Short-film fes­ti­val at Na­timuk

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Na­timuk film buffs will of­fer re­gional en­thu­si­asts the op­por­tu­nity to view renowned Aus­tralian short films as part of their 12th birth­day cel­e­bra­tions.

Na­timuk Film So­ci­ety, Palais de Pixel, is host­ing a ses­sion of the St Kilda Short Film Fes­ti­val’s 2019 Vic­to­rian Tour at Na­timuk Soldier’s Me­mo­rial on Satur­day at 7pm.

More than 10 of Aus­tralia’s top short films from the 36year fes­ti­val, in­clud­ing this year’s Best Short Film win­ner Ju­das Col­lar, will fea­ture in a night of ‘city meets coun­try’.

Project man­agers Elaine Ue­ber­gang and Lynne Quick said Melissa Mor­ris started Palais de Pixel in 2007 for peo­ple to en­joy a va­ri­ety of films, drinks and nib­bles.

They en­cour­aged peo­ple to ‘get to­gether a car­load and come along to an evening of en­ter­tain­ment’.

“Lynne and I have trav­elled to Nhill two years in a row for the fes­ti­val tour be­fore and re­ally en­joy the evening,” Mrs Ue­ber­gang said.

“We ap­plied to host St Kilda Film Fes­ti­val spe­cially for July to ac­knowl­edge our 12th birth­day.”

Peo­ple can buy tick­ets at the door for $15 each, which in­cludes sup­per, from 6.15pm.

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