Call for Entries – Human Rights Arts Film Festival

All emerging and established filmmakers with a passion for human rights are encouraged to enter. HRAFF is looking for music videos, shorts, features and documentaries to include in its 2013 Festival program. There are over $5000 worth of cash and  prizes up for grabs! Apply through Withoutabox on the HRAFF website: http://hraff.org.au/film-submissions

 

CLOSING DATES

31 OCTOBER 2012 – Early bird closing date (discount apply!) for shorts and features

15 NOVEMBER 2012 – Features submissions close

15 DECEMBER 2012 – Shorts submissions close

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Moving Stories: A fully accessible filmmaking program

October 13, 2012 6:00 am 6:00 am

Wild@heART Community Arts presents Moving Stories, a ten-week fully accessible filmmaking program for people with diverse abilities.

This is a chance for you to tell your story with film and have your voice heard. At the end of the program you will have your very own short film and we will hold a film launch in a Melbourne public venue for family, friends and the whole community.

Beginners are welcome

Wild@heART Community Arts works with people with diverse abilities or mental health challenges to tell their stories through high quality arts making and community engagement.

Details

When: Saturdays beginning 13 October 1-4pm
Where: Arts House, North Melbourne Town Hall, 521 Queensberry St, North Melbourne, corner Errol St. Tram on route 57, stop 12.

Cost: $5 per week.

Bookings essential. Limited places available.
Contact Eliza Hull at eliza@wildatheart.org.au

Film festival – call for entries

Médecins Sans Frontières Australia short documentary and photography online competition.

2 x Canon 5D camera packages will be awarded to the winning documentary and photography entries!

@radical.media is currently calling for entries for their Médecins Sans Frontières Australia short documentary and photography competition.

Médecins Sans Frontières is the world’s leading independent organisation for medical humanitarian aid. Every day more than 24,000 Médecins Sans Frontières field staff provide assistance to people caught in crises around the world. In 1999 they were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for their work.

The Médecins Sans Frontières short documentary and photography competitions’ mission is to celebrate the cultures of the countries that they provide humanitarian aid in.

More information can be found here http://www.msf.org.au/media-room/press-releases/press-release/article/film-festival-call-for-entries.html

 

Sustainable Living Festival Melbourne

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2013
Be a part of Australia’s Largest Sustainable Living Festival, 9-24 Feb 2013. Host an event in your city, town, shire or street. Join the state wide festival and boost your profile through the Festival’s promotions & networks. See this promo video:
http://festival.slf.org.au/festival-video
Applications Now Open

More information http://festival.slf.org.au/

Cross (X) Species Film: Invitation to a special screening

August 15, 2012

Carbon Arts invites you to an intimate screening of our newly completed short documentary film Cross(x) Species Adventure Club: Australian Safari, starring New York based environmental artist extraordinaire, Natalie Jeremijenko, and her collaborator chef, Mihir Desai.

The film takes us on a foodie journey from rural Victoria to Melbourne, featuring vodka+soil tasting with farmers, snail races at the Arc One Gallery and edible cocktails for amphibians at the Melbourne Museum. All part of a quest to invent foods that reinvent our relationship with other species and promote environmental health!

Please join us for drinks and then choose from two different show times at Loop Bar in downtown Melbourne. The film runs for 25 minutes.

Location: Loop Bar, 23 Myers Place, Melbourne. Tickets are $10. Entry at 6pm

To secure your seat in the small theatre, book online: http://www.trybooking.com/BQNZ