Short-film festival at Natimuk
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.