Monday 11th January, 2016, 6pm.
107 Projects – $10 – Buy tickets
Celebrate the New Year and new local short cinema with Kino Sydney on Monday 11th January at 107 Projects. With no pre-selection or heavy handed rules, films will be everything from madcap comedies to tear-jerking dramas to personal portraits.
Join us for a night of short films, filmmaker Q&As, live music, food, and giveaways. Kino is only $10 and tickets are available online.
FILMMAKERS: Register to screen at http://www.kinosydney.com – all films should be under 6 minutes; feature the Kino logo or Kino Sydney in text + screening number; not be available online; not have screened in Sydney at more than 1 festival or event; not be a home video; not be advertisements or home videos.
All screening filmmakers will go into a draw for an equipment hire voucher. Spots are strictly limited; register now.
Live music will be sunshine pop from up-and-coming artist Alison Avron. Avron is a singer/songwriter most known for creating and running the DIY music venue, The Newsagency. Most recently she recorded her debut album with multi-platinum award winning producer, Philip Jimenez at his recording studio in New York.
Kino #102 is an 18+ event.
On Wednesday 11 November, Metro Screen released ‘Emerging Visions Report: the growing gap between learning and earning for Australian filmmakers’
Following devastating cuts by federal screen agency Screen Australia Metro Screen will close their doors in December 2015 having provided essential support and development for emerging screen practitioners for more than 34 years.
As their final contribution, they presented the first significant research into talent regeneration in the screen industry. Kino Sydney was there to cover the report and the event. Video by Claudia Butters and Beccy Tait.
The landmark research shows that since 2007 federal government support to the screen industry has increased by 90% to $419 million per year (including the Producer Offset), yet targeted federal funds for emerging screen practitioners is set to reduce by 80% to $2 million next year.
The Emerging Visions report aims to inform an appropriate strategic response by the industry to the changing landscape so that the talent of tomorrow is given the time and opportunity to prove itself equitably and sustainably.
Download Emerging Visions Key Findings.
Download Emerging Visions Full Report.
Kino #100: Screening Party
Saturday 14th November, 2015, 6pm.
107 Projects – $15 – Buy tickets
On Saturday 14th November, Kino Sydney hits our 100th screening and we mean to celebrate.
Join us to raise a drink to local creatives. Marvel at 14 brand news FILMS with LIVE SOUND (music, voice, effects, or otherwise). Vote in our to send one filmmaker home with a $1000 equipment hire voucher for their next project. And find out the behind-the-scenes secrets in our filmmaker Q&AS.
Dance the night away or chill out on the lounges with LIVE MUSIC from Lily & The Bellows, Tashka, and a DJ from Tessellate. ENJOY A COMPLIMENTARY DRINK on arrival and enjoy PIZZA & POPCORN.
For the creative amongst you, there will be an opportunity to contribute to CROWD WRITTEN SCREENPLAY, take part in LIVE FILMMAKING, recreate your favourite MOVIE MOMENTS, look for inspiration at our KINO BRAINSTORM, and listen on how to go from shorts to features in our INDUSTRY TALK from local filmmaker Dean Francis.
If that wasn’t enough, there will be KINO CLASSICS, a look at KINO PLANET, and GIVEAWAYS – including the opportunity to win a 12-month DOUBLE PASS to Kino screenings.
See the full program here.
Kino Sydney has just launched ‘The Kino Reviews’ – a new website that provides reviews by filmmakers, for filmmakers.
Home to sharp and succinct reviews of new and old films with a focus on what a filmmaker can learn from each film for their own craft.
The website will also be home to interviews with filmmakers and commentary on filmmaker news.