Show Me Shorts is pleased to announce that an extra two locations have been added to our 2016 programme. In addition to the 23 cinemas nationwide, Show Me Shorts will be screening in Nelson and Lego City!
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The winners of the 11th annual Show Me Shorts Film Festival have just been released in style at the captivating Opening Night & Awards Ceremony in Auckland. With over 1,500 entries this year from over 28 countries, the calibre of entries has brought out the best short films
We’re pleased to announce and congratulate the awards finalists for 2016! Winners will be announced, and prizes will be presented for nine award categories, including the Oscar®-accredited Lightbox Best Film Award and Best International Film Award. The winners will have their films screened at the Opening Night & Awards Ceremony at Auckland’s Civic Theatre on 1 October.
This year we are bringing 48 spectacular films to 23 cinemas across New Zealand that demonstrate the exceptional levels of talent, patience, passion and crazy ideas of the film making community. Here is a selection of 6 films that will compete in the 11th annual Show Me Shorts Film Festival, take a look.
While short films are a fantastic medium in their own right, they can also be a staging ground for exploration of ideas bound for a feature-length treatment. In this edition of the Screening Room, we explore two shorts that have made this transition and one headed in that direction.
Tickets for our Opening Night and Awards Ceremony at the Auckland Civic Theatre are on sale NOW!
Join us for a very special night out, celebrating short films and the people who make them. Be there to watch as the winners of the Show Me Shorts Awards are announced, prizes presented and the winning films are played.
We are seeking one new Trust Board member to join our small but dedicated team of people who are passionate about film and New Zealand’s creative community.