Kino Sydney Kabaret 2019

 

Kino Kabaret is back!!! It’s intense. It’s fun. And it’s the best way to dive into short filmmaking.

WANT TO SIGN UP? SCROLL DOWN! 

What is it?

Whether you are a novice or a professional, there is something for everyone at a Kabaret – to make as many films as possible in 48 hours. It is an annual event undertaken by most Kino chapters worldwide.

When is it?

November 15 – 18. The schedule for Kino Sydney Kabaret 2018 is about allowing those involved to get comfy with each other before diving into the creative maelstrom that will ensue. To that end, the schedule goes like this:

Meet: Friday 15, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Meet at Sun Studios for a tour of the facilities, a pre-production meeting and a speed networking session. Teams will be assembled and studio time allocated for the weekend.

Shoot: Saturday 16, 8am -10pm

Shoot. Shoot. Shoot. Maybe edit. Definitely collaborate. Studio spaces will

Edit: Sunday 17, 8am – 9PM

Possibly shoot, but most likely edit. Films must be submitted by 9pm! No exceptions! 

Screen: Monday 18, 6:30pm – 9:30pm

A lavish red carpet screening, media wall for your celebrity photos, everyone dressed in their most glamorous frocks and dapper suits for the soiree and screening.

How Much?

Directors, Cast & Crew – $50 & Students – $40. This covers studio, gear hire and entry for you to Monday’s screening.

GEAR INCLUDED

  • Canon DSLR’s
  • Audio Recorder, Shotgun Mic, Boom and Headphones
  • Tripod and Lighting Equipment

I Want THIS!! Where do I sign up???

GRAB A TICKET or PAY ON THE DAY – https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/kino-sydney-kabaret-2019-tickets-77976984259

PLEASE FILL OUT, PRINT & BRING THE FORM BELOW TO SUN STUDIOS WITH YOUR ID:

SUNSTUDIOS New Customer Form 2019

And FILL OUT REGISTRATION FORM –

Any questions? Email us at kino@kinosydney.com.

And invite your friends, family and film lovers to the screening!

Previous Kabaret films

Want to see what can be achieved in 40 hours??? We thought you were wondering….

Dance and poetry – a perfect Kabaret combo.
This is a Haiku film. It’s made up of 3 shots – 5 seconds, 7 seconds and 5 seconds (+ 3 seconds of credits).
A great little mini-doc about ageing.