** Open to Australian Filmmakers only**

The Nundah Film Festival (previously North Brisbane Film Festival) is a small and local film festival which will be located in the suburb of Nundah in Brisbane, Australia. Nundah is becoming quite the arts hub in North Brisbane, so what better than to introduce a very own film fest to the suburb! The purpose of the festival is to help young emerging filmmakers from Brisbane and Australia wide promote their short films and get an audience.

The festival will be held at Birch Carroll & Coyle Cinema, Toombul in February 2018. It will be a relaxed night to watch some awesome local talent, and to sit down with some movie snacks in the comfort of a mainstream cinema.

We will be accepting short films in the following categories:
- Short Documentary ( 15mins Max. )
- Short Narrative ( 15mins Max. )
- Music Clips ( 4mins Max. )

All proceeds go to the Rotary Club of Nundah.

Awards will be given from the People's Choice ballots.

We want to keep the rules simple.
1. When submitting your film, you agree to let Birch Carroll & Coyle Toombul and the festival's organizers play your film on the night if it is accepted into the festival, and clips or still images for promotional material.
2. If your film is selected to be screened on the night, you must send us a 2K DCP (Digital Cinema Package) formatted file type on a usb. WE CANNOT ACCEPT ANY OTHER FILE TYPE.
3. We will contact you if you have been selected to screen your film.
4. Your film will only be used for the purpose of this film festival.
5. Please give us any promotional material, including posters or trailers of your film that we can use.
6. Films must be family friendly, PG+ or M rating (Absolutely no explicit films)

Overall Rating
  • Tom Vogel

    Make sure you put a submission in or be there in the audience for the next one. I could not make it to support my film, as I live in Melbourne but would have loved to have been there. Good communication from the festival too.

    August 2018
  • Cozy festival and place, great communication.

    March 2018
  • Andrew Seaton

    Lovely festival, great communication form beginning to end.

    February 2018
  • Chris McGuiness

    Was small but good, would to like to see more student films in the Evie wing and a follow up email

    March 2017
  • Michael Barnett

    Although I was unable to attend the festival, a friend went along on my behalf and provided the following feedback. He said it was a joy to attend and it felt like stepping back in time to a friendly country event. He loved the festival night - the friendly folk taking the entry fee (a modest donation to the local Meals on Wheels), chatting about the festival with the enthusiastic organisers and some of the film makers, the volunteers taking drink orders and the aroma of the freshly popped (and yummy) popcorn. A good cross section of attendees watched the films which represented a diverse range of topics. This festival has all the ingredients for continued growth and success in future years.

    January 2017