Film fest a night of stars

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - SCENE OUT -

THE Port Shorts film fes­ti­val on Fri­day and Satur­day was a great suc­cess. Hun­dreds took the op­por­tu­nity to watch the movies un­der the stars on the in­flat­able screen on the Raiders rugby field over two nights. The win­ners - Satur­day night: Open – Bunny New Girl by Natalie van den Dun­gen. Lo­cal – Seven­thNat­u­ralWon­der by Dean Miller. Au­di­ence Choice – Un­spo­ken by Hay­den Be­vis. Jury Prize – For­ever by James Walker

Win­ners – Fri night (stu­dents): Young Nar­ra­tive – Ten­sion by Oliver Mars­den. Mu­sic Video – Shoe­box by Sa­man­tha Hope. Mi­cro Doc­u­men­tary – Ja­pan and Myan­mar by Se­bas­tian Mars­den. Au­di­ence Choice (Fri­day night) – Meal Team Six by Bill Ma­son.

Mel­bourne film­maker Natalie Van Den Dun­gen picked up $5000 as the pop­u­lar win­ner of Best Open Short Film, Hay­den Be­vis won Au­di­ence Choice with Un­spo­ken and James Walker was pre­sented with the Jury Prize, a $3800 film­mak­ing course with the New York Film Academy, for his short film For­ever.

It was a great res­ur­rec­tion of Port Shorts and rest as­sured the fes­ti­val will be back even big­ger and bet­ter next year.


MC for the night Stephen Curry and judge Matt Hearne

Port Shorts fes­ti­val in Port Dou­glas

Stephen Curry and Greg McLean

Pe­ter and Jan Searle

Jodie and Landon with Kyan

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