Australia’s biggest regional short film festival, Heart of Gold International Short Film Festival, is bringing an afternoon of brilliant short films and live music to Maleny. From 2pm Sunday July 17, the Community Centre will play host to A Golden Afternoon – the final stop in Heart of Gold’s ‘Golden Evenings’ tour.
The event will include a live set from afro-pop group Electric Apes – the musical collaboration between local’s Lee Hardisty and Hayden Hack; and a feature-length selection of hand-picked short films. You’ll be able to sink into comedies, dramas, documentaries and animations by filmmakers from Cyprus to Brisbane.
Tickets are on sale now at Heart of Gold International Short Film Festival’s website.
Heart of Gold will be returning to Gympie in October 6-9 to relaunch with their biggest festival yet. The event will be a jam-packed four-day celebration of filmmaking, community, and the arts, including new VR, experimental film, storytelling and live music programming, as well as the usual array of short films, parties, Q&As and more.
So bring your friends and family down to A Golden Afternoon on Sunday, July 17, for a flavour-packed taste-test of the Heart of Gold experience.