STUFFit Student Film Festival returns to Nambour Civic Centre
  • Monday 03 March 2014

Support the next generation of film makers at the STUFFit Student Film Festival at Sunshine Coast Council’s Nambour Civic Centre Arthouse Cinema on Saturday, March 8.

Mayor Mark Jamieson will present an award at the conclusion of the screening of shortlisted films. For the last three years the STUFFit Student Film Festival competition has been a force of creative and entrepreneurial excellence for high school students. 

St. John’s College and the STUFFit Management Team are proud to be hosting the third annual STUFFit Student Film Festival. The screening of the shortlisted films begins at 1pm concluding at 5pm with refreshments and presentations to the winners until 5:30pm.

From receiving a NAB seed grant to kick-start the festival in 2011 to receiving an incredible 93 film entries from high school students Australia wide, STUFFit is an unstoppable student-driven entity. Fine-tuned and organised by a committee of dedicated and committed students, the STUFFit management team succeeds in developing the event consistently and of professional standard. Each year, entries are received from high school students across Australia, ranging from engaging documentaries to hilarious comedic live films.

The cost to attend is just $15 for adults and $12 for concessions, students and children. Tickets are selling fast so book now to avoid disappointment. For bookings visit Nambour Civic Centre, Upper Level, Centenary Square, Currie Street, Nambour or call 07 5475 7777 or book online at www.scvenuesandevents.com.au.