Kino Loves Object's image

whenMonday 6 September, 6:30pm

whereObject Gallery - Main Gallery, 417 Bourke Street, Surry Hills


Tickets at the door, including snacks and drinks.

Kino is a monthly event that has taken place in Sydney since November 2006. Participants make films specifically for Kino then present the work to a sold-out audience. Each film is therefore a world premiere! The event includes music, giveaways, an open bar and organic pizza.

Like an open-mic night for filmmakers, everyone is encouraged to participate and given the means to do so, effectively blurring the boundaries between filmmakers and film watchers. Kino Sydney is a non-competitive, inclusive and accessible series of events that attracts close to 3,000 participants each year.

Kino Loves Object will be a special Kino event held in the Main Gallery at Object. Kino participants will create films up to five minutes around the themes of architecture, design and typography and these films will be projected in the gallery.

Kino Sydney is part of an international network born in Montréal in 1999. It is now a global movement, with cells in Canada, the US, France, Germany, the UK, South Africa and now Australia.

Here are three challenges for you, the filmmakers:

Create a 3-5 minute video portrait of a favourite local artist, architect or designer (in the form of an interview, a-day-in-the-life, a time-lapse charting the creation of a piece, etc).

Create a video under 5 minutes exploring the intersection between design and moving image (motion graphics, architectural modelling, 3D visualization, animation, light-graphics etc).

Pick one letter in the alphabet (and a corresponding word), then use typography and motion to illustrate that word. The end result will be one crowdsourced film made up of 26 x 10 second segments by 26 different filmmakers.

For more information and to find out how to register go to:

Object: Australian Centre for Craft and Design is supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments. Object is assisted by the New South Wales Government - Arts NSW, and the Australian government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
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