SIPFest 2018: Short films on Surfers Paradise beach
FREE | Surfers Paradise Beach
SIPFest, otherwise known as the Shorts in Paradise Festival, is an annual showcase of the best short films from across Australia.
SIPFest transforms Surfers Paradise beach into a vibrant and unique cinema, delivering a unique outdoor film experience like no other in Australia. With sand below and stars above, the crowd will be captivated by 10 minute cinematic masterpieces by emerging filmmakers from around the country.
Thrillers, dramas, comedy, documentary and more of a (guide) classification ‘M’ or below will be judged by a panel of industry experts and awarded $8,000 in prizes. The audience can also cast their vote on the night for the People’s Choice Award.
SIPFest 2018 will run on the famous Surfers Paradise beachfront, Sunday April 22, 2018.
A Restless Peace: Krystle Wright
Boneslayer: Oliver Ramsay
Hello: Arwin Arwin
iRony: Radheya Jegatheva
Mrs. S.: James R. Woods
Please Do Not Feed The Ducks: Tim Goodwin & Pearce Hoskinson
Skin Like Bark: Declan Caruso
Sorry, Thanks, I Love You: Kyra Bartley
Su Brown and the Wallace Rockhole Pottery: Colin Usher
Super Nice: Jack Yabsley
Surren: Alisha Marfatia
The Skydiver & The Scarecrow: Ren Thackham
DATES AND TIMES
Sunday 22 April, 7pm | Surfers Paradise Beachfront, between Hanlan and Trickett Street
SIPFEST: Best of the London Short Film Festival
Monday 30 April, 7pm | Beach Marquee, Surfers Paradise Beachfront
SIPFEST 2018 Winners:
Best Film ($3000): Radheya Jegatheva, iRony
Runner Up Best Film ($1000): Krystle Wright, A Restless Peace
People’s Choice Award ($1000): Tim Goodwin & Pearce Hoskinson, Please Do Not Feed The Ducks
Best Film Showcasing Surfers Paradise ($500): Arwin Arwin, Hello
Best Film by a Gold Coast resident ($500): Colin Usher, Su Brown and the Wallace Rockhole Pottery
Best Screenplay ($1000): Jack Yabsley, Super Nice
Best Actress ($500): Fiona Pearson, Super Nice
Best Actor ($500): Jake Harrison, Skin Like Bark
Proudly presented by Surfers Paradise Alliance.