Filmonik is back in the flesh at Loop. Show the love for filmmaking by enjoying amazing, fun, weird and urgent short films at the 75th screening of Filmonik Melbourne. It’s non-competitive with an audience hungry for comedies, drama, suspense, animation, docos, experimental, trash, action, and everything in between in generally equal doses just by sheer luck of the spontaneous, open-screen submission process.
PAYMENT METHODS – Square at the venue (+$0.28 Square fee) – Cash with exact change
FILMS UNRATED (18+)
IMPORTANT: THE NEW TIME SLOT Doors: 8:30pm Screening at: 9pm Arrive too early and you’ll bump into another event.
COVID-SAFE QR code sign-in into the venue’s COVID register required. Mask required when not eating or drinking (or current regulation)
EVENT RECORDING NOTICE By attending this event, you agree to be photographed for the online photo album and filmed for possible replay online.
FILMMAKERS It’s open-screen/bring-your-own-film; bring on a USB drive your most recent film with a running time of 4 min and under and we’ll screen it. Cutoff time 8:45pm sharp. Spontaneously submitted short films of any genre and of all filmmaking levels have been creating awesome and balanced screenings for the public. A quick QA with Iphy the host follows each film. Organize your own premiere with us or run a cheeky pre-premiere of your festival film. You can read the guidelines here: https://filmonik.com.au/how-to-screen/. Ensure you have the necessary music rights and all other rights to screen the film. Filmonik is part of the worldwide Kino movement active in 35 countries around the world (http://www.kinomontreal.com/kinoworld/).
THURSDAY February 25 at Loop Project Space and Bar. 23 Meyers Place, Melbourne CBD.
8:30pm to have a chat and submit a film 8:45pm cutoff time to submit a film 9:00pm screening starts 10:30pm networking
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