Heart of Gold offers singing Hungarians, a freezing Japanese folk musician and the ultimate burden

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David Tiley

Heart of Gold takes a country town into short film hysteria, and delivers some compelling winners.

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In Gympie, festival director Emily Avila delivered four days of short films in the Heart of Gold Festival. The competition finalists were first winnowed by Avila and circulated to forty groups around town to create the ultimate nominees.

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David Tiley is the editor of Screen Hub.