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December Canberra Shorts

By morgan - 4 December 2006 10

December Canberra Shorts cancelled… it will be back in Feb07

Canberra Shorts was scheduled to be on this Thursday 7 December at the HOLY GRAIL in Civic however due to circumstances beyond our control, it has been cancelled. Apologies for any inconvenience.

For updates on SNOWYfest, Canberra Shorts, or filmmaking in Canberra, email info@canberrashorts.com

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December Canberra Shorts
toastie 4:18 pm 05 Dec 06

ahh, okay. to be fair, we were extremely high, which could have been part of the reason we were asked to leave.

Ari 1:36 pm 05 Dec 06

no this is not true. you can’t, for example, film the sydney harbour bridge, nor the opera house, without approval from sydney city council.

There are special regulations for those particular areas, and they do not reflect the general situation across Australia, particularly 300km away in Canberra.

In any case, the controlling authority for the regulations mentioned is not Sydney City Council, but the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority.

simto 1:20 pm 05 Dec 06

Kaleen Supabarn doesn’t count as a public place – it’s private property that the public is invited onto, and they can be excluded if management (no matter how spotty and ignorant) want to.

toastie 12:42 pm 05 Dec 06

we tried to tape some stuff in Kaleen Supabarn a little while ago and the manager (who was about 12 years old) told us we couldn’t and asked us to leave. what is that about?

RandomGit 11:16 am 05 Dec 06

Yeah, so, my amateur film ‘Canberra Girls who Crave Cum’ might cause an obstruction in mens pants, so I better come up with a new idea.

Avy 10:05 am 05 Dec 06

sorry, to clarify, you can film it all you like, but can’t include those devices in a commercial film of any kind.

Avy 10:05 am 05 Dec 06

>Legally you are perfectly free to film anything in a public place.

no this is not true. you can’t, for example, film the sydney harbour bridge, nor the opera house, without approval from sydney city council.

morgan 4:55 pm 04 Dec 06

public liability insurance is always good and certain venues/buildings/instituions etc often require permissions…

but most filmmakers seem to do what they want… so yahooing is an option…

Ari 4:54 pm 04 Dec 06

Legally you are perfectly free to film anything in a public place.

I guess the issue is whether your actions could cause obstruction, perceptions of danger etc, then other laws may be involved.

RandomGit 4:51 pm 04 Dec 06

Do you need licensing to film ametuer stuff in Canberra? Or can you just go yahooing with mates and a camera anywhere public?

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