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New dates for UNI SHORTS 2017

New dates for UNI SHORTS 2017

Unitec is hosting and curating this year's Uni Shorts International Student Film Festival in Auckland, New Zealand on 23-26 November 2017.

The opening night will be held at Unitec’s Mt Albert campus in Building 1 (2070), Entry 1, Carrington Rd on Thu, 23 Nov @6:30pm where the winning student short films will be announced and screened. Entry is FREE.

All selected films entered in fiction, documentary, animation, experimental and secondary schools categories will then be screened from 24-26 Nov @9:30am-4pm.

The full schedule, list of selected films and our judges will be announced soon at

This year will be the fifth edition of Uni Shorts which was first held in 2012 and is the only student film festival of its type in Australasia receiving hundreds of student made films from New Zealand and around the world.

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