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2021 saw the theme of HOPE and the film that took home Best Film honours was a tragic drama SISTER, produced by Luke Marriott.
2020 had the theme of 'Planted' and the winning film was THE BEST STORY ABOUT PIZZA YOU'LL EVER HEAR by Callum Lawrence
2019 - 'ONE SMALL STEP' was the theme, the 50th anniversary of the moon landing was everywhere this year with 'Mission Control Z' by Max Jasinski taking out the top prize.
2017 - RIGHT The fourtheen LCA Festival.
2016 - CHANCE The thirteenth LCA Festival brought out some superstitious films and Best Film went to James Hunter for his thriller 'The Archive'.
2015 - SWINGS & ROUNDABOUTS The Twelth LCA Festival and the Best Film Award went to Hew Sandison for his film 'Turnback', placing our PM into the position of a refugee.
2014 - BRILLIANT POSSIBILITIES Best film won again by Producer Hew Sandison for his sci-fi film 'The Algorithym' about the dangers of relying on technology.
2013 - MEETING PLACE Our Tenth festival! Best film went to Producer Hew Sandison for his drama about the Canberra Bushfires 'One Week Later'
2012 - WINNING 'Winning the Fox Hunt' by producer Christian Doran won Best Film in 2012. A cautionary tale of addiction set in a future Canberra.
2011 - INVITATION Our last year in Garema Place, the winning film was a romantic drama 'Saying Goodbye to Jane' by Producer Aaron King.
2010 - FLIPSIDE The theme brought out a number of interesting interpretations and Best Film went to an experimental drama by Christian Doran 'Broken'.
2009 - STAKEOUT Our last year at the National Museum saw Best Film go to 'Brotherhood of the Y II: The Tomb of Lilith' by festival regular Patrick J. Gallagher.
2008 - Y An unusual theme brought forth interesting films, and the Best Film went to Producer Peter Fock's mockumentary 'CanBRA Boys'.
2007 - BEST KEPT SECRET Pirates were a common thread this year and Best Film went to pirate romp 'The Secret of Canbraargh' by Producer Ben Hamey.
2006 - TRANSPORT Planes, trains and automobiles were all through this year and the Best Film went to kid's tv homage 'Pre-School' by Belinda Barancewicz.
2005 - CONNECTIONS 'Three Degrees of Separation' is so true in Canberra and Clare Young's documentary captured the theme perfectly,taking out Best Film.
2004 - PLACES IN THE HEART Our first year and a great set of films, but the judges (and audience's) favourite was 'Meeting Place' by Producer Peter Fock.
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