Story to Screen 2013
Director: Elizabeth Tadic
Producer: Stephen Dupont and Elizabeth Tadic
Writer: Adam Szudrich
A 5-year old boy tries to stop the one thing that will make his father disappear forever – the rain. Funded by Screen NSW. Funded by Metro Screen and Screen NSW.
Dawney struggles with Centerlink, her friend best intentions and the tide of life against she feels she is swimming using the best tools she has, her aspirations and her humor. Produced with the Metro Screen Breakthrough Initiative funded by Screen Australia.
Defendant 5: The Fall of the House of Gunns
The personal story of filmmaker Heidi Lee Douglas as she finds herself drawn into a David and Goliath battle for free speech against Tasmanian logging corporate giant Gunns Ltd. Web series funded by Metro Screen and Screen NSW.
Director: Ngaire O’Leary
Producer: Alex Giles
Writers: Alex Williams & Ngaire O’Leary
In a near future Australia, with resources scarce, the world has become divided between the protected urban dwellers and the disenfranchised settlers. During a routine army patrol, a soldier is killed by one of the settlers the and two worlds are set to collide. Web series funded by Metro Screen and Screen NSW.
Il Taglialegna (The Woodcutter)
Director: Thomas McSweeney
Producer: Kieran Cato
Writers: Ross Hubbard, Tommie McSweeney
On their first date at the movies, Ollie and Alexandra discover the truth about cursed 1930’s classic Italian horror film ‘Il Taglialegna’ (The Woodcutter). Produced with the Metro Screen Raw Nerve Initiative funded by Screen Australia.
Latte e Miele (Milk and honey)
Latte e Miele is a story about two sister’s arrival in post war Australia and how, with the bond of sisterhood, anything is possible. Funded by Metro Screen and Screen NSW.
Jade, Michael and Stacey are the Neapolitan ice cream of sexuality. Young, sexy and single, they search for love in Sydney’s modern hetero-flexible dating scene. Web series funded by Metro Screen and Screen NSW.
A bent and broken man who wants to go straight is confronted by temptation. Produced with the Metro Screen Raw Nerve Initiative funded by Screen Australia.
After the unexpected death of his mother, a young football player, Julian Maxwell, finds himself struggling to support his depressed, unemployed father – while fighting to keep safe the secret he once shared with his mother. He’s not only gay, but performs drag shows. SHOWBOY is a film about family, loss and the exploration of freedom and sexuality in the face of affliction. Produced with the Metro Screen Raw Nerve Initiative funded by Screen Australia.
Director: Tom Avery
Producer: Zoltan Deak
Dave, Henry and Leanne find themselves trying to convince the police it was all a big mistake after an innocent night out all goes horribly wrong. Produced with the Metro Screen Breakthrough Initiative funded by Screen Australia.
Anna refuses to touch her son, Vincent, due to a rare skin condition that leaves him blistered and scarred. But when the boy begins telling her about an imaginary friend, she is confronted by her own fears of reaching out to people. Funded by Metro Screen and Screen NSW.