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  Bendigo Framed 2008 | Information

Bendigo Framed is a showcase of the best of Bendigo film and filmmakers. The aims of the festival are to encourage networks and communities in the Bendigo film sphere, and to showcase the works of local filmmakers. The weekend will include screenings of entries and forums/workshops on the crafts that come together to make a film. Be informed, entertained and enlightened by Bendigo Framed.


The style and content of the films is open. Entries are required to conform to a classification rating no higher than MA15+, and can be in any style. Entry is open to current residents of the Greater Bendigo area. Films must not exceed 45 minutes in length. Entries that do not comply with these requirements will not be accepted.


As an entrant you are required to:—

Provide your entry before by 5pm 1st May
Submit a film not exceeding 45 mins running time
Provide a completed entry form (pdf, ms word)
Sign the terms and conditions
Provide two copies of your film in either DVD or VHS format (DVD preferred)
Include entry fee of $5 with your entry
Post entry to:—
Attn: Bendigo Framed
Bendigo Film Society
PO Box 567
Bendigo VIC 3552
If you have special requirements for your film please discuss with us in advance


If your film is accepted for screening you will be asked to:—

Attend the screening of your film
Give a brief talk prior to the screening of your film on:—
      Your film
      Experiences as a filmmaker in Bendigo
        All accepted entrants are encouraged to attend all screenings and support other entrants' screenings.


Any enquiries to:
or Elly Coyle: 0400 791 457

  2008 Dungog Film Festival | Call for Entries

The Dungog Film Festival is dedicated to promoting local films and filmmakers. The event showcases exclusively Australian films in a non-competitive environment, boasts an education program packed with stimulating workshops and seminars and offers a relaxed and intimate experience where attendees can swap stories and bond. Here's some of what the filmmakers had to say about Dungog in 2007: "An absolutely priceless experience." (Erin White student AFTRS); "We had a terrific time." (Bruce Beresford dir. Don's Party, Breaker Morant); "I cannot describe how the Dungog Film Festival changed the course of my career" (Dee McLachlan dir. The Jammed).

The 2008 Dungog Film Festival will be held 29 May - 1 June in Dungog, New South Wales. Dungog accepts feature film, short narrative, documentary, animation, film and video submissions. To download the Entry Form go to or call (02) 4992 2420 for more information.

February 26, 2008 web management