Filmonik is am open-screen film night, where once a month we get together and share films and encourage each other to improve our craft.
Every month there’s popcorn, giggles, great short films and sometimes a little disorderly-ness.
It’s open to all and we would love to see you at our next screening. Yes, you!
Here Filmonik film makers & actors compile their 10 best tips for making great short films:
To see the fabulous short films that Filmonik Film makers produce, come along to our next screening as part fo the Melbourne Fringe Festival.
This fantastic tip came in from one of our newest Filmonik recruits who is learning to edit at the moment.
Adobe Premiere Pro, and the whole CC suite is installed on public computers for free use if you are a member of the Melbourne City Library Network.
Being a member of the Melbourne library network is also free, and you can join online in under 2 mins. So just do it already!
The Makers Lab (Level 2) at the Library at the Dock have 8-10 iMacs and we have it on good advice that you can nearly always get one. They often run free courses between 5pm and 7pm.
The new Kathleen Syme Library in Faraday Street Carlton where they have two iMacs installed with the CC suite.
If you are a Melbourne City Library member you can also log on to “Lynda” E-Resources and do all their video courses from home. These are extensive and Adobe Premiere Pro has over 50 different courses available in 1-2 hour tutorials.
Where do you like to edit your films?
What are your tips for learning to edit on a budget?
There really isn’t anything we ♡ more than a film made in Melbourne.
So we are super excited to have the folks from the Made in Melbourne Film Festival along to our next Filmonik screening.
Made in Melbourne submissions are now open – so get submitting, you talented film folks!
Doubly appropriate is the fact that it’s our special edition Filmonik, which is part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival.
What better way to celebrate the swathes of talent in lovely Melbourne-town?
See you at Loop Project Space, September 28, 7pm.
The fabulous independent musician Nelson Walkom will be playing at our next Filmonik as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival!
If you haven’t heard Nelson’s refreshing electric guitar work accompanied with spine-tingling downbeat lyrical content we recommend you do, stat!
Nelson is is currently performing songs from his new E.P ‘untitled 2015’ around Melbourne.
Catch him at our show 7.30 pm, September 28 at Loop Project Space.
Filmonik Melbourne, the city’s only open-mic short film night, will be having our special Melbourne Fringe edition!
We’re proud to be a part of the 300 events involved in the Melbourne Fringe Festival, celebrating this fabulous cities emerging talent.
So this is a call out to all you Melbourne based filmmakers, procrastinators and originators to bring their short films to share. Bring your friends, bring a taste for innovate short films and be ready for some good times!
Email us at [email protected] if you have any questions, or to book your spot to screen. Theres only room for 50 guests, so be there by 7pm.
Be sure to come earlier if you are bringing your own short film with you. We do however request that all short films be five minutes or less, sadly no DVDs.
As always this will be a free event, so join us from seven for a seven thirty start and come and enjoy delicious blend of fresh short films, pop-corn, trivia, cinephilia plus a special performance from Nelson Walkom!
Wonderful peoples – I’m sorry to say we have had to cancel tomorrow’s filmonik.
We’ve had a double booking at the Wilde that only just came to our attention, and being the gracious folks we are, we’ve cancelled our event.
If you are around get in touch with the Filmonik team via facebook – we’re holding a planning meeting for our next filmonik as part of the Fringe festival, which I tell you, is going to be huge!
So save those fabulous film ideas for Monday September 28. See you then !