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In The Can Film Showcase – Emerge In Yarra 2018


Sat 21 Jul 2018, 6:00pm–8:30pm

Where: LongPlay, 318 St Georges Rd, Fitzroy North, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $0.00 ($0.00)
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Long Play Bar will screen short and feature length films by local artists from migrant backgrounds including Saidin Salkic, Claudia Sangiorgi Dalimore, Christopher James White, Shejuti Hossain and Kate Oleinikov. Following the screenings, the filmmakers will unpack their practice, challenges & highlights in a conversation led by Dorcas Utkovic, Producer & Host of Oz African TV. In The Can showcases diverse films by emerging and established filmmakers from emerging communities. The night will include 60 seconds fashion—film portrait, an interrogation into diversity within mainstream roles such as Life Saving, a true reflection of our multicultural society through the urban lens as well as navigating identity within conflicting cultures. The night will culminate in a long form that explores an emotional story of the rebirth of a human through cinematic image and sound.

The Arrival of A Phoenix By Saidin Salkic
From the ruins of his childhood, a phoenix arrives among the new aesthetics and rises from the water and sunshine. The film celebrates the relationship between cinematic image and sound. It attempts to examine this crucial relationship while telling an emotional story of the rebirth of a human.

Her Sound Her Story By Claudia Sangiorgi Dalimore
In her recent body of work titled ‘Her Sound Her Story’ Claudia Sangiorgi Dalimore interrogates gender inequality as well as celebrates some of Australian women making strides in the music industry. She has also created music video clips for some of Australia’s iconic bands and musicians including Kaait, Cool Out Sun, Mojo Juju Feat. Lay The Mystic, 360 and more.

So Are We All By Christopher James White
‘So Are We All’ is directed and produced by Christopher. He calls his fashion film a ‘film portrait’. For him, it’s a moving photograph meant to capture an image and idea not a narrative story. He was inspired to create a fashion film that would showcase aesthetics and explore themes of masculinity, solitude, and purpose. He drew this inspiration from other fashion filmmakers both in Melbourne and across the world. He references Street Etiquette’s ‘Slumflower’ and Anthony Minghella’s ‘Fantastic Mr. Ripley’ as two of his inspirations.

Creed By Shejuti Hossain
In the film, ‘Creed’, Nayel is optimistic about his abilities to perform at the soccer championships while observing Ramadan. Despite his expectations, he soon realises that his coach and soccer team are not on board. Nayel is forced to choose between his commitment to his faith and his game. ‘Creed’ has been selected for the International Shorts Film Festival, Joy House Film Festival and Satrangi Seven Colours Arts and Film Festival. It has also been accepted into the Melbourne City Independent Film Awards.

For more information on the featured artists, visit Multicultural Arts Victoria website.