CAPRICORN FILM FESTIVAL HITS ROCKY
The CAPS Short Film Tour hits the beautiful Quay Street precinct Saturday January 20th where the best of this year’s Capricorn Film Festival will screen outdoor for the first time in Rockhampton.
The annual Capricorn Film Festival gives residents the chance to support filmmakers from around the region and from all over the world. It also allows for local filmmakers, seasoned and beginner, to enter their short films into the competition.
Two of the three categories are for Central Queensland filmmakers, CAPS Junior; primary and high school students and CAPS Open for adults.
15 short films produced by Central Queensland filmmakers for the film festival.
Four Rockhampton residents produced short films including the CAPS Junior winner.
“We are very excited to have so many well made entries from Central Queensland filmmakers, it really show’s that CQ artists have a voice on the Australian film landscape and a career in filmmaking can be achieved in our region.
“We watched films from all other world and though it was a very hard process, we are very excited to bring the community some amazing film’s by some very inspiring and talented filmmakers,” said Capricorn Film Festival’s Luke Graham.
1800 – Short Film Competition
1840 – CAPS Junior (PG
1955 – CAPS Open (M)
2030 – Best Short Film (M)
2200 Festival day complete