Flickerfest awards announced

Eddy Bell.s Grey Bull was named best Australian short film at the 24th annual Flickerfest awards on Sunday night.

The filmt follows a South Sudanese refugee who decides to rescue a bull at the abattoir where he works, believing it.s a spiritual totem. Once home, the animal begins to jeopardise the family's chance at fitting into their new life.

A special jury prize was awarded to Carl Firth.s The Witching Hour, the saga of several people who get swept up in the mayhem of a mysterious world at midnight.

Saluted as the best Australian animation short was Bush Mechanics, which follows the adventures of bush mechanics driving over red dirt roads as the mischievous spirit .munga munga. pursues them, co-directed by Jason Japaljarri Woods and Jonathan Daw.

Atsuko Hirayanagi.s Oh Lucy! took the gong for best international short. It's the tale of a 55-year-old single 'office
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