Capricorn Film Festival returns for 2018!

The Capricorn Film Festival will return to Central Queensland this year in it’s new home of Yeppoon. The Capricorn Film Festival will run from November 23 – 24 where guest judges and industry professionals will be visiting Yeppoon to lend their expertise to the event, held at the Yeppoon Town Hall. The festival will open with…

Capricorn Film Festival submissions closing soon!

Filmmakers! You have just over two weeks left to get your feature, short and documentary entries submitted for the 2018 Capricorn Film Festival. After the triumph of last year’s record breaking submissions including 30 short films made by regional Queensland’s for the CAPS Short Film Festival’s two Central Queenslander only categories, CAPS Junior and CAPS Open,…

Capricorn Film Festival relocates to Yeppoon

Capricorn Film Festival director Luke Graham has confirmed the popular festival will relocate from Gladstone to Yeppoon in 2018. In line with this announcement, both Keppel Coast Arts and Livingstone Shire Council have confirmed their partnership with the Capricorn Film Festival and will provide extensive support and funding for the 2018 festival program. It is envisaged…

The Capricorn Film Festival set to tour Rockhampton

The CAPS Short Film Tour will hit the beautiful Quay Street precinct on Saturday, 20 January where the best of this year’s Capricorn Film Festival will screen outdoor for the first time in Rockhampton. For the first time CAPS Short Film Festival will travel across Central Queensland, bringing the best of last year’s short film submissions…

Capricorn Film Festival program announced

The official lineup of films has been announced for this year’s Capricorn Film Festival. The annual #capfilmfest gives residents the chance to support filmmakers from around the region and from all over the world. It also allows for local filmmakers, seasoned and beginner, to enter their short films into the competition. Attendees to the festival…

Tickets are on sale now for Capricorn Film Festival 2017 – Central Queensland’s premiere film destination event

Central Queensland’s premiere film destination event, the 3rd Capricorn Film Festival, is a film arts festival containing Virtual Reality interactive experiences, masterclasses, panel discussions and selected short films in competition reviewed by a jury of film and entertainment professionals with the winners receiving cash prizes and trophies. 2017 is  and will be held at GECC on…

Capricorn Film Festival is calling for entries

Lights, camera… Capfilmfest! Capricorn Film Festival has opened submissions for year three of its highly successful destination event including an exciting new category and festival partner in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority’s Local Marine Advisory Committees. After the triumph of last year, with a record 22 short films made regionally for two Central…

The Capricorn Film Festival

Capricorn Film Festival Inc is an Australian not for profit film arts organisation. They discover local, national and international cinema gems and artists; whom they showcase to a diverse audience of film lovers. Based in the busy industry town of Gladstone, the Capricorn Film Festival is Central Queensland’s premiere film media organisation.  Community activities include developing and maintaining an annual film festival, film and media curriculum and the…

Have you submitted your Capricorn Film Festival entries yet?

Time is running out for filmmakers to submit their films for the Capricorn Film Festival. Submissions close October 6, 2016 so get you films in now for the following categories. BEST FEATURE FILM Capricorn Film Festival are on the hunt for feature films from over the world. There is no restriction on the location of the…

Producer Luke Graham announces new film festival for Central Queensland

France has Cannes, New York has Tribeca, Sydney has Tropfest and now it’s Central Queensland’s turn with the recent announcement of The Capricorn Film Festival. This exciting new film festival, proudly representing the Central Queensland region, will celebrate its inaugural year on September 19 when it launches at the Gladstone Marina, where it hopes to showcase filmmaking…