12 days access to 13 Australian Short Films for $14
Bonus SFF material includes filmmaker intros
For just $14, you can enjoy the full program of short films on demand including 10 finalists for the Dendy Awards for Australian Short Films and 3 short films from the Screenability program.
Sydney Film Festival’s short film competition, supported by Dendy Cinemas and Yoram Gross, has launched the careers of directors, writers, producers, cinematographers, and other film creatives in its 51-year history. The 10 finalists will compete for three illustrious prizes: the Dendy Live Action Short Award, the Rouben Mamoulian Award for Best Director, and the Yoram Gross Animation Award, announced at the Festival’s Virtual Awards Ceremony on Thursday 18 June.
SFF proudly welcomes back the Screenability program, an exciting platform for screen practitioners with disability, in partnership with Screen NSW. This year, the Festival presents three compelling short films, brought to you by multi-disciplinary artist Emily Dash, former Youth Paralympian Adam Bowes, and award-winning theatre director Anthea Williams.
Screenability is funded by the NSW Government through Screen NSW. Sydney Film Festival gratefully acknowledges Vivienne Selwyn’s generous support of its Disability Inclusion Action Plan and accessibility program.
SFF 2020 ACCESSIBILITY
All films in the Screenability and Dendy Awards for Australian Short Films programs are available to view with closed captions and audio descriptions.
Dendy Awards for Australian Short Films
Screenability program, presented in partnership with Screen NSW