Anthology Feature Recipients Announced
ScreenACT congratulates all the participants of the Anthology Feature POD for their energy and creativity. The quality of the projects involved greatly impressed the selection panel, and caused them a number of headaches in reaching their final decision.
The filmmakers and their projects selected for the Anthology Feature Initiative ‘Locks of Love’
are (in no particular order):
The Colour Of Friendship – Micael Ortiz
Love For The Taking – Rebecca Filipczyk
Joy Flight – Megan Watson
It’s Not That Simple – Ben Wade
Scars – Bruce Davie
Good Monster, Bad Monster – Evan Croker
The Tiger – Jacob Saggers
Busker’s Lock – Daniel Lloyd
To My One And Only – Tony Marziano
A Familiar Feeling – Luke Hendrickson
We wish them all the best of luck on their endeavours, and eagerly anticipate the results of their hard work through the coming year.
Feature Film 'Galore' Wraps Filming this Week
Principal photography for the Australian feature film Galore
wraps up this week in Canberra following a five-week shoot. The film, written and directed by Rhys Graham, interweaves the stories of four teenagers against the looming backdrop of the 2003 bushfires.
It stars Ashleigh Cummings (Tomorrow When The War Began
), Toby Wallace (Nim’s Island 2
) and Lily Sullivan (Mental
is being produced by Philippa Campey (Bastardy
) and executive produced by Sue Murray, Victoria Treole and Eleonora Granata-Jenkinson.
is the first feature film to receive funding via the ACT Screen Investment Fund. A number of Canberra’s very own film making community worked as crew on the project, and the fruits of their labor can be seen in late-2013.
ScreenACT EXPO 2013
ScreenACT has begun developing new programs and funding opportunities for the upcoming year, and will be holding an Expo in 2013 to give you the chance to learn about all the great initiatives that will be available. The final schedule is still being shaped, and the Expo is planned for February.
This will be a great way to gain knowledge and ask questions about the upcoming initiatives in 2013. More information will be made available in the new year.
The 2012 Canberra Critics’ Circle Awards Announced
On Tuesday, November 27, the Canberra Critics' Circle hosted the 22nd ACT Arts Awards Night at the Canberra Museum and Gallery. The Awards for film were presented to the following:
Dallas Bland for Blue World Order
Christian Doran and John Frohlich for Always the Son
Kris Kerehona for Dancing Auschwitz
ScreenACT wishes to congratulate the winners for their outstanding work.