Film, Audio, Media, RMIT

A place for production staff and students in Media, Media and Communication @ RMIT – by Paul Ritchard

Month: October 2012

Calling Aspiring Filmmakers!

Sony Electronics and Sony Pictures have partnered in 12 international territories to launch the ‘DJANGO UNCHAINED Aspiring Filmmaker Competition’.  Aspiring filmmakers are invited to submit their resume and previous work in order to be the chosen winner for their country. That winner will be given amazing Sony camera equipment, including the new Sony NEX-VG900 Camera, and an excerpt from the DJANGO UNCHAINED script to film. Their video will then be submitted for review by Quentin Tarantino himself!

Attached is an e-flyer with full details and an image you can post on your Facebook page, or feel free to share the following Sony Pictures Releasing post:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=546088542084237&set=a.241687265857701.79930.130667656959663&type=1&theater

Please share this with any film students or others that may be interested in entering.

To enter, go to: www.DjangoUnchainedMovieContest.com.au

Be quick, as entries close on November 7.

Django Unchained opens in Australia 24 January 2013.

Melbourne International Film Festival


Is there possibly a way of alerting RMIT’s aspiring filmmaker students to let them know that submissions of short films/documentaries/feature films for 2013 MIFF will be opening on Monday 29 October?

We would love to encourage young Melbourne filmmakers to submit their films for consideration to be a part of the official selection for MIFF 2013.
I can send you a short blurb and links to the MIFF website submissions page. Is there an internal message board or something like that?
Hope you can help, and look forward to hearing from you.
Kind regards,

Human Rights Film Festival

http://hraff.org.au/

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