Catch some of the most interesting short films from up and coming directors. SIPFest is back in 2018.
SIPFest transforms Surfers Paradise Beach into a vibrant and unique cinema, delivering a unique outdoor film experience like no other in Australia. With sand below and stars above, the crowd will be captivated by less than 10 minute cinematic masterpieces by emerging filmmakers from around the country.
Kick back, relax and enjoy the movies. The outdoor environment gives this festival a fun and quirky ambience. Cinephiles can get together and discover hidden gems of cinema.
There is something for everyone. The line-up features diverse genres. Thrillers, dramas, comedy, documentary and more of a classification M or below will be judged by a panel of industry experts and awarded $10,000 in prizes. The audience can also cast their vote on the night for the people's choice award.
SIPFest, otherwise known as Shorts in Paradise Festival, is an annual showcase of the best short films from across Australia and is a key event of the Gold Coast Film Festival.
With most professional filmmakers beginning their career on the set of a short film, SIPFest provides an opportunity to identify and reward talented emerging filmmakers both locally and from around Australia.
BYO picnic rugs and chairs and make the most of this outdoor film spectacular right on Surfers Paradise Beach. Keep checking back for more updates as they become available.
Catch SIPFest at Surfers Paradise Beach from April 22 – 23. Our Kirra Beach Accommodation is just a few minutes away from Surfers Paradise Beach.
Ideal for couples and solo travellers, the one bedroom apartment features an ensuite bathroom, a well equipped kitchen with dishwasher, microwave-oven, hot plate and refrigerator, separate laundry facilities, comfortable living area with TV (includes Foxtel), wireless internet access and a large, north facing balcony with ocean views. The apartment is suitable for two guests.
For booking information, please visit http://meridiantower.etourism.net.au
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