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.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

October's 10 x 10

Photographers starred at October's 10 x 10 with 2 great projects along with 2 video projects and a chat by Channel 31.

Doco3000 regular Rodney Dekker started the evening with
Tides of Resilience.


Climate change is impacting communities around the world, particularly in developing countries. Witness these impacts on rural villages in Bangladesh through a multimedia presentation by Rodney Dekker. A longer version of this presentation will be on exhibition at Obscura Gallery 24 October and i'm about to commence work on a documentary radio program for ABC radio national's 360 program who have taken on the project.

For more info on the project, contact Rodney at rodney.dekker@gmail.com

Newcomer David Franjic screened his work in progress - Diverse City.


Diverse-City focuses on a diversity of communities living in and around a city (in this case Amsterdam). The aim of the series is to paint a multi-cultural and multi-dimensional portrait of a city through the exploration of a range of different communities. Through doing this I hope to illustrate that a city's identity is shaped and formed through a diverse array of cultural influences. I also look to bring further public understanding to the different communities involved and open conversation on alternative attitudes towards living.

For more info on the project, contact David at david@colourchorus.com

Another newcomer all the way from Shepparton was Serana Hunt with her piece on rural outreach worker Ivan Lister in Larger than Life.


From the age of 16 Ivan Lister has taken time out to make sure his mates and neighbours have been getting on ok through droughts, floods, financial hardship and depression.

For more info on the project, contact Serana at info@photo8photography.com

And lastly was Doco3000 addict George Clipp with Provincial Politics


Corruption, lies and family ties all appear intricate to the voting
process. This documentary delves into local level politics. Asking
the question, 'How do the people of the Philippines choose their
leaders?'

For more info on the project, contact George at gclipp@googlemail.com

We also had a talk by some of the programmers at Channel 31 who are on the out lookout for stuff so if you have any ideas for them or would like to get your stuff on C31, contact Kirk at
kirk@c31.org.au.

And David Muir from Making of Movies screened a short piece and is looking for cinematographers to be on standby for a project happening around the Art's Centre. David can be contacted at
davidmuir@netspace.net.au or visit their website - http://www.makingofmovies.com.au/

November's 10 x 10 is going to be huge so make sure you get down there early to get a hot seat.

See you there!

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