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The Live Music Office is proud to be a supporter of the inaugural I LOVE LIVE MUSIC 60 second film competition. Created to build awareness of the importance of live music to everyday life, the competition calls on filmmakers, musicians and lovers of Australian film and music to submit an entry.

The Office has joined forces with the Australian Music Industry Office (AMIN) and St Kilda Film Festival (presented by City of Port Phillip) to present I LOVE LIVE MUSIC.
“The marriage of filmmakers and musicians is an important development in the evolution of both art forms,” says St Kilda Film Festival Director Paul Harris.

Ten finalists will have their work screened at the Festival’s SoundKILDA event on 26 May, where the winner will also be announced.

To enter, filmmakers across Australia are invited to collaborate with local hometown musicians to make a 60 second film in any genre and any style that addresses at least one of the following themes:

  • Imagine life without live Australian music
  • What I love about live Australian music
  • What live Australian music means to me

More than $12,000 worth of prizes up for grabs, and entries are open now.

For more info please click here.


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