Kino Kabaret 2013 came to a close at Justice and Police Musem last night with over 25 madcap, inventive, creative short films absorbed by a rowdy and energised audience.
With over 120 participants and over 70 short films produced over the three weekends, it was the biggest Kabaret yet.
Our hats go off to all the filmmakers, actors, writers, cinematographers, editors, composers and boom operators.
Of course Kabaret wouldn't have been possible without the help of partners and supporters. From Kino Sydney and all our filmmakers, we thank Sony for giving our participants new ways to capture their stories, Rode Microphones for helping filmmakers capture sharp sound with shotgun and video mics, Metro Screen for providing a production space for our filmmakers, Sydney Living Museums for hosting our screenings in the atmospheric Justice and Police Museum, Reverse Garbage for providing props and inspiration to our filmmakers, Final Draft for allowing our filmmakers to experiment on their leading screenwriting software, Manoosh for fuelling our filmmakers with delicious pizza and Little Creatures for the thirst-quenching drinks at the screening parties.
Can't wait to Kabaret with y'all again next year.