Shark (2021 film)

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Directed byNash Edgerton
Written by
Produced byMichele Bennett
CinematographyAaron McLisky
Edited byDavid Whittaker
Release date
Running time
14 minutes

Shark is a 2021 Australian comedy short film directed by Nash Edgerton. It was produced by Michele Bennett.



Since its launch, the film has been selected in various festivals

Year Ceremony Award/Category Status
2021 Toronto International Film Festival Short Cuts Award[1] Nominated
2021 AFI Fest Live Action Short Film[2][3] Nominated
2021 Sydney Film Festival Dendy Awards Shorts[4] Nominated
2021 Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival International Live Action[5] Nominated
2021 Calgary International Film Festival Telus Audience Choice Award[6] Nominated
2021 Ajyal Youth Film Festival Audience Award Nominated
2021 Cinemaforum Short Film Festival Best Live Action Short Nominated
2021 Cork International Film Festival Short Film Nominated
2021 PÖFF Shorts International Short Film Competition Nominated
2021 The Short Com International Film Fest Best Live Action Short Nominated
2021 Abitibi-Témiscamingue International Festival Short Film Nominated


  1. ^ "Four Australian films selected for Toronto International Film Festival 2021 | Media centre". Screen Australia. Retrieved 2021-11-16.
  2. ^ "SHARK | SHORT FILM COMPETITION 4 | AFI FEST 2021". Retrieved 2021-11-16.
  3. ^ "Sydney Film Festival announces Dendy Awards short film finalists | ScreenHub Australia - Film & Television Jobs, News, Reviews & Screen Industry Data". ScreenHub Australia. 2021-08-12. Retrieved 2021-11-16.
  4. ^ "Shark". Sydney Film Festival. Retrieved 2021-11-16.
  5. ^ "POFF Shorts reveals competition titles for 2021". Retrieved 2021-11-16.
  6. ^ "Telus Audience Award Contenders » CIFF". Retrieved 2021-11-16.

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