Gold Coast Film Festival
Modelled on the Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film, Gold Coast Film Fantastic showcases the many genres of fantasy film, including science fiction, horror, special effects, animation, anime and children’s fantasy together with sidebar events. The festival is open to the public.
The Gold Coast Film Festival also supported Australia's first online video maker award ceremony, the Australian Webstream Awards in 2013. The Program Director, Mitch Ziems, helped open the ceremony that took place at the Metro Arts Theatre in Brisbane, Queensland on the 16th of November.
2014 Gold Coast Film Festival
The festival program will include a range of national and international films, including genre features, dramas, foreign films, pop-culture films and horror, as well as the festival's Cool Japan and Queensland Showcase strands.
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