We’re proud to announce the nominees for the 2014 Awards. Congratulations to all of the finalists who managed to stand out to the judges amongst the many great films in this year’s programme. Winners will be announced at the Rialto Channel Auckland Opening Night and Awards Ceremony at The Civic in Auckland on November 6.
The 2014 Rialto Channel Auckland Opening Night & Awards Ceremony will be staged at The Civic, bringing shorts to the classic Auckland venue. Tickets are available from October 1 for the event on November 6. Book yours today!
The 2013 Rush Munro’s Best Film award went to Matt Heath, Anna Geddes, Cass Donaldson and Joe Lonie for Honk If You’re Horny. This film is now eligible to enter the 2015 Academy Awards®. In making the award, judges Kirstin Marcon, Frances Morton and Matt Noonan said: “Honk If You’re Horny surprised us with a wild, sexy ride. Every element..
Competing for the coveted Rush Munro’s Best Film Award are: Nic Gorman and Paul Glubb, Here Be Monsters; Thomas Gleeson, Home; Tanya Haitoua-Cathro, Morepork; and Matt Heath, Anna Geddes, Cass Donaldson and Joe Lonie, Honk If You’re Horny. The winners will be announced at the Rialto Channel Opening Night & Awards Ceremony in Auckland on Wednesday 6 November. This popular..
Show Me Shorts is proud to announce our prizes for the 2013 Awards. The big news is cash! Lots of lovely cash! $7,000 will be given out in prize money at our awards this year, taking the total prize value to over $35,000. We have some wonderful new award sponsors to welcome to the Show Me Shorts family – Rush..
The Show Me Shorts team has launched a campaign to crowd-fund a brand new People’s Choice award, to be given out at the festival this year. You’ve been telling us you want to vote for your favourite short during the festival. Now you can! But first we need to raise some prize money. Our ‘Show Short-Film Makers The Love‘ fundraising..
New Zealand has long had a reputation for making outstanding short films. Now this has been recognised with the granting of Academy Awards® accreditation to our major national short film festival. Show Me Shorts is proud to be the first and only film festival in New Zealand to receive Academy Awards® accreditation. For local filmmakers Show Me Shorts’ accreditation means..
We hope you’ve been enjoying this year’s festival, which is still on until Nov. 25 in both Tauranga and Twizel and will be back in Whitianga Jan 3-13. But if you’re in Auckland, good news: Show Me Shorts has teamed up with Silo Park Cinema on the waterfront to bring short films before features! It kicks off this Friday 23..
The 2012 festival kicked off with a bang to a sold out crowd at The Capitol in Auckland with our Opening Night and Awards. A big thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate the festival, all of the outstanding nominees, and our wonderful partners. Our judges had a tough job narrowing the field with so many great films and..
Show Me Shorts is now just a few days away from the 2011 Opening Night and excited to once again deliver some of the best short films from New Zealand, Australia, and around the world to our 12 locations throughout New Zealand. This year’s prize pool is valued at over $10,000, with the winner of the top award for Kodak..