|Harry Bardwell (left) and Georgina Isles (right), producer of “Adult School” discuss the film in a Q & A.||
Flickerfest kicked off again in Narrogin on Friday 31st March. There was a buzz in the air and an expectation of entertainment in the Performing Arts Centre at the Narrogin Senior High School while waiting for the film shows to begin.
The Best of Australian was the first session held on Friday night, which included a Q&A with Georgina Isles, producer of one of the movies screened ‘Adult School’.
The first session on Saturday night was Short Laughs Comedy with movies that were both amusing and thought provoking.
The Best of International followed and had something for everyone, but possibly one of the most confronting films was ‘Nocturne in Black,’ which dealt with life in war torn Syria.
Refreshments were enjoyed out on the balcony on the beautiful balmy, autumnal evenings.
As well as the laughter that emanated from the crowd during the comedy, each of the shorts raised some of today’s issues, in today’s world. There was animated conversation at the intermission on both nights, and some of the films will most likely continue to be discussed long after Flickerfest has moved on.