What's longer than a Tropfest entry? No, we're not talking about John Polson's rants. It's the Tropfest red carpet!
The crowds gather in Sydney's Domain long before the films begin.
The finalists pose at the end of the red carpet.
Tropfest's founder and creative director, John Polson, with Naomi Watts, who was one of this year's judges.
Michelle Lehman was named the winner of Tropfest '08 for her film, Marry Me.
A glimpse of Bryan Brown.
John Polson tells CNET.com.au what makes this year's Tropfest different from previous years'.
Tara Moss walks the red carpet.
CNET.com.au's Ella Morton chats with the producer of Scab, which received the Tropicana award.
The Chaser boys interview John Polson.
Geoffrey Rush poses for pictures holding the signature item, the number 8.
Geoffrey Rush also signed autographs and posed with fans.
Andrew Denton with his wife, television journalist Jennifer Byrne, and their son, Connor.
Australian actress Pia Miranda signs autographs on the red carpet.
Guests were treated to Jamieson cocktails as they exited the red carpet.
The interviewer becomes the interviewee as Ella Morton speaks to The Chaser's Chris Taylor.
The winner of this year's Tropfest will receive use of a car from Mitsubishi for one year.
The finalists wave as they head down the red carpet.
John Polson addresses the crowd moments before the screening begins.
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