A portrait of the NBA Raptor’s fan community as they wait hours to get into the Jurassic Park screening party.
The humanitarian crisis in Venezuela is considered among the worst in Latin American history. While much of the media coverage has focused on the political turmoil in Venezuela, “School Crossing” focuses on an unseen crisis: the education of the next generation of Venezuelan children. Project Links Website Facebook
Oma and Opa are in their 80’s, but they are still full of life and energy. Their unquenchable personalities shine through as they tell the story of their lives growing up under Nazi occupation in the Netherlands, and getting married and moving to America in their twenties. Project Links Website
This film investigates the artistic process of visual artist Matthew Mitchell and his exploration of texture, surface and topography in the Burren, County Clare. Drawing both inspiration and raw materials from the local environment we follow the artist on a journey through the textures of the Burren; down into dark limestone grikes, deep into the… Continue reading Taobh Le Taobh Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from Feb. 2020 DOCUMENTARY Festival
This short documentary follows three female football referees as they claim access to a powerful role in a male-dominated industry. Annice Canady was the first female football referee to officiate a NCAA game in 2001. She is revered as a trailblazer, opening the door for other women to call the shots. The three-time cancer survivor… Continue reading Her Turf Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from Feb. 2020 DOCUMENTARY Festival
The story we captured is about a retiree who, despite his age, continues to surf on a regular basis. Despite being 70 years old he has not lost his energy and enthusiasm for life. While there he began to feel tired and worn alienating himself from the industrial rhythms, until he has been introduced to… Continue reading Solace Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from Feb. 2020 DOCUMENTARY Festival
In 1970, when Australia could barely fathom the idea of lesbian relationships, and homosexuality was illegal, the ABC television show This Day Tonight interviewed young couple Phyllis and Francesca. It questioned them on how they could really know they were lesbians, and looked at the ‘science’ of the time on homosexuality. Despite being little known,… Continue reading Phyllis And Francesca 48 Years On Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from Feb. 2020 DOCUMENTARY Festival
A look at what ‘home’ means for South Sudanese refugee Gum Wetnhiak and his family who fled their war torn homeland to start a new life in Melbourne, Australia. Film Type: Documentary Runtime: 6 minutes 18 seconds Completion Date: January 28, 2019 Production Budget: 500 AUD Country of Origin: New Zealand Country of Filming:… Continue reading Home Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from Feb. 2020 DOCUMENTARY Festival