Australia Tag Archive

TEDxSydney 2018: Humankind

Animation, Art & Fashion, Asides

25th June, 2018

In his TEDxSydney title sequence Scott Geersen traverses a CGI rendered gallery in which humankind’s present & potential future collide with the past.

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Undercurrent

Asides, Live Action

21st June, 2018

Patrick Fileti’s short 'Undercurrent' tells the story of a young Syrian girl who finds hope in the midst of tragedy following a dangerous sea journey.

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Somersault Pike

Art & Fashion, Asides, Live Action

18th June, 2018

Kate Lefoe's 'Somersault Pike' makes expert use of slow motion to convey the fears of a competitive diver as she attempts to reach new heights.

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A Woman Bares Her Heart in a Painfully Awkward Declaration of Love in ‘Just Tell Him How You Feel’

Live Action

6th June, 2018

Asking the question "how honest is too honest?", 'Just Tell Him How You Feel' sees an unreciprocated declaration of love turn hilariously gruesome.

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Paul Nevison Exposes the Cold Cruelty of Ghana’s Modern Day Child Slavery in ‘Lake Volta’

Documentary, Premiere

10th May, 2018

Paul Nevison’s ‘Lake Volta’ provides a harrowing firsthand account of the experience of a young boy sold into slavery on the world’s largest

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The Boyfriend Game

Asides, Live Action

10th May, 2018

Alice Englert takes us into the power and vividity of children's imaginations in her dark, unsettling debut film, 'The Boyfriend Game'.

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Love is Love

Animation, Asides

1st May, 2018

Composed of contributions from 120 artists, Kyra Bartley's 'Love is Love' celebrates the diverse range of permutations of this most universal of emotions.

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Set Mo: Nightmares

Asides, Music

27th February, 2018

James Chappell visualises the debilitating effect of an anxiety attack in his heightened dance promo for Set Mo track 'Nightmares'.

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Guy Pearce Faces the Dark Consequences of Isolation & Loneliness in Jesse Leaman’s ‘Lorne’

Live Action

29th January, 2018

Jesse Leaman takes DN through the meticulous preparations which led to his meditative portrait of a man trapped by the oppressing boundaries of isolation.

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A Listless Art Graduate Tests Her Personal & Relationship Boundaries in Sam Icklow’s ‘Untitled, L.A.’

Live Action

6th December, 2017

DN speaks to Director Sam Icklow about creating a lesbian relationship drama which was both relatable and authentic to LA’s queer art scene.

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BROADHURST: Bones

Music

9th December, 2016

The power of surrender proves to be a formidable weapon in James Chappell's spiritual underground fight club music video for BROADHURST.

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DN346: Chasing Asylum – Eva Orner

Documentary, Film Festival, Podcasts

8th December, 2016

Eva Orner’s documentary exposes the repugnant, inhumane ways the Australian government treats asylum seekers and its attempts to hide these atrocities.

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