Full St Kilda Film Festival Program Announced For 2013

Contributing Writer; Melbourne, Australia
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Full St Kilda Film Festival Program Announced For 2013
Australia's best short film festival, the St Kilda Film Festival, is turning 30 this year and in the lead up has unveiled an epic line-up of shorts, music videos, sidebars from SXSW, retrospectives and restored short films. ScreenAnarchy will dissect the program in full over the coming weeks, but for the moment here are the shorts selected to play opening night.

Sad Dark Eyes - "The Loved Ones"
Easy Come, Easy Go
1967 3mins VIC
Producer Peter Lamb, Garry Wapshott
Director Peter Lamb, Garry Wapshott

World premiere
2012 15mins NSW 
Producer Sam Meikle, Rachael Turk 
Director Danielle Boesenberg 

Death of a Bogan
Victorian premiere
2010 7mins SA
Producer Nick Matthews, Craig Behenna, Tom Heuzenroeder
Director Nick Matthews

2012 5mins VIC 
Producer Oslo Davis
Director Oslo Davis

Barbarion - "My Rock"
2011 6.34mins VIC
Producer Carolyn Masel
Director Dave Budge

Ruby (pictured)
World premiere
2013 3mins VIC
Producer Summer DeRoche 
Director Summer DeRoche 

Australian premiere
2012 6.39mins VIC
Producer Christopher Frey 
Director Christopher Frey 

Australian premiere
SXSW Best of Texas
2012 6mins USA
Director Kat Candler 
Producer Kelly Williams

Victorian premiere
2012 13.22mins NSW
Producer Matthew Moore, Rob Jago 
Director Matthew Moore 

The St Kilda Film Festival opens on Thursday 23 May at the Palais Theatre in St Kilda, with all subsequent screenings held at the magnificent Astor Theatre. I've been to opening night for the last three or four years and it's highly recommended - the Palais can hold a few thousand people and there's nothing quite like watching a really well-curated program in a giant old theatre with thousands of fellow film fans.
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