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Australian short film titles released in cinemas

In Australia, the UK and US,
1998–2016

Next update March 2018


There have been no Australian shorts released in cinemas since 2012.

2012

Title Distributor
Australia
The Palace Hopscotch

Source: Compiled by Screen Australia

Notes:
Can include Australian productions, official co-productions and other productions with overseas partners where creative control is shared (i.e. with a mix of Australians in key creative positions); however, no co-productions have been released during this period.
Excludes documentaries.

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There were no Australian shorts released in cinemas from 2006–2011.

2005

Title Distributor
Australia
Dreams for Life Music Arts Dance Films
Jewboy Porchlight
The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello Madman
The Widower Gil Scine Films

Source: Compiled by Screen Australia

Notes:
Can include Australian productions, official co-productions and other productions with overseas partners where creative control is shared (i.e. with a mix of Australians in key creative positions); however, no co-productions have been released during this period.
Excludes documentaries.

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2004

Title Distributor
Australia
Harvie Krumpet Melodrama Pictures
Roy Höllsdotter Live Retroactive Films

Source: Compiled by Screen Australia

Notes:
Can include Australian productions, official co-productions and other productions with overseas partners where creative control is shared (i.e. with a mix of Australians in key creative positions); however, no co-productions have been released during this period.
Excludes documentaries.

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2002

Title Distributor
Australia
The Only Person in the World Palace
ICQ AFID

Source: Compiled by Screen Australia

Notes:
Can include Australian productions, official co-productions and other productions with overseas partners where creative control is shared (i.e. with a mix of Australians in key creative positions); however, no co-productions have been released during this period.
Excludes documentaries.

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2001

Title Distributor UK/US
Australia
Disappeared Director
One Night the Moon Dendy Films
Gate AFID
US/UK
Above the Dust Level Atom Films US

Source: Compiled by Screen Australia

Notes:
Can include Australian productions, official co-productions and other productions with overseas partners where creative control is shared (i.e. with a mix of Australians in key creative positions); however, no co-productions have been released during this period.
Excludes documentaries.

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2000

Title Distributor UK/US
Australia
Above the Dust Level AFID
Break & Enter AFID
The Calling AFID
Darwin’s Evolutionary Stakes AFID
Hoppin’ Mad AFID
The Kiss AFID
Midas AFID
Mozzie AFID
Never Too Latte AFID
The Old Man AFID
Oops! AFID
The Pilbara Pearl AFID
Pretty Penny AFID
Project Vlad AFID
Three Chords and a Wardrobe AFID
US/UK
Feeling Sexy Barbican UK

Source: Compiled by Screen Australia

Notes:
Can include Australian productions, official co-productions and other productions with overseas partners where creative control is shared (i.e. with a mix of Australians in key creative positions); however, no co-productions have been released during this period.
Excludes documentaries.

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1999

Title Distributor
Australia
Bangers AFID
Eat Your Greens AFID
Feeling Sexy Niche Pictures
Harry’s War AFID
I Was Robert Mitchum AFID
Night of Shadows AFID
Saturday Night, Sunday Morning AFID
The Third Stroke AFID
Wind AFID
US/UK
Cherish Jour de Fete Films US

Source: Compiled by Screen Australia

Notes:
Can include Australian productions, official co-productions and other productions with overseas partners where creative control is shared (i.e. with a mix of Australians in key creative positions); however, no co-productions have been released during this period.
Excludes documentaries.

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1998

Title Distributor
Australia
Deadline Producer
Tulip Producer

Source: Compiled by Screen Australia.

Notes:
Can include Australian productions, official co-productions and other productions with overseas partners where creative control is shared (i.e. with a mix of Australians in key creative positions); however, no co-productions have been released during this period.
Excludes documentaries.

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