Sydney Tropfest 2013 - 3 screens, 16 short films & 150,000 Aussies

December 10, 2013

Beers and ciders in the sun while watching 16 short film screenings at Sydney's Centennial Park? Well...if you insist. Tropfest 2013 is an annual Australian short film festival that sees over 100,000 Aussies gather on the grass of Centennial park armed with picnic rugs and six packs. 

The aim is to get there around mid afternoon; hang out with friends, enjoy live music, food, drinks and watch the 3 giant screens in the middle of the park in anticipation until the 16 finalist short films are screened for all our judging eyes. The winner is then announced and the first prize winner takes out $10,000 cash, a car and a Nikon camera.

The winning film 'Bamboozled' has caused some controversy because of its 'anti-gay' angle but we personally think it was a good laugh and a fun concept, maybe not necessarily first place worthy but we were definitely entertained. 

Side note, it was hard not to miss the abundance of ugly camera bags out there, shame...


Also in Blog | No More Ugly Camera Bags

Meet The Ultimate Travel Bug - Marine from The Frenchie Escapes

July 04, 2017

No More Ugly Blog Interviews The Frenchie Escapes

Meet Marine Raynard from the blog The Frenchie Escapes. Marine is a frenchie living in Sydney with a life mission to travel and explore the world. She's travelled to 47 countries and counting!

Continue Reading →

Interview with Emerging Sydney Photographer - @_davidsark

May 08, 2017

No More Ugly | Blog | David Sark Sydney Photographer

We interview Australian creative @_davidsark about his process and what's behind his photography style. Genuine street photography that does everything photography should do - evoke emotion.   

Continue Reading →

Interview with Emerging Sydney Photographer - @borneon.lad

March 31, 2017

Emerging Sydney Photographer | Mario Palufi | No More Ugly Camera Bags

We are always inspired by Mario's work, with his moody street photography to his striking but mellow portraits. We find out more about his process and love for photography.

Continue Reading →