2017 JOEYS

The JOEYS   – Junior One Eye Film Festival

Entries are now closed for the 2017 One Eye Film Festival.

The fifth annual One Eye Film Festival will be  showing at the Western Plains Cultural Centre on November 3 and 4, 2017. This is a free event but, due to limited seating, bookings are essential. You can book your free tickets here:


It’s never too early to start thinking about next year’s OEFF

The 2017 ONE EYE FILM FESTIVAL is proud to invite young film makers from around the
Dubbo region to participate in our 5th One Eye Film Festival to be held Joeys logo 2017at the Black Box
Theatre, Western Plain Culture Centre, Dubbo. Opening Friday Nov 3rd at 7 pm and
showing again on Saturday 4th November at 7pm.


Primary and Secondary students are invited to submit short films created for the film festival.

Film requirements

  • Primary students: up to 2 minutes on your own theme or using the signature item – (any) “animal”
  • Secondary students: up to 4 minutes your own theme OR using the signature item – “robotics”

Submit a maximum of 1 film. (A class may submit 1 work – individual students who participate in a class work may also submit 1 as an individual entrant outside of school).

For further information on requirements and technical specifications, please view the document below.

You will need to submit the entry form and information form including a link to the film by the closing date. The forms are available below. The entry form includes the email address to submit your entry.

Please do not hesitate to use the contact information at the right of the page if you have any questions.

Documents & forms

JOEYS requirements and technical specifications

Instructions for uploading to Google Drive

Entry form

Please note on your entry forms ‘JOEYS’ if it is a JOEYS entry.

Entry form – print version

Entry form – electronic version

Information form

Information form – print version

Information form – electronic version

Key dates:

Entries close: midnight October 17, 2017

Program selection: October 24, 2017

Festival screenings: November 3 and 4, 2017