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Winner Announced for AMIN's Love Live Music Film Competition

26 May 2017

Winner Announced for AMIN's Love Live Music Film Competition

A dystopian nightmare, where music is banned, is the theme of the 2017 winning entry in the second annual LOVE LIVE MUSIC 60-second Film Competition.

AMIN is thrilled to present the winning entry ‘EXODUS’, a film by Eloïse Boutry with music by Drued which took out the prize ahead of runner-up ‘0001Motions’ and five other finalists from around the country.
“Eloïse Boutry’s winning short film ‘EXODUS’ has taken the idea of ‘life without live music’ to a whole new level", said AMIN chair Patrick Donovan. "It’s cheeky and fun, but thankfully it’s also fiction, serving as a gentle reminder of the importance of the great work which state and national music bodies do to make sure this doesn’t become a reality."

AMIN would like to thank our sponsors APRA AMCOSPalace CinemasMoshtixPPCA and Sensaphonics Australia and congratulate all of the filmmakers and musicians who were shortlisted and entered this year.

Check out all of the finalists here: http://www.amin.org.au/llm2017/

 


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