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St Kilda Short Film Festival

St Kilda Film Festival is Australia's longest running short film festival[1] and has been showcasing Australian short films since 1983. The festival, produced and presented by the city of Port Phillip,[2] screens Australian short films in all genres including drama, comedy, documentary, animation and digital media.

The short film competition awards over $40,000 in cash and craft awards, including a $10,000 prize for Best Short Film.[3]

Past winners

Award 2009[4] 2008[5] 2007[6]
Best Short Film Boundless Katoomba
Craft Award Miracle Fish The Girl in the Moon
Best Director Boundless Katoomba
Best Documentary The Love Market My Dad Susan
Best Animation Mutt The Girl Who Swallowed Bees
Best Comedy Being Carl Williams Don't Panic!
Best Actor Tom Green (The Ground Beneath) Luke Elliot (Dugong) & Damon Herriman (Len's Love Story)
Cinematography Directions Crossbow
Screenplay Kind of Man Dugong
Editing Shockwaves Shadow Play
Visual Effects Lone Advantage
Sound Post Production Ephemeral Spike Up
Original Score The Ground Beneath Eclipse
Audience Award
Indigenous One Shoe Short Brother Boys


  1. ^ Screen Australia's profile of short film festivals
  2. ^ Visit Victoria Events Page
  3. ^ Official St Kilda Film Festival Website
  4. ^ Inside Film Winners Announcement.
  5. ^ 2008 Winners Announced.
  6. ^ 2007 Winners Announced.

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