Flickerfest 2021

Australia’s premier Short film festival: Flickerfest is turning 30 !

Flickerfest Best Australian Shorts is on its way to Cygnet in March presenting eight extraordinary short Australian films.

Three COVID safe screenings in the beautiful Cygnet Town Hall Supper room over the 

weekend of Saturday 6th / Sunday 7th March

Program 2021

Classification: Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult

Run time 110 minutes not including intermission

We will be screening Flickerfest Best International Shorts and Flickerkids later in the year

Tickets $17 Concession $12

presale at Trybooking: Flickerfest Best Australian Shorts


limited door sales available on the night. 

Roborovski– Roborovski follows an eponymous thimble sized hamster, who spends his days in Marvin’s Pet Shop, hoping to find a family.  However, when he is constantly overlooked by the people and animals around him, his seething resentment and intense jealousy soon takes hold and the murderous side of little Roborovski is released

The Exit Plan -In an overpopulated future, an elderly woman is visited by a young government official to ensure she is complying with the government’s new “Exit Plan” policy, but, when he interrogates her further he soon realises she has her own ‘plan’ for him.

In the picture-book town –of Collector, a young girl and her gang of rogue environmentalists are trying to save the planet as the world goes into lockdown. The main target of the rebellion? The girl’s very own father.

This Town Ain’t Big Enough For The Both Of Us -Two rival pickpockets clash in an increasingly risky game of cat-&-mouse.

System ErrorEvery day, George works his job at a dingy convenience store, desperately hoping for a friend – but George is also an immobile robotic service unit, and immobile service units do not have friends.  Not yet anyway.

Sparkles -A 30-something-year-old Down Syndrome woman leaves her past behind, and runs away from a small country town, heading towards the city.  Along her journey, she makes an unlikely friendship with a Drag Queen from the Outback, teaching us all not to be afraid to celebrate who we are.

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