When Australian production company Painting in Pictures was approached by Elon Musk’s XPrize with a proposition to create a documentary for a Carbon Removal Challenge featuring the WhaleX team, filmmaking duo Kirsty B Carter and Joe Harrison were enthusiastic to get on board.
… not just an exciting thriller but also a beautiful contemporary love story.
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.
Screenwriter Lucy Campbell reveals how the acclaimed festival favourite Monolith came to life.
A cinematic celebration of Indigenous identity is set to be showcased at CinefestOz Broome – First Nations Film Festival, to be held on the lands of the Yawuru people.
The founder of the Melbourne Super 8 Group and online film journal Senses of Cinema, and prolific independent filmmaker, continues his creative journey with an all-singing musical shot in the Adelaide Hills.
Documentary Fashion Reimagined provides an engrossing, informative and impactful story about a British Creative Director who is making a difference.
The Lie With Me director on adapting a bestselling novel, casting right and the core themes and takeaways of his nostalgic French love story.
Short film lovers, smart phone creatives, and the attention span deficit who crave innovative stories, are all advised to tune in to SF3 – Smart Fone Flickfest 2023, for a dose of mobile-captured creativity and inspiration!
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