In a remote outback mining station a town gathers for the annual rodeo - but as a series of events unfold, a young man bears witness to something he will never forget.
World Premiere - Berlinale 2017
I AM GEORGE ANTHOLOGY - Pernod Ricard
These films are cinematic portraits of George Wyndham.
The wild beauty, scope and complexity of the I AM GEORGE anthology aims to immortalize George’s story through art – and through them, we celebrate his life.
Written & Directed by Nick Waterman in collaboration with Pernod Ricard.
Washington - Saint Lo
Saint Lo captures the return to the dark innocence of Washington’s early evocation and also an evolution of the restless spirit at the heart of all this.
WASHINGTON - CLAWS
Claws explores sex and intimacy from a female perspective - it celebrates the effortless beauty and danger of the female form.
Washington - Claws
VOTE YES (2014)
It’s May 27, 1967 – Australia’s referendum on Aboriginal rights. Two women unite as a family come to terms with the prospect of change.
FROM HERE (2012)
Disconnected by time but not emotion, a young man calls his dying grandmother to say goodbye. The film focuses on a brief moment in time to examine the disorientating experience of death and the ever-changing relationship between past and present.
Palm Springs International ShortFest 2012
Jai Waetford - Heart Miles
'Heart Miles' music video and EP Film.
Jessica Mauboy - The Day Before I Met You
Set against the backdrop of the astonishing tropical beauty of Darwin and the vibrant culture of its local community, 'The Day before I Met You'depicts Jessica Mauboy like she’s never been seen before. Interwoven with a series of real human vignettes that are marked by feelings of celebration, harmony, community and love, the video captures the magical and authentic essence of Jess returning home.
Oh My Goth! was inspired by Gail Sorronda’s transition from black and white monochrome into the exploration of colour. The film stretches time, sound and imagery through an emotive landscape of dark romanticism that the label is known for. This suspended feeling of anticipation is then punctuated with breaths of vivid colour.
Bertie Blackman - Kingdom of Alone
Shot over four days in the remote mining town of Mt. Isa in far North Queensland, ‘Kingdom of Alone’ is a cinematic exploration of character and emotion set against the backdrop of an Australian outback rodeo. The film is a curious peak into a surreal kingdom through the eyes of Bertie Blackman.