“When you’re on to a good thing, stick to it!” That seems to be the unofficial motto of celebrities, ticket holders and sponsors who’ve attended the Stellar Short Film Festival over the past two years, judging by the way they’re flocking to get back on board for the 2020 event.
Australian film stars Michael Caton, Stephen Curry, Rick Davies and Scott Major will return to McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery in Langwarrin on Saturday, February 29, with more to come. They’ll join major sponsors Frankston City Council and Illumin8 Accountants and more than 1200 VIP and general admission guests for another night under the stars celebrating great films, food and good times.
Stellar will showcase 12 of the best award-winning Australian short films from 2019, with prize winners including Best Film selected by the panel of industry judges and a Best Performance award sponsored by the Frankston Arts Centre.
General admission ticket-holders can relax with music from DJ Nige or wander around the park before enjoying the films and their Finesse Catering gourmet Buddha Bowl, which caters for vegans/vegetarians and is gluten-free.
Available for purchase are beer from Dainton Brewery, wines from Merricks General Wine Store, Roseade, gin from That Spirited Lot, snacks including gourmet doughnuts and choc tops, and coffee from Little Olive.
VIP ticket-holders will indulge in a cocktail-style dinner party in the indoor gallery, with drinks at the VIP bar before the screenings, and receive a showbag of goodies, reserved seating, and an invitation to the Stellar after-party. Only 120 VIP tickets are available, so get on it fast at stellarshortfilmfestival.com.au
Stellar is proudly supported by Frankston City Council and major sponsor Illumin8, the Mount Eliza accounting firm with a whole lot of personality. Follow Stellar on Facebook and Instagram for more announcements @stellarshortfilmfestival