Tropfest Launches New International Website

Tropfest Launches New International Website

Independent digital agency Lash Creative has launched a new responsive international website for Tropfest next to the regional sites that have been released three weeks ago. The boldly designed website aims to become the ‘go-to’ destination for news on short film.

The website serves to celebrate short-film and provides the brand with a platform to engage with its audiences on a year-round basis. It also serves as a hub for Tropfest to share relevant news and content that appeals to an international audience.

“We are thrilled to work on the new Tropfest.com website as it brings together all new regional sites and provides a platform for news on short film worldwide. This website release is another achievement in bringing the Tropfest brand to life on screen as we did with the release of the new Tropfest Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia sites,” says Lash Creative’s managing director, James Chung.

Tropfest Australia will be held on this Sunday, December 7 in Centennial Park in Sydney. Tropfest is the world’s largest short film festival and free to attend.




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