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THE BIGGEST AUSTRALIAN FILM FESTIVAL IN THE WORLDAUSTRALIAN PREMIERES SCREENED UNDER THE STARSMEET THE FILM LEGENDSBREAKFAST WITH THE STARSLIVE ENTERTAINMENT100 YEARS OF THE ROYAL THEATRE

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Short Film Competition

Submissions now open for the 2021 VSOFF Short Film Competition!

Whats On This Year?

Check out the films on offer this year

2021 Film Highlights

Firestarter (2020)

Sat 26th Jun - 6:30 PMRoyal Open Air Theatre

Girls Can’t Surf (2020)

Fri 2nd Jul - 11:00 AMWinton Shire Hall

High Ground (2020)

Mon 28th Jun - 6:30 PMRoyal Open Air Theatre

I’m Wanita (2020)

Fri 2nd Jul - 8:30 PMRoyal Open Air Theatre

June Again (2020)

Sun 27th Jun - 6:30 PMRoyal Open Air Theatre

Long Story Short (2021)

Fri 2nd Jul - 6:30 PMRoyal Open Air Theatre

My Name is Gulpilil (2021) – Opening Night Film & Party

Fri 25th Jun - 6:30 PMRoyal Open Air Theatre

Penguin Bloom (2020)

Tue 29th Jun - 6:30 PMRoyal Open Air Theatre

The Dry (2020)

Thu 1st Jul - 6:30 PMRoyal Open Air Theatre
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Welcome to 2021 Vision Splendid Film Festival

The Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival is inspired by the Sundance Film Festival. It is an incorporated, non-profit organisation developed by the passion and drive of the Winton community and brought to you thanks to our visionary partners.

This iconic town in the heart of the Australian outback is the birthplace of QANTAS. Its reputation as “Hollywood in the Outback” is emerging with several major film productions including Nick Cave’s "Proposition"and Ivan Sen’s "Mystery Road" and "Goldstone" being filmed here.

Choose Winton for:

What is it about Winton?

Winton is an authentic outback Australian town and home to less than 1,000 people.

It has a rich history to be discovered as the birthplace of Waltzing Matilda and QANTAS and links to the Great Shearers’ Strike of 1891. Winton is home to Australia’s richest collection of dinosaur fossils which can be easily explored at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs and Lark Quarry.

The region is home to diverse natural history and spectacular landscapes: rolling Mitchell Grass Downs suddenly interrupted by mesa formations, starkly beautiful red earth and spinifex country, and Channel Country, undulating plains as far as the eye can see. This is big sky country.