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Published 13 June 2024, updated 30 June 2024

BREC and BRAG present an evening of international short films focused on craft; makers, making and materials.

The Makers' Film Festival is an international short film festival dedicated to craft on the big screen. This year’s program is jam-packed with 17 short films selected from Mallorca, Morocco, Kazakhstan, Singapore, India, Australia and New Zealand.

The entire MFF23 program is only 90 minutes long, screened in two parts with an interval, and films range in duration from one to ten minutes.

The filmmaking and story-telling approaches are as varied as the craft disciplines presented. Interviews, documentaries, and stop motion animations uncover traditions, skills, and consequences in a glorious survey of making – furniture, public art, textiles, baskets, ceramics, glass, jewellery, and more.

Focusing on the diversity of approaches in both craft and filmmaking to illustrate (and tell the stories of) the breadth and wonder of craft practices from around the world and across artistic disciplines.

When: Thursday 27 June, 6.30pm to 8pm (90mins including interval)

Where: Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre

Cost: $6.50 + BF

Tickets are essential and purchased via the BREC website here

The Makers Film Festival is produced by Maker & Smith.