Tropfest may be over, but the best is yet to come.
Committed to showcasing the work of emerging Australian filmmakers, the Melbourne-based short film festival, ReelGood, is back for its fourth consecutive year and continues to expand both the selection of films on offer and its own unique format.
Held at Collingwood’s Schoolhouse Studios for the third year, the ReelGood Film Festival will be screening over 40 Australian short films during the course of the day-long event.
How is it different to other film festivals, you may well ask? Instead of sitting through a lengthy, strenuous session of back-to-back short films, ReelGood presents them over the course of the day in a measured dosage, allowing time for drinks, food, music-filled breaks, and an opportunity to digest, discuss, dissect and critique each individual entry.
The RGFF kicks off on Friday, March 3rd with a launch party that will host a screening of the new Australian feature film EMO (The Musical), alongside a Q&A with the producer, Lee Matthews, before the day of fun and film begins on Saturday, March 4.
An extension of the Reel Good website, the RGFF has come a long way in four short years, and continues to redefine the festival experience by breaking down the barriers between film, filmmaker and audience.
Tickets are limited so be sure to get yours here;
March 3rd @ 7pm
March 4th @ 9:30am – 11:30pm