An event by West End Community Association

EVENT UPDATE | West End Film Festival

As the current Brisbane lockdown has been extended, the West End Film Festival can no longer proceed in our theatre. However, some good news, you will still be able to get your film fix from the comfort of your home, as the 2021 WEFF program of short films will now be delivered online through Vimeo.

Current ticket holder will now have received full access details via email, and online bookings for new ticket buyers open on Thursday 5 August. 

WEFF is back in 2021! Well, we were back, celebrating our 11th year of sharing great Australian short films with Brisbane audiences. Then Covid hit. And then lockdown…

And now we’re back again! This time, for the first time, online here on Vimeo On Demand. TICKETS GO ON SALE FROM THU 5 AUGUST 2021.

We’re offering, with our Official Selection filmmakers permission, two great sessions of Australian shorts most of which were made around the country over the past 12 months.

Each session runs for just over 95 minutes and offers you 13 fantastic and diverse films we’ve selected as our final program. You can even vote on your favourite film by entering your unique confirmation code from Vimeo into our voting system.

Show your support for locally made films and a great community event by purchasing your ticket today and enjoy these great films in the comfort of your home.

To find out more about the films in each session go to our program at westendfilmfestival.com.au/programme


Tickets for the online screenings of West End Festival Short Film Program go on sale on Thursday 5 August.

If you are a prior ticket holder for the original event, please check your email for full access and refund options, should you not be able to attend.


Online Festival Tickets $12 / per session + booking fee


Each session is 95minutes
Sessions are available to watch online for seven days, from the initial event date.


Suitable for all ages. Some short films may include occasional coarse language and references to adult themes. Please note – a lockout period applies. Latecomers may be admitted at a suitable break in the film. 


For over 10 years we’ve presented quality annual programs of short films with a prize pool that’s grown since our humble beginnings. 

Despite the short submissions period, Australian short film makers have stepped up to submit and we’re excited to offer you an exciting program of shorts and music videos! 

WEFF was established in 2009 by a group of local film makers focused on supporting grassroots film makers, and continues to connect with this founding objective today. Forging relationships with local communities, and encouraging collaborations among artists, the festival highlights the importance of creativity and connection. 

WEFF has grown to be one of Brisbane’s most loved film festivals, celebrating the community, culture, and diversity that is uniquely West End.



WEFF is an event by West End Community Association and is proudly supported by Brisbane City Council, The Lord Mayor’s Suburban Initiative Fund, Screen Queensland and the Queensland Government.


We take the safety of our patrons, staff and artists seriously. Metro Arts is operating in line with current Queensland Government guidelines and the Stage QLD COVIDSafe Industry Plan. If you are unwell, please refrain from attending events at Metro Arts. Maintaining physical distancing requirements is expected and is the individuals responsibility. Click here for more information.