Foreword: In The Bin Short Film Festival 2009 (Australia)

I will be attending the largest touring Australian short film festival this evening. It is the premiere opening night, which is held on the Gold Coast just 1 hour south of Brisbane. It tours extensively throughout the country for an entire year and tonight i will have the pleasure of viewing 14 short films.

The festival features a selection of Australia’s best short films which all compete for places to tour as part of In The Bin 2009. Not only will guests be entertained with a variety of great shorts, but will also be able to enjoy live music.

Festival Director Jed Cahill says, “We’re all really excited for our 2009 program. It’s looking to be our best yet.”

One of the films that In The Bin will be showcasing this year is The Last Supper, Directed by Australian actor Angus Sampson. He is best known for his appearance on Thank God You’re Here and guest role in the hit Australian series Underbelly. Sampson is a recognized Australian actor and is taking his turn in the Director’s chair.

I will be posting a written piece during the week covering the films and festival in general. I will also be keeping my eye out for quality such as cinematography, acting, directing and camera work in relation to my own personal project. Looking forward to it!

Check out the website
for more information.

Special thanks to Alton for his efforts in gaining me tickets.

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Alton loves film. He is founder and Editor In Chief of BRWC.  Some of the films he loves are Rear Window, Superman 2, The Man With The Two Brains, Clockwise, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, Trading Places, Stir Crazy and Punch-Drunk Love.



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