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Central Queensland's premiere film arts festival has grow from a outdoor short film festival in its initial year to a five day destination event held on the shores of the Keppel coast hosting feature film and documentary premieres, masterclasses, outdoor events and screenings.

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2019 festival  highlights

 

PAST FESTIVAL PROGRAMS

Capricorn Film Festival 2019 hosted six Central Queensland premieres of feature films and documentaries, over the course of four days including two outdoor screenings and the CAPS Short Film Festival coming the annual event. The event has grown into the regions premiere film arts destination event. 

CAPRICORN FILM FESTIVAL 2019

SPONSORS

Presented by the Livingstone Shire Council with Tourism Events Queensland, Screen Queensland, LSC RADF and Keppel Coast Arts.

DATE

20-23rd November 2019

FESTIVAL PROGRAM

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FESTIVAL PARTON

Michael Caton

 

CAPS JURY WINNER

Bellbird (NZ) directed by Hamish Bennett

CAPS SHORT FILM WINNER

The Quiet (AUS) by Radheya Jegatheva

 

CAPRICORN FILM FESTIVAL 2018

SPONSORS

Presented by the Livingstone Shire Council with Gladstone Ports Corporation, Screen Queensland, LSC RADF and Keppel Coast Arts.

DATE

23-24th November 2018

FESTIVAL PROGRAM

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CAPS WORLD WINNER

Dying Art (AUS) directed by Brendan Kelly

CAPS OPEN WINNER

Come Correct (AUS) by Alex and Dominic Russell

CAPS JUNIOR WINNER

The Shelvador (AUS) directed by Jordan Muller

CAPRICORN FILM FESTIVAL 2017

 

SPONSORS

Presented by the Arts Queensland with Gladstone Ports Corporation, Screen Queensland and Gladstone Regional Council.

DATE

16th December 2017

FESTIVAL PROGRAM

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CAPS WORLD WINNER

Adele (AUS) directed by Mirene Igwabi

CAPS OPEN WINNER

The Arrow (AUS) directed by Clifton Schulke

CAPS JUNIOR WINNER

The Hoody (AUS) directed by Kasey Deeth

CAPRICORN FILM FESTIVAL 2016

 

SPONSORS

Presented by Gladstone Ports Corporation with Tourism Events Queensland, Screen Queensland and Gladstone Regional Council.

DATE

28-29th December 2016

FESTIVAL PROGRAM

Unavailable

 

CAPS WORLD WINNER

Sengatan (AUS) directed by Frank Magre

CAPS OPEN WINNER

Neighbourhood Wars (AUS) directed by Dan Mulvhill

CAPS JUNIOR WINNER

Tiny Dancer (AUS) directed by Ellie Kendall

CAPRICORN FILM FESTIVAL 2015

SPONSORS

Presented by Gladstone Regional Council with Gladstone Ports Corporation with Tourism Events Queensland and Screen Queensland.

DATE

19th September 2015

FESTIVAL PROGRAM

Unavailable

 

CAPS WORLD WINNER

Mend and Make Do (UK) directed by Bexie Bush

CAPRICORN FILM WINNER

She Bought the Stars (AUS) by Natisha Strudwick

PEOPLES CHOICE WINNER

The Bus Knight (AUS) directed by Tony Walsh

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Capricorn Film Festival Inc is supported by Livingstone Shire Council. In part by grants from the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, Screen Queensland, Tourism Events Queensland and the Regional Arts Development Fund and in part by the Regional councils of Central Queensland believing an investment in the Arts is an investment in Central Queensland's future.

 

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