Kino Sydney is a monthly open-mic night for filmmakers. Short films, live music, food for $10

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ARE YOU GOING NUTS BEING ISOLATED??? Well Kino #148 is coming up and we want want to see your films about these crazy times and iso-life. Of course, we can't meet up in person this time, but we will be LIVE STREAMING it on April 6! Details coming soon.... Also, keep your eyes on our friends in Melbourne for this - https://www.facebook.com/events/784186808739515/
Submission are still open. Head to https://kinosydney.com/screen-a-film/
CALLING ALL WOMEN FILMMAKERS! In honour of International Womens Day, our next Kino screening on March 9 will feature only women filmmakers. Got a film to present? Save the date! Registration info to come over the weekend! #IWD WIFT NSW International Women's Day
We have a double pass giveaway from Half Symbolic Films for this screening! For a chance to win, comment on this post and tell us which is your favourite Asian film in the last decade (from 2010 onwards) and why, before Friday 6th of March. Can't get enough of Park So-dam (aka Jessica) from Parasite? Park is back on the big screen with FUKUOKA, a charming mumblecore film by Korean-Chinese auteur Zhang Lu. Screens one night only on 8 April as part of #SpotlightOnAsia at Event Cinemas George Street — http://bit.ly/spotlightasia Hae-hyo (Kwon Hae-hyo, Hotel by the River) and Je-moon (Yoon Je-moon, Mother) were very good friends in university, eventually going their separate ways after a bitter falling out. They haven't heard from each other in 28 years until So-dam (Park So-dam, Parasite) engineers a reunion in a small izakaya in Fukuoka.
From our friends at Half Symbolic Films! See Thailand through the eyes of four auteurs, including Palme d'Or winner Apichatpong Weerasethakul. From neon-bathed sci-fi to monochrome romance, TEN YEARS THAILAND takes audience for a spin into a dystopian future. Screens one night only on 11 March as part of #SpotlightOnAsia at Event Cinemas George Street — http://bit.ly/spotlightasia Ten Years Thailand is a follow-up to the 2015 political omnibus Ten Years (Hong Kong).
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