Because the 2013 Australian film festival season actually starts to get underway, blog.movr.com has published a mini-guide to Australia’s Top 8 film festivals – handy both for Aussie filmmakers and their foreign counterparts contemplating making a trip ‘down-under’ to showcase their job and springboard their careers.
Antony Hing, writer for the popular film festival site blog.movr.com says, “It is the high proportion of international film content actively sought by so many of Australia’s best film festivals to supplement domestic content which makes these festivals very popular choices for indie and emerging filmmakers from Australia, the united states, EU, Canada, Asia as well as other international filmmaker communities”.
He adds, “Australian film festival audiences always affirm their enthusiasm and appetite for any dangerous of creative and cultural diversity, if an individual considers the sustained degrees of attendance numbers, with several events attracting well over 100,000 fans”.
Antony notes, “Tropfest Australia, in Sydney has a typical attendance of 150,000 and 1,000,000 TV viewers. St Kilda Film Festival in Melbourne, will attract all around 300,000 fans.
Melbourne International Film Festival, Australia’s oldest, will attract about 200,000 movie buffs.
While Sydney doesn’t yet beat these audience numbers it trumps others together with the biggest prize pool, a year ago awarding prizes totalling A$84,000 across 7 films.”
Certainly, do not know festival an incredible event for 1 filmmaker will probably be different for an additional pair, “so we chose to to allow filmmakers to find out what these Film Festivals will best fit their promotional needs. Filmmakers can visit blog.movr.com and compare these eight film festivals across greater than 15 major attributes and key dates – all in one spot”, said Antony, co-founder in the popular social movie site Movr.com.
For convenience we’ve included as well a printable version of the mini guide at http://blog.movr.com/category/filmfestivals/.
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