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LEUNIG: A TALE IN 16 PARTS

With exclusive and intimate access to one of Australia’s National Living Treasures – Michael Leunig - this feature documentary will entertain, engage and enliven audiences everywhere with a revealing portrait of an enigmatic artist who just happens to be a household name. With an anarchic, playful and life affirming heart, the film celebrates self-expression, friendship, life and death, and the power of the imagination to ignite, enrage, heal and inspire.

Writer & Director - Kasimir Burgess

Producers - Philippa Campey & Kasimir Burgess

Executive Producer - Documentary Australia Foundation 

Financed by: Screen Australia, Film Victoria, DAF, Nude Run, The Post Lounge, Madman Entertainment

Please consider making a tax deductible donation to help us complete this film via the Documentary Australia Foundation

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PASSENGER

Combining stop-motion animation, 360-degree sound and VR, Passenger speaks of a recent migrant who has been reluctantly transported from her homeland to Melbourne. Passenger uses articulated-puppets, miniature sets and paper cut-outs and immersive sound, creating a transformative experience that mirrors the geographical and cultural shifts migrants are forced to make. From the award-winning creative team behind Clara.

Writers & Directors & Animators - Isobel Knowles & Van Sowerwine  

Producers - Philippa Campey

Financed by: Screen Australia

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THE UNMISSABLES

ABC ART BITES 2018

Three artists confront the challenge of creating a work of public portraiture to reignite the search for those who have disappeared.

 

Writer/ Director - Madeleine Martiniello 

Executive Producer - Philippa Campey

Producer - Samantha Dinning

Financed by: Screen Australia, ABC, Film Victoria

 
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DOCUMENTING THE FALCONS

Once upon a time a few girls came together with a shared desire to play footy. Fast forward nearly 30 years, and you have one of the most successful female sporting clubs in Australia. In 2005, Darebin City Council fought to provide Darebin Women’s Sports Club with its own purpose built facilities.  

This is a story of what happens when you invest in women’s sport, and challenge the status quo of gender inequality. 

Writer & Director - Samantha Dinning 

Producers - Philippa Campey & Samantha Dinning 

Commissioned by the Darebin City Council