Directed by Sean Lahiff and Produced by Michael Clarkin, this award-winning short film has screened at Berlinale, Sitges, Sydney FF, St Kilda, Rhode Island, Flickerfest, Adelaide FF to name but a few. Shot over 4 long nights on Alexa with Superspeeds, this thriller is a tale of young masculinity and how out of control chasing love can become...
Welcome to Iron Knob
The multi award-winning "Welcome to Iron Knob". Nominated for an AACTA and winning Best Cinematography at St Kilda film festival, this short directed by Dave Wade has traveled the world. Raindance, Palm Springs, Edmonton, Newport and the Ukraine to name a few. It won Best Screenplay at Sydney FF, Best Film at St Kilda, Best of the Fest at Palm Springs, and audience choice at Dungog.
Directed by Sara West, this award-winning short drama was shot on old Japanese Kowa anamorphic lenses with an Alexa Mini, and stars Jordan Cowan as a young woman dealing with the perils of euthanasia.
Grounded over failing health, a desperate pilot struggles to prove to his daughter that he is fit to fly. Shot over 2 weekends using lovely old Zeiss Superspeeds, this drama was a pleasure to work on.
Lessons From a Middle Class Artist promo
This ABC short comedy/documentary series follows Anthony, a failed musician from Adelaide, who travels to America to learn how to make money off music from prolific online novelty song writer Matt Farley. Can you still claim to be an artist while writing songs about poop?
Rock N Roll Is Where I Hide - Teaser
A teaser for the Dave Graney Rockumentary “Rock N Roll Is Where I Hide”
Sons & Mothers - TRAILER
Aaron Gully and myself won the Best Cinematography AACTA award for this documentary that follows a group of intellectually challenged men who embark on a year-long creative process to create a theatrical love letter to their mothers.
Nominated for Best Cinematography at St Kilda Film Festival, Toot Toot is a cheeky Christmas film about Stan, a six year-old boy who dares to open his present early. But when it doesn’t live up to the picture on the box, he takes matters into his own hands.
Winner of a Gold ACS award, this short directed by Jennifer Jones follows 11 year old Liam after the death of his mother. The vegetable garden they shared becomes Liam's lifeline to the world. For James, surviving the death of his wife has meant a total disconnection from the world, keeping pain at arm's length. It is only when Liam's beloved garden comes under attack by the family goats that James reconnects with his responsibilities as a father and Liam can once again become the child he really is.
Amalia Lucia Gomez Is Gluten Intolerant
Shortlisted for Tropfest, this quirky little comedy was directed by Shideh Faramand and was shot on a shoestring budget. A little girl is caught between her two culturally warring parents, and decides to escape the only way she knows how.
A Tale of Obsession
Obsession comes in many forms. For Ashley, it was her instaiable appetite for Devon Cole...
A Tortured Mind
Shortlisted for Tropfest. Set in the Stone Age, the first genius Caveman inventor is frustrated by the idiot's that surround him. That is, until he falls in love...
This environmental comedy has screened at Tropfest, Flickerfest, and the Environmental Film Festival of Australia.