A work by Conor Bateman, commissioned by Pink Flamingo Cinema’s Extremely Online Project.
When John Carpenter’s Halloween aired on American television in 1981, there were more surprises than expected. A handful of extra scenes had been shot during the production of Halloween II, including one that would alter the original film’s narrative in an extraordinary way.
Conor is one of the lead programmers of Static Vision, an independent Australian film collective. His video work has appeared on Prototype, RealTime, Fandor, and The Lifted Brow, and has also screened at the Monash University Museum of Art, UQ Gallery and as part of the Milan Machinima Festival. He was a jury member at the Possible Worlds Film Festival, a participant in the Melbourne International Film Festival's Critics Campus program as both mentee and mentor, and has been a panelist at the Emerging Writers Festival and the Melbourne International Film Festival.