Flickerfest celebrates its 19th year as Australia's only AcademyВ® Award accredited Short Film festival, screening the best short films from Australia and the world in a unique and relaxed summer environment under the stars at Bondi Beach.
After two months touring Australia, it's about to hit a local vineyard to celebrate its success over a glass of organic bubbly.
The Rosnay stop is part of a Flickerfest tour of 23 venues around Australia, and is a result of Rosnay securing the title of official wine supplier to the Bondi festival.
Flickerfest director, Bronwyn Kidd, said the festival is actively sourcing green and organic for all of its supplies, hence Rosnay's appeal.
"For the last 19 years, Flickerfest has been a showcase of the inspirational and provocative Australian short film genre, and this year the organic wines and juices served in all of our bars will be a perfect match, Ms Kidd said.
We can't wait to pop a cork of Rosnay's delicious organic bubbly on the closing night.
Rosnay wines are being served throughout the Festival at Bondi and on the National Tour, and now, at the home of the wines themselves.
Sam Statham, Rosnay, stressed Flickerfest is not two weeks of foreign language films.
It is one night of Australia's leading short films that are the pick of the crop and specially curated for the Flickerfest national tour, appealing to all people who just like a good movie.
The films include Miracle Fish, recently nominated for an Academy award and Ralph, directed by Debboral Mailman, of Secret Life of Us fame.
It's a great event and the first time it's been held out here and we are very excited, Sam said.
The event is being screened by Pics in the Sticks, on their big outdoor inflatable screen and we reckon we can easily fit 200 people on the front lawn at Richard and Florence's house.