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JOIN US FOR NEW EVENTS BY THE NORTH BELLARINE FILM FESTIVAL

Get Involved

North Bellarine Film Festival is partnering with the National Wool Museum for a Dinner and Film Night on 26th October.

Begin your night with a two course dinner and wine at the Black Sheep restaurant before joining us at the museum for a night of short films. Filmmaker, Thomas Broadbent will be speaking about filmmaking and the making of his film Negatives which will be featured on the night. This is a great opportunity to see and support Australian and International filmmakers.

See our events page for details of the films to be screened and pricing.

Our 2022 Film Festival

The 2022 North Bellarine Film Festival was our most successful yet with great involvement from our emerging filmmakers, new sponsors and increased audiences. Our opening film, High Ground was universally received as an excellent  film which had a profound, emotional engagement with the audience.

We also had great support from the media in the run up to the event.

See the details below.

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OPENING NIGHT

Kick the festival off in style and meet other like-minded art film lovers.

Start with finger food from Pier Street Café and a wine or beer from the bar (drinks at bar prices)  before moving into the theatre for the official festival opening and the screening of highly acclaimed Australian film, High Ground.

For full program details click here

SHORT FILM SESSIONS

The festival has two sessions of curated international and Australian short films.

 

The films cover a range of genres. 

For full program details click here

EMERGING FILMMAKERS AWARD NIGHT

This is a session open to the public and the finalists in the Emerging Filmmakers Award.

 

This is an exciting night where the finalists in the award get to see their films on a large screen in front of a live audience. For most of the filmmakers this is the first time that their films have been screened in a theatre.

 

Be there and give them the support that they have earned and at the same time see some wonderful short films and share in the enthusiasm of the night.

For full program details click here

CONTACT US

41 Peninsula Dr
Drysdale, 3222
Australia

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Acknowledgement

NBFF acknowledges the Wadawurrung People as the Traditional Owners of the Land, Waterways and Skies. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present.


We acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are part of our Greater Geelong community today.

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