• It’s a wrap! CinéfestOZ 2014 draws to a close


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It’s a wrap! CinéfestOZ 2014 draws to a close

The credits have rolled on CinéfestOZ 2014. CinéfestOZ celebrated its seventh year in style with a record 14 Australian, 10 French and one “Aussies Abroad” feature-length films, 13 community screenings and 29 short films over the course of the festival. In total, CinéfestOZ had more than 18,000 attendances and enjoyed a growth of more than […]

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What’s On – See more today!

The CinefestOZ Film Prize winner, Paper Planes will screen today at 10am in Busselton. See why the Jury voted this MIFF@CinefestOZ film Australia’s best. There’s so much more to do on the final day of the Festival – browse our program and get amongst the action! 10am-4pm: Free community screenings, all regions 10:00am: Paper Planes […]

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Paper Planes wins CinéfestOZ $100,000 Film Prize

Paper Planes – the Robert Connolly-directed family film – has been named the winner of the inaugural CinéfestOZ $100,000 Film Prize. Connolly was presented with Australia’s richest film prize tonight as part of CinéfestOZ’s Gala Night celebrations in Busselton, in the south west of Western Australia. “I am really flattered to receive this, I am […]

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A packed program

Our Saturday program offers something for everyone. Delve into a fabulous day of film and events, culminating in the presentation of the $100,000 CinefestOZ Film Prize tonight. It’s all about film, food and fun. 10am-4pm: Free Community Screenings, all regions 10.00am: Community Workshop – Davison Bros, Festival Marquee, Busselton 10.45am: Maya the Bee Family Event, Orana […]

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Sophia Armstrong wins Cine-snaps Short Film Competition

CinéfestOZ has crowned Sophia Armstrong winner of the Cine-snaps Short Film Competition. The 17-year-old from Manea College impressed the judges with her entry Kinetic Happiness, which pipped six other finalists to the title. The film is about a teenager who is too caught up in her own virtual world to look at what is around […]

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The Waler makes grand premiere

Busselton will stand to attention this afternoon for the world premiere of The Waler: Australia’s Great War Horse. Members of the 10th Light Horse Brigade will ride in full uniform on the back of walers – the same horses that feature in the World War I documentary – along Queen Street ahead of the premiere […]

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