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 a wealth of production sponsors, we’ve created a truly 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 November 7, 2014
Music Video Competition

After the success of our first event, we’re brushing off the sophomore album curse and bringing another night of quality, independent filmmaking to the people. We’re psyched to be back in the saddle with The Warehouse Cinema Music Video Competition. If you’ve got a killer music video to your name and could make use of over $10,000 worth of prizes – tailored to both musicians/bands and filmmakers – then get your entries in by Friday September 29! It will be a night showcasing the suspiciously good musical and filmmaking talent that exists in Melbourne and beyond.

Details:

Date: 7th November, 2014

Doors: 6:30pm

Screening: 8:00pm – 9:30pm

After party: 9:30pm – 12:00am

There will be plenty of food (trucks) and beverages on hand, so take advantage of the surrounding public transport (Brunswick Train Station and the 19 tram). If you’re driving, there is street parking on Leslie Street, Albert Street and Victoria Street.



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Unfortunately submissions are now closed, and The Warehouse Cinema 2014 Shortlist has been selected! Below are the films you can have the pleasure of coming along to see on the 7th November!

THE SHORTLIST:

1. Baychimo Kin – ‘Marina’
2. Bonaparte – ‘Into The Wild’
3. Cash Savage and the Last Drinks – ‘Let Go’
4. Client Liaison – ‘Feed The Rhythm’
5. Closure In Moscow – ‘The Church of the Technochrist’
6. Guy Pearce – ‘Storm’
7. Hey Frankie – ‘Werewolf’
8. Hudson & Troop – ‘Frameless’
9. Joelistics – ‘Out of the Blue’
10. John Butler Trio – ‘Only One’
11. John Steel Singers – ‘Common Thread’
12. Kathleen Mary Lee – ‘His Eyes Were Closed’
13. Kirin J. Callinan – ‘Landslide’
14. Rachel by the Stream – ‘Reasons to Live’
15. Roadgeek – ‘Towards The Sun’
16. Snakadaktal – ‘Hung On Tight’
17. The Paper Kites – ‘Young’
18. The Squeeze – ‘Let Me Know’
19. Timothy Nelson & The Infidels – ‘Mary Lou’
20. Vance Joy – ‘Mess Is Mine’


 

 

 

 

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Tickets for the 2014 Warehouse Cinema Music Video Competition are on sale now! Don’t procrastinate, we sold out last time. And with a killer lineup like this, we’re bound to again.

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Please direct all carrier pigeons, ravens 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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