Flickerfest is coming to Hopetoun
Saturday 18th March 2017
Presented by the Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council, Flickerfest 2017 will screen at the Hopetoun Hall on Saturday 18th of March. Celebrating 26 years, Flickerfest is Australia’s leading Academy® Award accredited and BAFTA-recognised Short Film Festival, the country’s largest Australian & International short film competition, screening the best ‘shorts’ from Australia and around the world, hand-picked from over 2,400 entries. This is your chance to see these amazing short films in your very own backyard before they continue their journey around the world; expect to experience the best in short filmmaking Australia has on offer. Flickerfest remains a platform for celebrating the most entertaining and innovative short filmmaking from Australia and around the world.
“Best of Australian Shorts” will screen after 7pm when everyone is comfy. The films are not rated per say, but under 15’s must be accompanied by an adult. Doors will open at 6.30pm so come on down for a bit of social activity, and to secure your seat before the movies begin. There will be space for bean bags and picnic rugs also. This event is “BYO Everything”, snacks, drinks, wine glasses and stubby holders. In saying that, we would like to discourage noisy “Twisties” packets!
A bus will be on offer for Ravensthorpe residents, so be sure to purchase your bus tickets along with movie tickets at the Ravensthorpe CRC or Hopetoun CRC.
Updates will be posted on facebook.com/Raveaboutarts
Looking forward to a cozy night in at the movies, in Hopetoun!!
Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council receives core funding from Country Arts WA, which receives funding from the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts and Lotterywest. Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council is also supported by the Department of Regional Development and Royalties for Regions.