I Spy is a dramedy about a young boy’s eye opening summer holiday and his devious older cousins’ version of I spy.
Jack likes Jill. Jill likes Jack. Two teenagers dealing with love, lust and death.
Elizabeth Wymarra is a Gudang/Wakaidth Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island woman who has a passion for telling Indigenous stories on different platforms. A published children’s author, actor, writer and now producer/director, comes from a rich back ground in Radio, Theatre and TV. Her first fully funded short film The Biggest Port screened at the Short Film Festival S.A. and Message Sticks in 2011.
Amy and Dean deal with the death of their mother differently, but before they get on with their lives, they first have to get on with each other.
Written and Directed by Cath Moore, Produced by Diana Ward
Shelling Peas was made through the Metro Screen Breakout Scheme
Written and directed by Erin Good. In a dystopian world idealistic Abbie embarks on the first day of her new job with nervous delight.
First Break 2010
In 1950s rural Australia, Matthew and his wife live on a remote sheep station. Their quiet lives begin to unravel when it is discovered that Matthew has fathered a child to an Aboriginal woman who lives on the station.
The Burnt Cork has screened at St. Kilda Film Festival, Dungog Film Festival, Jurassic Lounge, Show Me Shorts Festival, Bahamas International Film Festival and the Canberra Short Film Festival.
First Break 2010
A short Dark Comedy Written, Directed and Produced by Kristy Best. This is Kristy’s first Short Film.
Something Fishy has screened at Vail Film Festival, LA Comedy Shorts, DC Shorts, Friars Club Comedy Fest, Dungog Film Festival, Canberra Short Film Festival and Cornwall Film Festival.
Tropfest Winner 2009
Directed by Genevieve Clay. A young man’s charm and charisma challenges the prejudices of a stranger at a bus stop. A Metro Screen Jump Start Film