LITTLE LAMB played to a full house at the inaugural Ax Wound Film Festival in Vermont this weekend. Festival Director Hannah Forman says the AWFF features a diverse selection of 34 short horror films directed by women around the globe. Some selections are high budget productions and others rock low budget DIY filmmaking skills, but each one brings an equal level of entertainment, passion, and scares across all our favorite sub-genres from zombies, slashers, supernatural, body horror, and beyond.
LITTLE LAMB will be screening at the MOTOR CITY NIGHTMARES INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL between September 11 - 13th 2015. Theres a "star studded line up" of horror film celebs, workshops and panels plus a long list of films to be announced shortly. So get down to Michigan to see LITTLE LAMB on the big screen this month. motorcitynightmares.com
VOTE for Australia's Best TOP Short Films. For six days only LITTLE LAMB is available to watch online and you can vote for it! Follow this link between August 3 - 9th 2015
Excellence in short film has been recognised and awarded by the Australian Film Institute (AFI) and Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) since 1970. Short films so often serve as calling cards and stepping stones for our brightest emerging filmmakers, and prominent Australian filmmakers who have progressed their careers internationally following their short film success in Australia include Adam Elliot, Jane Campion, Peter Weir, Rachel Griffiths and David Michôd, amongst others.
AFI | AACTA #SocialShorts Powered by Genesis was launched in 2014 in partnership with Hyundai to build on this strong tradition by providing an unprecedented opportunity for emerging Australian filmmakers to have their work seen, shared and acknowledged by film enthusiasts and the film industry. AFI | AACTA is committed to creating new opportunities to extend professional ambitions and progress successful Australian screen careers.
In addition to providing unique access to great Australian short films, #SocialShorts encourages viewers to share these via social media, introducing new audiences to Australian short films and filmmaking talent, and acknowledging the public thirst for content in this phase of the screen era.
VOTINGVoting for #SocialShorts is simple.
There are three categories of short films (Comedy, Drama and Independent). One entrant will win in each category. Voting in each category is open for one week, with the winner for each announced at the start of the following week.
Comedy: voting is open from Monday 20 July until Sunday 26 July, 2015
Drama: voting is open from Monday 27 July until Sunday 2 August, 2015
Independent: voting is open from Monday 3 August until Sunday 9 August, 2015
To vote, simply watch and like on the #SocialShorts website, then share your favourite short films on social media – the short film with the most likes in each category wins. By sharing, you are helping to raise the profile of Australia’s emerging filmmaking talent.
The winning filmmakers in each category will receive a cash prize, industry-wide recognition, a mentorship with #SocialShorts Ambassador Gracie Otto and tickets to attend the 5th AACTA Awards Luncheon in Sydney, where they can make new connections and discuss new collaborations with industry leaders.
By voting, you also have a chance to win! Complete the fields in the ‘Red Carpet Alert!’ pop-up to automatically go into the draw to win a double pass to the 5th AACTA Awards Ceremony and Official After Party held at The Star Event Centre, Sydney, on Wednesday 9 December 2015, including flights and accommodation. See Terms and Conditions. Our winning voter will be announced on the #SocialShorts website on Tuesday 18 August, 2015.
#SocialShorts entrants comprise those short films which entered but were not nominated for the 5th AACTA Awards, as well as the short films which were nominated for the 4th AACTA Awards.
Etheria World Tour is a showcase of the best new horror, science fiction, fantasy, action, and thriller films made by emerging women directors. Etheria Film Night selections are screened around the world in museums, art galleries, at universities, film festivals, and at stand-alone events.
LITTLE LAMB has been selected to screen amongst 42 of the world's best horror shorts at the second annual Crimson Screen Horror Film Festival in Charleston, South Carolina on Saturday May 15th 2015. The festival runs for three days from 15 May - 17th May. For more information go to http://www.crimsonscreenfilmfest.org
A special preview screening of Tasmanian gothic thriller LITTLE LAMB is being hosted by Hollyshorts at the TCL Chinese Theatres in Los Angeles on March 19th, and new trailer has been released to celebrate!
Our trailer is being highlighted by TWITCH too!
Flickerfest is hosting two special screenings for Tasmanian's of LITTLE LAMB on March 13th in Cygnet and Hobart simultaneously alongside their Best of Australian Shorts program.
Lead actor Georgia Lucy will be performing the ballad she composed for the film at the Hobart event.
Did you know that February is Women in Horror Month?
As part of these international celebrations, LITTLE LAMB is screening in Melbourne on Saturday February 21st alongside two new films by fellow Australian Directors - Caitlin Koller's MAID OF HORROR and Ursula Dabrowsky's feature film INNER DEMON.
There'll also be art from the amazing Jägerkrieg Art, Burlesque by Dallas Vandal of Vandalizd and Gorlesque's own darling Betty Blood, and a special performance from female fronted horror band The Creptter Children.
All proceeds from this event are donated to WestCASA Footscray, a community based women’s shelter.
$10 entry fee. SPECIAL GUESTS AND RAFFLE PRIZES UP FOR GRABS!! 6.30pm - 1 pm - 303 Bar Northcote
LITTLE LAMB will have its Sydney Premiere on Thursday the 15th of December at the 24th Flickerfest International Short Film Festival 2014. Flickerfest is the most significant, dedicated, short film event in the Australian landscape.
To purchase tickets, follow this link: http://flickerfest.com.au/programme-2015/
Over 2200 entries from around the globe were received this year, of which just over 100 will be officially screened in competition is testimony to the fact that Flickerfest continues to attract the latest in innovative and creative shorts from the world’s most exciting new filmmakers for our Academy® accredited and BAFTA recognised shorts competition.
The successful films screening at Flickerfest are all united by their excellence within the short film genre, demonstrating short film’s role as the centrepiece of innovation and creativity in global cinema today.
This year the festival further extends its reach to 50 venues nationally, including, Esperance, Narrogin, Exmouth and Kununurra in WA; Byron Bay, Coffs Harbour, Griffith and Port Macquarie in NSW, Maryborough, Gold Coast & Airlie Beach in QLD; and Launceston, Hobart and Cygnet in TAS, to name but a few, bringing audiences at an extensive network all across our continent an inspiring look at the world through short film.
As Australia’s leading Academy® accredited short film festival, films in competition at Flickerfest are fiercely competing for a number of prestigious prizes including The Flickerfest Award for Best International Short Film, the Yoram Gross Award For Best International Animation; the Virgin Australia Award for Best Australian Short Film and the Flickerfest Award For Best Short Documentary plus a host of other hotly contested prizes that recognize the various craft areas inherent in making a great short film.
In 2015, 20 different short film programmes will screen during the ten-day festival season. Apart from our 14 competitive programmes consisting of 5 International, 7 Australian and 2 Documentary in competition, Flickerfest also celebrate shorts with environmental themes in GreenFlicks competition, and productions from Primary and High School Students from across Australia in FlickerUp; which is sure to again showcase some extremely accomplished short films from our future cinema stars of tomorrow!
Apart from the competitive programmes, Flickerfest is also thrilled to present a tribute to the Oscars in our Oscar Favourites programme; a delightful family programme FlickerKids, short films for shorties; a hilarious programme of comedy shorts, Short Laughs; and a quirky romp through modern relationships in our Love Bites programme.
"For me, short film is the most exciting place in the world to be in cinema today, its where our latest generation of storytellers express the stories at the heart of who we are, interested only in creating excellent and innovative films, uninhibited from pressures of the box office and commercial concerns." Bronwyn Kidd, Festival Director