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Basketball court in the rain. Photo by Jeremy Yao

Making a film is like giving birth. Forgetting the difficult bits is a coping mechanism.

We are closing this site down, and shifting everything over to our new, much improved Fresh Ink site. Check out the interview with Bec, here.

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Moore Street by Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy

I’ll give this city the bits of me it needs

We are coming up to our National Studio, taking place in December at the beautiful writers retreat of Bundanon in NSW . At this year’s Studio, we are going to be looking at writing monologues, and we will be selecting works coming from the Studio to form part of our annual monologue showcase, which will […]

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A (love) Tale of Two Cities

JW Griffiths’ Splitscreen: A Love Story was shot entirely on the Nokia N8 mobile phone in Paris, New York and London, and is the winner of the Nokia Shorts competition 2011. The finalists screened at this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival. You can check out the other finalists, here.

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La Patrona

A helping hand on the journey al norte

This stunning short film celebrates the women of La Patrona, Veracruz and their quest for human solidarity. As the trains with their cargoes of human traffic head north to the United States, carrying the dreams of migrants and their families who stay behind, a hand of friendship is extended by the woman of La Patrona […]

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Plot Device

More than just a plot device!

A promotional video for Red Giant editing software becomes a smash and grab critique of Hollywood’s narrative-by-numbers filmmaking. Very, very clever…and very, very funny! Just watch and enjoy!

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