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 Topic: We want your Shorts!

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Posted: 11 Apr 2006, 9:27 pm    Post subject: We want your Shorts! Reply with quote

Chop bin Sync
is calling for short films!

This is an opportunity for makers for short films to be screened and seen in Syndey, Australia.

Chop Bin Sync is a new platform to support emerging filmmakers and we screen the newest , hippest & funkiest short films monthly as a short film theatre. And soon submitted films will be on TV as well.

Chop Bin Sync is a new platform for emerging filmmakers get their work screened and out there. We will be screening at The Hollywood Hotel, Surry Hills and once a week on a half hour TV show.

so if you wanna be screened, send it in.

What are we after?

If you’ve got a film that you made and think is awesome. Send it. We want all genres, experiments, animations, horror, drama, everything! As long as it's 15 minutes in length or less.

The format? Either on a miniDV tape or DVD.
Length: 15mins or less

Please read our submission guidelines on our website ( ) and post your film with the completed submission form to:

PO Box M137
Missenden Road
NSW 2050

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