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Green Foot Flicks - Knox Youth Film Festival

Green Foot Flicks
Are you creative, enthusiastic and interested in being part of something in your community?

2017 Green Foot Flicks (GFF)

See the talents of young film makers, be amazed and entertained at the 2017 Green Foot Flicks Youth Film Festival.

Event Details

Date
Wednesday 5 April 2017
Time 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Where Village Cinemas Knox, Westfield Knox Shopping Centre
435 Burwood Hwy, Wantirna South


Limited tickets on the night, will be available at the door, for $6 (if not previously sold out).

For further information contact Kate Clark phone 9298 8000 or kate.clark@knox.vic.gov.au.

Download the event flyer

Young People main page

Congratulations to the 2017 Finalists

The following films are being featured at this years Green Foot Flicks Youth Film Festival at Village Cinemas Knox on Wednesday 5 April 2017. Make sure you book your tickets (above)

  • "Drones" by Param Patwala
  • "iCentury" by Barak Chen
  • "Ikhaya" by Lachlan McNeary
  • "Mums Chores" by Jake Cawfield
  • "No Pain No Train" by Shing Hei Ho
  • "Paperboy" by Julia Proctor
  • "Papers Please" by Darcy Blackburn & Sebastian Hassal
  • "Talk Through the Night" by Sarah Gunn
  • "The life and times of a temporary tattoo artist" by Daniel Niebroski
  • "The Apprehended" by Nathanael Schokman
  • "The Assignment" by Daniel Bil
  • "The Dog cafe Melbourne" by Carla Varani
  • "This is how we get along" by Sierra Laird
  • "Tough decisions ahead" by Georgia Thompson

Be Part of the Team who Organise GFF

Green Foot Flicks is organised by a group of young people called the Knox Youth Events Crew.

The Events Crew is a group of young people 10-25, who have a connection to the City of Knox, who have come together to help support and guide Knox City Council's Youth Services in the provision of their participation in three (3) major festivals; Green Foot Flicks, Knox Festival and Stringybark. Knox City Council Youth Services will achieve this by supporting the Events Crew to engage young people more effectively in the planning, development and coordination of Youth Services involvement in the above festivals.

We are currently seeking expressions of interest from young people aged between 12 and 25 years of age who live, work, study or hang out in the City of Knox to help us plan the Green Foot Flicks Film Festival, including other activities at the Knox Festival and Knox Stringybark Festival. We will also assist the selected young people to develop skills in event management, risk management, sponsorship, promotion and marketing.

For more information, criteria, guidelines and about Knox Youth Events Crew visit the Knox Youth Events Crew webpage

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

What Music Can I use in my Films?


There are free music sites where you can access music please see below for some examples:

Why Is It Called Green Foot Flicks?


The name 'Green Foot Flicks' came about during the first festival in 2008 when the promotional ad featured a giant green monster, who left his green foot-print which become our logo, and so it became the Green Foot Flicks!

For more information

If you would like to get involved in the Knox Youth Events Crew, or have any questions in regards to Green Foot Flicks contact Kate Clark, Youth Development Worker, Knox City Council Youth Services telephone 9298 8550 or email Kate.Clark@knox.vic.gov.au

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