Mudgee Uncorked is proudly bringing short films to Regional Australia.

Twice voted the 'Top Tourism Town in Australia', Mudgee is famously known as having some of the best wineries in the country... Wine and cinema? A perfect pairing!

With our low submission fees, we're hoping to see an incredibly eclectic collection of films to put in our 2024 program. We're looking for stories that captivate, stories that question, stories that are unique in perspective...and we're looking at you to submit them to us.

Our first year is now off to a running start and we will be announcing our sponsors, as well as prizes/awards over the next coming months, so make sure to follow our socials and be the first to know.

Our festival is set to be hosted in one of Mudgee's most picturesque wineries...an audience gathered underneath the stars with endless popcorn and flowing wine, all there to get lost in a world that you've created.

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Thank you in advance for sharing your art with us, we're all incredibly excited to watch your films. All the best and good luck.

Best Short
Best LGBTQIA+
Best Horror
Best Performance
Best Score
Best Cinematography
Best Production Design
Audience Choice

*Prizes will be announced over the coming months*

Filmmakers must have the rights to their films, and through submitting thereby grant the Mudgee Uncorked International Film Festival the right to screen their film. All films must be in English or subtitled in English.

Digital submissions only, all films must be viewable as online screeners.

Films are not required to be a premiere screening.

If selected for 'Flavour of the Month' - a questionnaire about your film will be sent to you for you so we can showcase your film as accurately as possible.

Being selected as 'Flavour of the Month' does not guarantee admission into the festival program.

Having a poster for your film would be a great help in promoting it on our webpages, alternatively a still image may be taken from your film to use.

Films shall not have been in production earlier than 2018

Films shall not exceed 25 minutes.