Join the team that produces New Zealand’s major national short film festival. Show Me Shorts is now recruiting for three volunteer roles. We need some new people to help our existing team of volunteers continue to grow and evolve the festival. We’re always looking for new ideas, fresh perspective and a little elbow grease. If you are an organised person,..
Participants announced for Aotearoa Short Film Lab 2018
Submissions for 2018 now open
2017 Award Winners Announced
2017 Award Nominees announced
Auckland Opening Night 2017: Tickets now on sale
2017 deadline extended
Kiwis in Korea
Participants announced for Aotearoa Short Film Lab 2017
Submissions for 2017 now open
People’s Choice Award winner announced
Show Me Shorts on tour
Entries for the eighth annual Show Me Shorts Film Festival are now open! Winners of the prestigious Best Film award now qualify for consideration in the short film categories at the Oscars®! Show Me Shorts is New Zealand’s major short film festival, with films selected to screen from New Zealand and around the world. The festival takes place in 12..
Show Me Shorts is pleased to announce that the first film developed with the assistance of the Short Film Lab has been selected to compete in the Generation Kplus section of the 2013 Berlinale. I’m Going to Mum’s, written and directed by Lauren Jackson tells the story of a young boy, Jacob. When Jacob’s divorced parents insist on dressing him..
New Zealand’s major short film festival, Show Me Shorts, will attend the Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) and the International Short Film Festival in Clermont-Ferrand this February. Festival Director Gina Dellabarca will attend the Berlinale as a guest of the German Foreign Office, who have sponsored her travel and accommodation. They have also devised an extensive programme of events, tours,..
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..
Show Me Shorts is now screening in Twizel and Tauranga from November 15-25. If you haven’t already made your bookings, browse the programme and choose a session that suits. Twizel has already had a sell out session, so make sure to get your tickets quick. As much as we’d love to bring you short films all year round, Show Me..
After a sold out Opening Night in Auckland last week, Wellington came to the party last night with an even larger audience! Local film Lambs was a clear favourite, with Christchurch post-earthquake documentary Kia Kaha also drawing great feedback from the crowd. Show Me Shorts is now also screening in Christchurch and Dunedin. If you haven’t already made your bookings,..
The nominees for the 7th annual Show Me Shorts Film Festival are in! Fourteen films have been nominated in nine award categories. Notably, ‘Night Shift’ by Zia Mandviwalla received nominations in five award categories; ‘Tatau’ by Chantelle Burgoyne and ‘Lambs’ by Sam Kelly each received four nominations; and ‘43,000 Feet’ by Campbell Hooper and ‘This is Libby’ by Ruby Railey..
Show Me Shorts Film Festival presents the StarNow Short Film Seminar in Wellington on Monday November 12th. Open to the public this seminar is especially suited to those who are interested in short filmmaking and is an opportunity to meet experienced filmmakers, see some great shorts and learn about the work that has gone into the filmmakers’ projects. Book Now!..
Show Me Shorts will present a package of short films in Melbourne this October. Federation Square have invited the festival to curate a selection of short films as part of their 10th birthday celebrations. Where: Big Screen, Main Square When: Thursday 25 October, 8pm – 9pm Sunday 28 October, 4pm – 5pm Price: Free! Festival Director, Gina Dellabarca, says: “We..