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First Place at the 2012 Film Factor Short Film Festival goes to……………………..


Paul for his stop motion animation Lego’s Got Talent, the only film not featuring any people. But that is not all.

Third place also went to Andrew for directing a short film A Pointless Journey, although it would not have been possible without thirteen of the finest actors.

This year the festival was held in a theatrette at The State Library  in Swanston Street, Melbourne.

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We congratulate both Paul and Andrew on a terrific result.

Now sit back and enjoy the winning films below.

First place. Running time 4 minutes.

Third place. Running time 8 minutes. Rated PG: Some scenes may frighten small children.

In case you didn’t already know Andrew won first place in this Festival last year. You can read about it on this related post Winner of the Film Festival 2011

First Place at the Film Factor Short Film Festival goes to……………………..


Andrew for writing and directing Anarka. Andrew did a great job in producing this 8 minute film based on his original story and script. But of course could not have done this without his co-stars Paul, James and Daniel. Andrew received a Plaque, Mini Flip HD camera and $100.00 to be shared among the cast.

If you hadn’t seen our earlier post from July this year Clear Vision Films, together with The Excursion Factor ran a short film festival on Saturday night 10th September. It was held at the Signal fine arts studio which is located behind Flinders street station in the city. Signal is Melbourne’s first arts studio dedicated to people aged 13 to 20 interested in a wide range of art forms. Signal provides opportunities to work with professional artists across all art forms. About Signal.

The festival was judged by an independent panel of four made up from some emerging young actors from the TV industry and had the support of The Home Education Network.

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It was a great night with a terrific result for Andrew and the boys. Now sit back and enjoy the winning film below.

Rated PG: Some scenes may frighten small children. Running time 8 minutes.