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RESCORE

Posted by Alexandra Spangaro

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May 25, 2012
7:30 pmto8:30 pm
7:30 pmto8:30 pm

Picture this: you’re watching the next wave of up-and-coming filmmakers’ movies, which have been re-scored by local musicians, who are then performing the music live on the night. All set down at Melbourne’s docks.

If this catches your attention, RESCORE is for you.

Presented by Speakeasy Cinema and Danae Valenza, as part of the upcoming Hull exhibition, RESCORE will show six short films accompanied by six live acts on the night.

The festival boosts a number of international filmmakers and a host of local indie music talent.

COST: $15 full price & $12 concession

WHEN: Friday 25 May, 7:30pm-8:30pm
WHERE: Mission to Seafarers, 717 Flinders Street, Docklands
WEB: nextwave.org.au/event/hull-rescore/


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