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30 May

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Filmmaking marathon

Kino Kabaret is an annual filmmaking marathon, run by non-profit arts event company The Festivalists, with the generous support of Metro Screen.

Over one weekend, participants come together at the Metro Screen studios with all the equipment and technical expertise needed to pitch, cast, shoot and edit one or many short films. The films are then screened at a big party on the Sunday night of each weekend, with free drinks and pizza. Kabaret is a great way to boost your show reel over one weekend, to learn new filmmaking skills, and to make contacts in the filmmaking industry – many Kabaret filmmaking teams go onto make films together outside Kino. It’s also a whole lot of fun!

Kino Kabaret 2013 happens over three separate weekend sessions - 16-17 November, 23-24 November, and 30 November -1 December 2013. 

Featured Items

Atom Awards


The ATOM Awards are looking for screen content from 29 diverse categories of film, television, animation, multimedia, educational resources and games. Open to all media students and entertainment industry professionals. There is a category for everyone. To enter go to 2013 IPAF ATOM Awards


Work at Metro Screen

METRO SCREEN is looking for an energetic and skilled person to work in a technical support role in our Hire and Post Production department.
Working across all aspects of film, TV, online and portable media Metro Screen provides a creative environment for skills development and invaluable hands-on experience for new, emerging and professional talent. Job description



Celebrating its 10th year, X Media Lab, Australia's most prestigious digital media event, in partnership with VIVID, UNSW College of Fine Art, and the International Symposium of Electronic Art (ISEA) presents the KR8V Masterclass Series "Creative Leadership Edition".


Save The Rat

The Red Rattler has been the saving grace for indie not-for-profit creative projects from film, music through to performance and live art. It’s a rare piece of real estate in a city dominated by expensive venue costs and exorbitant hire fees. Its unique ownership model needs a little help in staying independent – join the campaign.


Metro Screen has recently launched two new full-time courses with VET Fee Help, making the Diploma qualification even more accessible for future film and digital content makers. The Diploma of Screen and Media runs 17 June – 11 December and the Diploma of Multiplatform runs 23 July – 14 December. Both courses are filling fast, with interviews taking place this week. To make an appointment phone 9356 1818 and have a chat with the Learning and Development team about your career.



The Preatures recently headed in to the Metro Screen green screen studios to film their music video ‘Is This How You Feel?’ Directed by Alex Ryan. Metro Alumni Adam Howden shot this clip in one day in Studio A. The all purpose green screen studio is used by all sorts of creative projects, call the guys to see if its available for your next project 9356 1818.
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This music vid was supported by Metro Screen's Jump Start subsidy.

The Preatures


Latest From Classifieds


Producers Required for Zombie Short Film
I am a filmmaker and a filmmaking student currently based in Sydney here in Australia. I am planning to make a bilingual (English and other language) zombie short film therefore, I am looking for producers to collaborate in this ambitious project. I will also be writer, director and co producer.

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KOFFIA Short Film Competition 2013
The KOFFIA Short Film Competition is your chance to explore your love of film making and have your work shown on the big screen! The Korean Cultural Office along with the support from Metro Screen and the University of Sydney presents the 2nd KOFFIA Short Film Competition.

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Kino #70
Kino Sydney is an open-mic night for filmmakers, place for filmmakers and film-lovers to network, meet cast and crew and watch great short films. Kino provides filmmakers with the equipment and support to write, shoot and edit their projects as well as the opportunity to show their work to a large audience.

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Ray Kurzweil and the Singularity at Three Minute Film Festival
Ray Kurzweil and the Singularity, written, created and directed by Metro Screen alumni Lew Keilar, will screen at the Three Minute Film Festival 2013, New Mexico.


Ping Pong Giveaway
A delightfully inspirational documentary, Ping Pong is the story of eight pensioners from four continents who meet in Mongolia to compete in the World Over 80s Table Tennis Championships. Starring Australia’s own world champion and the world’s oldest competitive table tennis player, Dorothy DeLow, Ping Pong proves the adage that you are only as old as you feel and celebrates the tenacity of the human spirit.


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