Housing Affordability Film Comp Screening Event

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When: Wednesday 3 December 2008, 7pm to 9pm.
Where: The Order, Level 2, 401 Swanston Street, Melbourne.
Cost: Free.

The screening of The ‘I Want To Live Here’ short film competition will be an event of great importance. Here finally young people will be able to tell their story of the ludicrous situation that sees them paying more than any the generation in rent. Mainstream media ignores many of these issues.

The 10 finalists to be screened are challenging, humorous and sometimes risque. Whatever they are, they all make you think. The winner of the $3000 first prize will be announced on the night.

Along with these 10 fabulous films you have the chance to peruse and support the Melbourne Craft Cartel’s creative stalls set up on the night.

Get some Christmas shopping done and support local craft at the same time! It’ll give you a warm fuzzy knowing that you are helping local economies thrive, saving on consumer miles (goods flown around the world polluting) and putting your money where the sweatshops aint.

Comic stalwart Rod Quantock will also be featured on the night.

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