Gold Coast
Film Festival

Wed 17 Apr - Sun 28 Apr
Gold Coast  Film Festival

Bringing films to life

The Gold Coast Film Festival is a celebration of film and filmmaking hosted in Australia’s most dynamic screen destination, the Gold Coast, from 17-28 April presenting the best of Australian and international cinema along with profiling local and independent films.

Now in its 22nd year, the festival includes 12 jam-packed days and nights of amazing films, inspirational panels and special events.

Gold Coast Film Festival 2024 will explore diverse stories and unique perspectives on-screen through its short and feature film program and will award a range of prizes across various festival competition strands. Through the Gold Coast Film Festival Public Giving Fund, several free-to-attend industry education events provide wonderful opportunities for emerging and established screen creatives to learn, connect and grow.

The Gold Coast Film Festival is supported by the Queensland State Government through Screen Queensland, Experience Gold Coast, Tourism and Events Queensland, and the City of Gold Coast.

To find out more visit Gold Coast Film Festival.

Dates
Wed 17 Apr - Sun 28 Apr


#Special Events

Women in Film Lunch
Past Event
All Ages
Gold Coast Film Festival - Special Event
Cliffhanger
Gold Coast Film Festival - Special Event
Fri 26 Apr

Cliffhanger

Hang On!

Screen Industry Gala Awards
Past Event
All Ages
Gold Coast Film Festival - Special Event
Emerge!
Past Event
Gold Coast Film Festival - Special Event
Sat 20 Apr

Emerge!

Student Shorts Gala

THE ENDING GOES FOREVER: THE SCREAMFEEDER STORY
Past Event
Recommended Ages 15+
Gold Coast Film Festival - Special Event
In The Elevator
Past Event
All Ages
Gold Coast Film Festival - Special Event

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