What is 10 x 10?

10 x 10 is a free project development workshop. We meet every month at 7pm at Gertrudes Brown Couch, 30 Gertrude St Fitzroy in Melbourne. Filmmakers can screen up to 10 minutes of their non-fiction works-in-progress and receive 10 minutes of directed feedback in a supportive environment. It's a great opportunity to see some fantastic work, and also to be a part of the Melbourne independent film community.

We present up to 4 projects at our monthly screenings. If you would like to screen please contact Benj and Gen at documentary3000@gmail.com The 10 x 10 format was created by www.doculink.org.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Doco3000 is pretty awsome

Good morning crew,
Thanks to everyone who made it down to 10 x 10 in April to help Doco3000 celebrate its first birthday and see some great projects. It was a great night and our biggest yet! Thanks to our 3 screeners and we apologies to everyone for the sound quality - there was a different set up with Comedy Festival happening and we promise we'll be back to good next month!
We have some spaces available in May still if you are interested in screening your project. Simply email us at documentary3000@gmail.com. Also if you are looking for people to work with, or just wanting to get your name out there, send us a 100 word bio and contact and we'll post it as part of 3000People.

Also welcome to Jo Wright who is coming on board to help out with the running of Doco300 and 10 x 10. Make sure to introduce yourself her, as well as Benj and Gen if you haven't done so yet.
May's 10 x 10 is back to normal and happening on Tuesday 11th. It takes place at Gertrudes Brown Couch, 30 Gertrude St, Fitzroy and films start at 7pm.

Hope to see you there - Benj, Gen, Jo

Here's the April projects:

Art Spaces Brunswick
'Art Spaces Brunswick' seeks to expose the diversity and quantity of current arts practice within Artist-run spaces in Brunswick.

For further info contact Darcy on darcygladwin@gmail.com

The documentary entitled Anita shows us the love between a parent and a child, which is remarkable but the love between a disable child and a parent is unconditional. There are amazing organisations such as Mill Park Community House, Interchange, local council and mainstream recreational venues which keep families together by helping the child or young adult with a disability to live a fulfilled life.

For further info contact Genevieve on genevievelmachado@yahoo.com

Tez and Tones take Tasmania

The story follows two actors travelling around Tasmania, sharing a double swag and driving a yellow VW called Lola as they attempt to "live off their art". They have no money, no food, no show and pretty much no talent but over eight days (including Christmas) they learn new skills, go to beautiful places and feast on the kindness of strangers but they also experience hunger, sometimes they are forced to sleep at the side of the road and occasionally they get run out of town.

For further info contact Colin at colinmowbray@gmail.com

No comments:

Post a Comment