Entry and Payment

Entry Form

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An entry form must be submitted along with a DVD copy of your film in .avi or .mov format. 

Fee Structure

Primary and secondary school and tertiary institutions within Australia: $5 school fee plus $5 per film 
Individuals within Australia not affiliated with an eductional institution: $5 per film
No fee is required for international entries.

Payment Online

Credit card payment can be made online, @ online payment. or via the above Entry Form - late payments can be made up until 9 May 2014.

Cheque/ Money Order Payments

Please make your cheque payable to Bayside City Council and together with your entry form and DVD send to:

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Bayside City Council
PO Box 27
Sandringham  VIC  3191

Purchase Order

Schools can request a purchase order through the on-line Entry Form.

Artistic Director's Opening film of the Bayside Film Festival 2013
An Iceberger With The Lot: From Bury To Brighton
World Premiere

 dir. George Giampietre
prod. David Brooks
proj. mgr. Nicola Warren
presented by. Bowler Hat Pictures
doc. 2013 - 70 minutes - Bayside (Aust.)

Director's Cut, originally produced as:
Discovering The Icebergers

View Trailer on You Tube

 

Film Submission

All entries will require a completed entry form. Forward the completed form and DVD to:

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Bayside City Council
PO Box 27
Sandringham  VIC  3191
artevents@bayside.vic.gov.au

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Page last updated: 26 Feb 2014

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dir. Alex Mararon
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2:47 minutes
Commendation - Sync Award

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dir. Michelle Jane Williamson
8:05 minutes
Commendation - Focus Award


Cold Star - 2013
dir. Kai Stanicke, Germany
7:03 minutes
Commendation - International Award


Mature concepts that deal with
sexual identity are depicted
in this film. This depiction may
be offensive to some cultural
and religious points of view.

Persons under the age of 15 years
should seek parental guidance before
viewing this film.

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