The eighth annual Setting Sun Film Festival

The eighth annual Setting Sun Film Festival

Setting Sun Film Festival

Tuesday 9th February -The Lillith

Book tickets

Dumb Ways To Die Australia    Dur: 7:03
Dir: Taysha McFarland
A justice seeking vigilante goes to extreme lengths to educate a family on the importance of honesty.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER      Spain Dur: 4
Dir: Rodrigo Sopena Costales, Joana Solnado
Milagros is obliged to install a fire extinguisher in her chapel. But first she will have to ask someone’s permission…
Nour Australia     Dur: 14:22
Dir: Suzy Sainovski
A young Syrian girl fleeing the horrors of the civil war suddenly finds herself with more responsibility than she can handle
Sync or Swim     Australia Dur: 6
Dir: Gary Hegedus
A short film on the difficulties a cast member can have when being overworked on-set.
Three August Days     Estonia Dur: 20
Dir: Madli Lääne
In the midst of the political upheaval of the early 1990s, an Estonian girl and a Russian boy reach across cultural lines to unite over a shared bottle of American soda.
Kneeling Sheep      United States Dur: 14:30
Dir: Hai Rihan
A Mongolian single mother fights to save her son who is about to be executed, only to discover that the absence of justice is crushing her life.
LENNY      Australia Dur: 7
Dir: Richard de Carvalho
A lonely writers life is turned around with the unexpected arrival of a house guest
Home     Greenland Dur: 7:59
Dir: Inuk Jorgensen
A personal perspective on coming home after nearly a decade abroad and finding that something is off in the familiar paradise. A warning that profound change is coming. Change that will influence future generations.
Over the influence       United Kingdom    Dur: 5:35
Dir: Andrew Younge
In an attempt to justify why he no longer uses social media, a prospective housemate viewing a flat unknowingly launches into a rant that goes against everything his future housemates stand for.
Bodies      Australia Dur: 8:26
Dir: Tegan Clancy
Bodies is a documentary about four women and their expression of their bodies through their chosen art forms. The film examines the connection between self-love and body image, posing the question, ‘Can you love yourself if you don’t love your body?’.
Anna                  UK                         Dur:14.59
Cannes Official Selection 19′ – Living in war-torn Eastern Ukraine, Anna is an aging single mother who is desperate for a change. Lured by a radio advertisement, she goes to party with a group of American men who are touring the country, searching for love. Nominated for a short Palme d’Or, BIFA award winner for Best British Short Film, was shortlisted for a BAFTA, more than 200 selections and dozens of awards. Thank you for considering our film!!

 

Thursday 4th February – The Dahlia

Friday 5th February The Bridge

Saturday, 6th February – The Palm

Saturday 6th February – The Footscray Flapper


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Sunday 7th Feb – The Western Star

Sunday 7th Feb – The Rising Sun – youth program sponsored by Victoria University

 

Sunday 7th Feb- The Golden Sunset

Monday 8th Feb – The Banksia

Tuesday 9th February -The Lillith

Wednesday 10th February – The Whitten

Thursday 11th February -The Smith

Friday 12th Feb – A Small Punch in a Little Town – Australian feature film