The 26th annual Flickerfest closed last night with an awards ceremony at Bondi Pavilion, celebrating both international and Australian films..
The award for Best Australian Short Film went to Christopher Sferrazza.s Beast, which had its world premiere at the festival.
Lucy Gaffy took out the award for Best Direction in an Australian Short Film for Dream Baby, following on from the short.s recent Aacta Award.
The award for Best International Short Film went to the Icelandic film.Ungar (Cubs), from writer-director Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir..
Flickerfest.s Academy-accredited awards include 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 Documentary Short Film..
.We are thrilled that the 2017 festival