Saturday 16th September – 6.30pm
Australian Stories at our annual Short Film Festival
Many thanks to our sponsor – Upper Hunter Shire Council.
Saturday 16th September 2022 – Evening Smart Casual Event
Or get really dressed up and strut the Red Carpet.
Tickets $20 Online* with TryBooking
Note – we cannot guarantee that tickets will be available at the door
and have had to turn disappointed people away
avoid disappointment – buy your tickets in advance
Don’t miss voting for the People’s choice award!
TICKETS ON SALE now! – $20 including a light supper. Drinks Extra (CASH ONLY ABLE TO BE ACCEPTED)
(28th August from Hunt a Book)
*NOTE – a 50 cent per ticket TryBooking.com online booking fee will be added to your credit card
Our SATURDAY NIGHT program includes:
- 6.30 pm Drinks and delicious finger food – Drinks available to purchase (CASH ONLY)
- 7.30 – 9.20 pm Program of short films
- followed by Q&A with producers, directors and cast members then Coffee and Desserts
We will vote for the Annual Scone Short Film Festival “People’s Choice Award”.
Our annual Short Film Festival is a cinema and social experience. The buzz you get at an event like this isn’t something you replicate at home, and we are showing films most people normally wouldn’t get the chance to see. We also provide a social setting for people to discuss the films so everyone can share in the atmosphere.
There is always a broad cross section of animation, comedy, romance and drama. Each short film tells its own very different story for viewers to appreciate and enjoy.
Don’t forget to dress up for the Red Carpet and photos! You don’t have to get dressed up – smart casual is fine, but wear your finery if you really like.
NOTE – Under 18’s must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.
No Film Festival was held 2020 or 2021 due to Covid-19
Experience a film-lover’s delight, in the bustling country market town of Scone, in the glorious surrounds of the Upper Hunter Valley. Visit for the day, or stay the weekend and enjoy world renowned thoroughbred studs, vineyards, Lake Glenbawn, and the Tasmanian Devil’s Ark.
What a great event! The line up of short films was diverse and really difficult to pick the winner. Each of the films had a twist within or at the end that was unexpected. Our guests enjoyed great company, wine and food. There was a real sense of community.
Film guests David Curzon (producer & writer) and Fahimah Badrulhisham (graphic designer) from the film “Passengers” sent us the following after attending the evening event:
We greatly enjoyed the 10th annual SSFF. The committee and festival guests were welcoming and enthusiastic and the selection of short films was diverse and exciting. It was an honour to have ‘Passengers’ screened for audiences in Scone, and it was a pleasure to be able to chat about some of the ‘behind the scenes’ stories. We had a wonderful night with great wine, food and company – Thanks for having us!
Jordan Bond, writer of “Big City” and writer & director of ‘the music video “Every man knows his plague and you are mine” sent a video to the audience and told some interesting stories about the making of “Big City”.
The inaugural “Scone Short Film Festival” “People’s choice award was won by Mrs. McCutcheon.
Interestingly the Sunday crowd voted for the same film.
All the photos have been uploaded to our Facebook page
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