Steve Anthopolous’ award winning bittersweet comedy is about a florist (Aleks Mikic) with a stutter who is forced to grapple with a voice activated car, on his way to an important delivery. Listen out for a cameo by Sam Neill.
In its ninth year, the Smartfone FlickFest, and their embrace of accessible smart phone shot films, continues to offer opportunities for indigenous filmmakers of all ages to tell their stories.
Premiering at the Sydney Film Festival, All Silent Dogs is an exquisitely beautiful new short film by talented young filmmaker Natalia Stawyskyj.
The emerging filmmaker’s teenage years provided a plethora of stories, much of them riddled with violence.
The short film program at the Jewish International Film Festival [JIFF] offers a selection of recent work from Australia and Israel.
The emerging filmmaker’s debut short Clown played SXSW Sydney.
Writer/Director Robin Summons’ (Occupation) evocative thriller features a powerhouse Kat Stewart in a slice of life thriller that is every parent’s nightmare.
Western Australian filmmakers Nathan Stone and Stuart Campbell mix horror, action, superheroes and clowns (you’ve been warned) to thrilling effect in this psycho animated (using Unreal Engine) film – a scene from a larger feature according to the blurb – starring Adelaide Kane. Strap yourselves in!
23-year-old writer/director Finegan Sampson’s low budget graduate short film Teach Me How to Cry attracted well-known actors Lachy Hulme, Michala Banas and Julian Haig.
The Indian born, Adelaide based filmmaker and film festival founder aims to make an impact.