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 played. Click through to find out more.
Interested in learning more about short film making? Join us for the Short Film Talks during the festival. These two-hour sessions bring top short film makers together to each screen one of their works and discuss the joys and challenges of making that short film. Click through to find out more.
Show Me Shorts presents a night of German short films on 14 August at The Kingslander in Auckland. Join us to celebrate the cinema of Germany with a fun collection full of variety – comedy, fantasy, documentary, pianists, escaped bears and three brothers in a bathtub.
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.
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.
The winning films were announced in style at the Auckland Opening Night and Awards Ceremony at The Civic. From a field of nearly 1000 entrants to 46 selected films to 8 award winners, these films are truly outstanding achievements in filmmaking.
Show Me Shorts is proud to be presenting 7 great kiwi shorts at this year’s Splore festival of art, music, and culture. These films touch on the common theme of home and our comings and goings from it. They are suitable for all ages and will be screening at Splace on Friday and Saturday nights from 10pm.