WEFF 2021 is moving online!
As the lockdown has been extended to this Sunday, we are changing things up a little. This year, the WEFF program of short films will be online.
For those of you who’ve already purchased a ticket, we are offering you open access to both sessions as a thank you for showing your support to the local arts. This means you now can watch more than 3 hrs of brilliant content from the cushy comfort of your home.
For everyone who is still needing to purchase a ticket, we are dropping the price to $10 per session.
Thank you all for showing such tremendous support in these difficult times.
We aim to launch online viewing from Wednesday evening to coincide with our planned first session at Metro Arts.
More details to come on how you can access WEFF21
Stay Safe, WEFF team
West End Film Festival is an Australian short film competition held in one of Brisbane's most vibrant communities, West End. WEFF was established in 2009 by a group of local film-makers focused on supporting grassroots film-makers, and continues to connect with this founding objective today.
Forging relationships with local communities, and encouraging collaborations among artists, the festival highlights the importance of creativity and connection. WEFF has grown to be one of Brisbane's most loved film festivals, celebrating community, culture and diversity that is uniquely West End.
We’re excited to be screening this year’s program at Metro Arts, one of Brisbane’s premier arts venues supporting communities and local artists for over 40 years.
This year WEFF includes 2 sessions per day repeated over 3 days showing 50+ selected short films by Australian filmmakers all vying for a share of over $3,000 in prizes, with the final GOLD session including awards and presentations to the winners.
Sunday, August 1 - Bunyapa Park @6pm (FREE EVENT) Cancelled due to lockdown.
Wednesday, August 4 - Metro Arts @6pm and @8pm
Thursday, August 5 - Metro Arts @6pm and @8pm
Friday, August 6 - Metro Arts @6pm and @8pm