Next Gen Shorts

Film Victoria, City of Melbourne and ACMI present

Next Gen Shorts

Co-present by Swinburne University of Technology

Various | Australia | Unclassified (18+)
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From animated and true stories to gut wrenching drama and energetic music videos, this diverse range of films showcases the creativity and talents of Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand’s next generation of filmmakers.

Films

A Plastic Flower

Ballad For A Girl In Pain

Beyond Hijab

Ciriya Poy

Dezyiire Don - Body of Roses

Give War A Chance - A Private Function

Illustrating Sam Newton

La Tansouna (Don't Forget Us)

Peony Dreaming

The Mulberry Tree

To Not Hate

Under the Rose

What I Know Now

When

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Tickets

Full

$18

Concession

$15

ACMI Member

$14

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Duration

110 mins

Rating

Unclassified (18+)

Important information

Tickets to this event can only be purchased online. You can purchase tickets on your mobile phone at the venue and present your e-ticket on your phone to staff.

Where

Hoyts, Melbourne Central
Swanston St & La Trobe St

HOW TO GET THERE

MWFF Film & Panel Pass

Full $25
Concession $22
The film and panel pass is for any screening (excluding opening and closing) and the panel 'The Culture of Comedy'.

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MWFF 3 Film Pass

Full $45
Concession $36
Excludes Opening and Closing Night

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