Today we are super excited to announce the Finalists in our SF3 Best Feature Film Award. These are the best films from our 28 submissions and they run the full gamut of stories – from a horror film in suburban LA, to a heart broken woman in South America, to wharf gangs in coastal India to a grandfather in rural Iran – we have it all. These films are wonderful and will all be available at SF3 Online kicking off for 2 weeks on November 18th. AND we will be screening horror film, Paralysis by Levi Austin Morris, live on Sunday 19th November at 4pm at the Actors Centre Australia
. Early-bird tickets on sale now. Use code: SF3earlybird at https://sf3.eventbrite.com.au
And our SF3 Feature Film Finalists are:
2. The Human Voice by Luis Fernandez
3. In the Meantime by Nicholas Anthony
4. JOHN by Le Han
5. Downfall of Solomon Kparata by Akintunde Smith – Gsr Pro
7. MY HERO by Morteza Atashzamzam
8. A long afternoon by Sohibanoo Zolghadr
10. KAALAL aka THE PAWN by Bharat R. Sekhar
11. It’s all In your head by Dhruv Solanki
We are extremely proud to share with you our 2023 SF3 Kids Finalists. These films are the best up and coming filmmakers, ready to win Oscars in a decade or so. In no particular order, a huge congrats to these filmmakers screening at our SF3 Kids Finals on Sunday 19th November at the Actors Centre Australi
a at 11am Early bird tickets on sale now at https://sf3.eventbrite.com.a
u with code: sf3earlybird
Peachy’s Movie by Harriet McLean
An Awful Plot of Grass by Casimir Marshall
To be an actor by Aisata Bah
Watching by Indianna Thompson
How to be a Successful Serial Killer by Jared Elliott
HairTIES by Jade & BIllie Chipper
Alone by Connor Tattersall
Wake Up by Lewis Manning-Lourey
Time Machine by Aston Di Donato
Shaun Crossman: Elite Road and Track Cyclist by Felix Crossman
Blood Will Have Blood by Toby Makeham & Stella O’Brien
Fish out of Water by Spencer Tomlin
He She They by Lucia Lobsey
At Your Service by Max Shao & Charlie Bradford
Happy Birthday by Evie Lemay, Annabelle Szewcow & Trixie Raoud
Warren: An Interview with a Cartoonist by Amelie Kordina-Barker
A Day in the Life of an F-boy by Ajila Miller-Gersbach & Olivia Bottom
CATastrophe by Noah Kennedy
The Tea Party by Natasha Gilmore & Pupils of St Albert’s Primary School
Taken by Prakash Gandhi Natarajan
Bullet Proof Kids by Tom Morfitt-White & Charlie Wason
Me. My eleven years. War by Marusya Shuvalova
Doll Disaster by Zac Deren
A Child’s Guide to Swearing: a Short Documentary by Miles Fisher
We have this exclusive offer from our partners at FilmLocal for all our SF3 creatives. Pay just $1 for 2 months of Key Membership and apply for jobs, attend workshops and so much more as part of this incredible film community. Use code SF32023 at –
Pitch an SF3 film idea for your chance to have your film professionally cast by Australia’s leading casting agents, Chicken and Chips Casting
. You have 1 week to submit your 2 minute video pitch and the winner will have some of Australia’s leading actors star in their film and have it screened at SF3 2022. We want all film ideas no matter the budget, from $0 up to making it rain, from all across Australia.
1. Send a 2 min video pitch of your film idea to email@example.com. The pitch doesn’t have to be anything fancy. We just want to see you and your idea, tell us about your concept, your story, the characters etc. The deadline for pitches is midnight AEST Sunday 3rd July, 2022.
2. The C&C team will review pitches and give SF3 the shortlist by Monday 11th July.
3. Shortlisted films will be asked to send in their completed scripts by 18th July.
4. The C&C team will make their winner selection by 22nd July.
5. The winner will work with C&C to cast their film and have approx 1 month to shoot their film for the SF3 September 1st deadline.
Filmmaking has never been more affordable or accessible and there’s now no excuse not to be making your own films. Over the past 8 years of SF3 many of our award winning films have been made by actors who have made their very first film for us. Come and let us teach you how to make professional and award winning films on your phone. We will teach you about screenwriting and making your own content as an actor, professional smartphone filmmaking techniques, editing and film festival submission and success.
Plus everything you learn you can utiilse to take your self-tapes to the next level. So not only will you be on the road to making your very own films but you’ll be booking even more jobs…basically, we’ll help you smash your career goals in 2022 and beyond!
This workshop is presented in partnership with SF3 and the Actors Centre Australia and is made possible by Create NSW. The tutors for the workshop are SF3’s Co-Founder & Director, Angela Blake, and Actor/Director and in-demand Coach, Pip Edwards.
Tue, June 21, 2022
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM AEST
Actors Centre Australia
23 Norton Street, Italian Forum, Shop 30 A Italian Forum Performance Precinct
Leichhardt, NSW 2040
This closing weekend of SF3 Online, we are offering a very special online masterclass. “Going Viral” with Jason van Genderen! Tickets are pay-what-you-can and its only available from Friday 23rd at 6pm to Sunday 25th midnight AEST. https://watch.eventive.org/…/play/5f54717da5f0ae004dbeb7df
In April 2020 (during Coronavirus lockdown), Jason van Genderen experienced something pretty astounding. A video story he captured at home went viral – during the pandemic. But Jason did something very remarkable… he turned on his iPhone and documented the whole journey of going viral, analysing the key triggers and milestones, then repeated the exercise whilst creating this course, for your education! In less than 3 months his videos have been seen over 37,000,000 times.
Jason has been interviewed and celebrated on some of the world’s biggest shows, including The Late Late Show with James Corden and Good Morning America. This course is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to understand the drivers behind content that goes viral and will give you an opportunity to rapidly scale the video views you can achieve online too.