Mudfest: Australian Short Film Program and Wine Tasting
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The last date listed for Mudfest: Australian Short Film Program & Wine Tasting was Tuesday January 17, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Janine Burns’ Ray (2004, 9 min), where John Wayne figures prominently in a story about a boy and a garbage collector in a small town.
Gary Sofarelli’s Beyond (2010, 6 min), a dreamy, deep film set in a swimming pool.
Andrew Ruhemann and Shaun Tan’s The Lost Thing (2010, 14 min), in which a boy discovers a strange creature on a beach.
Heath Davis’ Bee Sting (2010, 14 min), about complicated love at the age of 9.
Nash Edgerton’s Spider (2007, 10 min), in which a man’s practical joke on his girlfriend has tragic consequences.
Dustin Feneley’s Snow (2005, 15 min), about a boy’s first realization of death.
Genevieve Clay’s Be My Brother (2009, 7 min), a tale proving that disabilities are not always a detriment.
Stuart Parkyn’s Jerrycan (2008, 12 min), in which a boy and his mates make life-and-death decisions in rural Australia.
Thomas Turley’s Pension Day (2007, 5 min), featuring a main character having not the best day/
Loosie Craig’s Mavis (2006, 5 min), a funny tale of awards won and regrets.
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