to the film industry!

Join us for a complimentary drink after the screening and meet the filmmakers!

COUNTRY: Australia
DURATION: 64 min + Q&As
ACCESSIBILITY: Open captions for the hard of hearing (courtesy of Red Bee)

FILMS INCLUDE:
Fairytruth (DIRECTOR: Mike Green)
Dear Life (DIRECTOR:  Daniel Monks)
Rain (DIRECTOR: Henry Boffin)
Makeover (DIRECTOR: Don Percy)
Old Lady Luck (DIRECTOR: Bradley J. Conomy)

Presented by:

 

Dates & Times:
3:00pm, Saturday 15 March

Tickets:
Adult $10, Senior & Pensioner $6*
*Transaction fees may apply


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Duration

Approximately 64 minutes + Q&A’s

Ticket Prices

Adult $10
Senior $6
Pensioner $6

Transaction fees apply

Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
School Bookings $4.00