The Future Shorts Film Festival celebrates cinema and short films bringing award winning short films from festivals around the globe such as Cannes, Sundance BAFTAs and many more.
With more than 90 countries participating as audiences and watching from cinemas, concert halls, caves, libraries, village halls, universities, cafes, warehouses and music festivals across the world, this love for short films has been exposed as a brief encounter of the increasingly popular kind.
This will be an event that mixes our urban aestheticism with innovative popular arts, uniting film, food, live music and an artist exhibitions under the one roof.
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The Future Shorts Film Festival lands in Brisbane as part of Valley Fiesta celebrations on Saturday August 23. Everything about Future Shorts will be representative of a world that is moving towards instant gratification, innovation and modernism.
Take an adventure around the world minus the dent to your bank account, with Future Shorts Film Festival - the ultimate destination. Having explored 90 other countries in the world, this travelling pop up film festival features award-winning short films from across the globe. Future Shorts Film Festival is an opportunity for good times, good food, good company and great short films. Doors open at 5pm for a 5.20pm departure.
General admission is $20 with a drink included in your entry. With limited seating, it's first in, best dressed. Eat while you watch: for an extra $20, add on a sublime menu of food. For added comfort, purchase a bean bag for $10 and position yourself front and centre. The ultimate comfort package is $50, which gets you entry, 1 drink, 1 bean bag, 3 artists, 10 different food options and 8 short films.
The Flying Cock is the latest feather in the cap of Fortitude Valley’s dining and drinking scene. This gastropub has a rich history dating back to the 1920's and will be a tribute to this legacy, with stripped back interiors and a rustic fit out.
The Flying Cock will provide a range of foods, from burgers to popcorn to knock your feathers out. For vegetarians, meat-free options are available too.
388 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley theflyingcock.com.au
We are currently seeking students and ambassadors to assist with promotion and administration of the event, as well as event organisation of the event itself.
Experience working in a film festival that has global reach and gain an opportunity to network with local film makers and industry movers.
To assist with event organisation in the lead up to the event, and onsite management on the night itself.
To interact with associated groups and suppliers.
Promotion and distribution of leaflets and fliers, social media promotion.
Budding filmmakers and producers are invited to capture footage of the event and the making of the event.
Think you have what it takes? Fill out the form below and tell us more about yoursef. We will be in touch shortly with more information.