>SMM & The Line go In The Bin

>Our films Supermarket Musical Massacre (2008) & The Line (2005) have been invited to screen as part of "In The Bin", an outdoor short film festival based in the gold coast.


In The Bin began in February 2000 as the brainchild of film director and short film enthusiast Jed Cahill. Cahill’s vision was to create an event for Australia’s aspiring film makers to showcase their work and put the Gold Coast on the map for short films. The response to the initial event was so overwhelming that Cahill planned to make it an annual event. The festival has continued to grow. Due to the festival’s exponential growth the decision was made to take it national and visit rural and regional destinations throughout Australia. (from the In The Bin website)


Supermarket Musical Massacre screens this Saturday, the 13th of September, as part of the "In The Bin Part One" programme.


The Line is scheduled to screen next Wednseday, the 17th of September, as part of the "Boardshorts"programme. We are currently waiting on license confirmation for the music so The Line can screen. Keep your fingers crossed for me people!

Check out the full programme here, and for more information check out http://www.inthebin.net.au. Many thanks to Jed & Pia from In The Bin for their interest & support!

Chris Pahlow

Chris Pahlow is an independent writer/director currently in post-production on his debut feature film PLAY IT SAFE. Chris has been fascinated with storytelling since he first earned his pen license and he’s spent the last ten years bringing stories to life through music videos, documentaries, and short films.