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Warehouse Cinema is a series of events designed to bring audiences and filmmakers together for a night of great film, food and beverages in a rustic warehouse setting. Having teamed up with Melbourne’s own The People’s Market and Monster & Bear Productions, we’ve created a unique cinema experience.  With exciting events and filmmaker competitions in the pipeline, cinema-goers are in for an absolute treat!

Warehouse Cinema is dedicated to providing a platform for independent filmmakers and endeavours to showcase high quality work, whatever the medium. If you love short films, music videos, features or cult classics, chances are there’s a Warehouse Cinema event for you.

  


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Friday June 20, 2014
Short Film Competition

We’re kicking things off with the inaugural Warehouse Cinema Short Film Competition on the 20th of June 2014. We had an overwhelming response to the call for submission and were blown away with not only the quantity of films submitted, but by the quality. You will find a shortlist of films below which will be competing on the night for a great prize package designed to help get the winning filmmaker’s next film made.

Details:
Date: 20th June, 2014
Doors: 6:30pm
Screening: 8:00pm – 9:30pm
After party: 9:30pm – 12:00am

The People’s Market will be providing great food and beverages from the moment we open until the moment we close, and guests are encouraged to stay long after the screening to discuss the films, meet new people and more importantly, to have a great time.

With lots of public transport in the surrounding area (Brunswick Station and the ‘19’ tram), we strongly encourage patrons to take public transport where possible. If you’re driving there is street parking on Leslie Street, Albert Street and Victoria Street.


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Submissions are now closed for the Warehouse Cinema Short Film Competition, but we are very excited to present our shortlist.. We were thrilled by the submissions standards, and encourage you all to support the extraordinary emerging and independent talent of these filmmakers by purchasing tickets to the event here. On the night, each filmmaker will be in the running for over $5000 worth of prizes from our fabulous sponsors, designed to help them get their next film made.


Going Down – James Vinson

Ali 707 – Hannah Moore

Mathilda – Matthew Chuang

The Gallant Captain – Katrina Mathers & Graeme Base

Lemonade Stand – Alethea Jones

KINGS – Thom Neal & Charlie Ford

Draft Day – Alexander Moore

Pint – Nic Barker

The Video Dating Tape of Desmondo Ray aged 33 & 3/4 – Steve Baker

Resistance – Blake Borcich

You know what? I love you – Natalie Cunningham


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We suggest that you save the ticket to your phone to save having to print out a paper ticket on the night. That way, we can just scan you in at the door – nice and easy! Less time at the entry means more time with The People’s Market!

Each ticket admits ONE and the event is strictly no BYO. Seating for the screening is not allocated so we suggest the earlier you arrive the better. That way you can snap up the best seats in the house.

For ongoing information about Warehouse Cinema, please sign up to our mailing list below

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Please direct all carrier pigeons and snail mail to the Warehouse Cinema venue located at 13 – 19 Leslie Street, Brunswick Vic, 3056.

Alternatively, if you need to contact us for any reason including; ticketing, venue enquiries, brand partnerships and any other questions you can think of, email us at contact@warehousecinema.com.au.

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