Rating: CTC
Duration: 90 mins






Dur: 3.28

Dir: Evan McInnes
Through the journey of that helping hand, `Urbanality’ explores the isolation of our modern environment, the resistance we have to change, and the beauty of going with the flow. The city folk are about to get a wake-up call. But, will they stop and listen?

The Starey Bampire  


Dur: 4.42

Dir: Dan Farmer, Adam Bigum

Elvie Farmer, who is 3-years-old, makes her short film debut with The Starey Bampire. Elvie tells a spooky, ghost story while Mum and Dad are made to film whatever she says. What results is quite an unusual telling of a vampire’s tale filled with scares, laughs and a whole lot of sunscreen.

El Niño


Dur: 15

Dir: Nikita Dunovits-Ferrier

An Argentinian migrant drives her teenage son to the city to meet his father for the first time.

Backing Up Bilitis


Dur: 11.54

Dir:  Abbie Pobjoy

Seventeen-year-old closeted Jane creates an underground event in the basement of her suburban home, all on the brink of Melbourne’s first gay liberation movement.  In partnership with the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives and Aztec Records Australia,` Backing Up Bilitis’ pays homage to the birth of Melbourne’s liberation movement and Australia’s first gay rights group, ‘The Daughters of Bilitis.’

There’s A Mobster Under My Bed!  


Dur: 10.03

Dir: Matthew Smolen

Falling asleep can fill you with dread, especially when there’s a mobster under your bed!
With a literal Mobster layin’ low under her bed – it’s up to our 8-year-old girl to figure out what exactly he’s doing there… and how to get rid of him.

Grinding the country            


Dur: 20

Dir: Olivier Lambert

With less than 1500 inhabitants, Chaulgnes is the typical French country village. At the end of the 90’s, the arrival of skateboarding has changed the lives of the inhabitants. And has launched generations of riding and punk-rock music lovers.

Three August Days              


Dur: 20

Dir: Madli Lääne

In the midst of the political upheaval of the early 1990s, an Estonian girl and a Russian boy reach across cultural lines to unite over a shared bottle of American soda



Dur: 2.05

Dir: Jelena Sinik

In our age of attention scarcity, ‘On’ explores just where our gaze is falling. Take a curious and playful glimpse into both the connectedness and enduring loneliness of the modern condition, through this intimate and unexamined lens.