What’s the best way to break the Filmonik Kabaret blues? Meeting again just 2 days after our intense Melbourne Fringe filmmaking Kabaret weekend to enjoy more short films. This one is a regular Filmonik screening so it’s free at Loop and open-screen as always. This time you’ll see some films from Finland, New Zealand, Canada and Africa from sister Kino groups added to the films submitted on the night.
Discover these short films on a big screen in the CBD on a Void sound system, chat with filmmakers, drink a few pints and party in a laid back bar environment. Expect comedies, horror, drama, visual experimentation, docos, animations, action, and everything in between in equal doses.
As a filmmaker you can show up on the night with your newest 6 minute or less film on a USB drive and it will get screened. Organize your own premiere with us or run your festival film without the hassle of submitting, paying entry fees and waiting. Spontaneously submitted short films of any genre and of all filmmaking levels create surprisingly awesome and balanced screenings for the public and for the filmmakers who climb on stage after their film for a quick QA with Iphy the host.
Filmonik is about non-commercial, non-competitive short filmmaking. You can read the film guidelines here: http://filmonik.com.au/how-to-screen/. Filmonik is part of the worldwide Kino movement active in more than 70 cities around the world (http://www.planetekino.com/).
TUESDAY September 25 at Loop Project Space and Bar.
23 Meyers Place, Melbourne CBD.
6:30pm Come early to chat.
7:00pm Short films start.
Intermission at around 8pm and more short films after.