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Kino Sydney Association

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Kino Kabaret 2013

Join Kino Sydney as we bring filmmakers together to learn new skills, test out professional equipment, make creative contacts, and bounce ideas off each other all while making a short film in 32 hours at KINO KABARET.

After slogging it out, from script to screen in only 32 hours, each session will climax with a prestigous screening party at the Justice and Police Museum.

Kino Kabaret 2013 is presented in partnership with Metro Screen and the support of Sydney Living Museums and Manoosh Pizza.

Kabaret takes place over three sessions on three weekends seen to your right. Take on one or two sessions, or do all three.

Register now by the following steps:

1) Compare price and benefits below.

2) Download the appropriate application:

Filmmaker Application or Actor Application

3) Return application to

4) Pay app fee below

5) Join the Kino Filmmaker's Guild

6) Download this image and share with friends.

Session 1

Session 2


Session 3



The Kino Kabaret Bible

Are you ready for an epic 32-hour filmmaking marathon?

Kino Kabaret 2013 has been announced...

Session 1: 16 & 17 November

Session 2: 23 & 24 November

Session 3: 30 November & 1 December

This page contains everything you need to know about the upcoming Kino Kabaret - if you can't find the answer to your question here, then just ask Sam at

Application for filmmakers

Download the application, read all about the application process, fill out the application and return it to - early bird registrations are only $45 a session, before 31st July.

Application for actors

Download the application for actors and return it to - only $20 with a chance to have your application waivered if you have a core role in 4 or more films per session.

Things you should know

Opening hours, wifi passwords, etc.

Kabaret Rules

Eight simple steps to making a Kabaret film.

Ideas and Challenges

Need inspiration? Why not take on a Challenge?


Full list of all the equipment you can borrow and use over the weekend.

Equipment Release Form

Legal stuff - you need to sign one of these before borrowing any of the equipment.


A list of places we've scouted where you can shoot.

How to export your film

Self-explanatory, really.

Screening Party Details

The where, when and what to wear of the After Party!