1. An ordinary day in suburbia is shattered by the unexpected. Based on shocking true events.
    WINNER of numerous international awards, Suburbia was in Official Selection in many International Film Festivals and featured on Short of the Week.com shortoftheweek.com/2014/06/11/suburbia/
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    OFFICIAL SELECTION
    Sydney Film Festival Dendy Awards 2010
    AFI Awards 2010
    St Louis International Film Festival 2010
    Canberra Short Film Festival 2010
    Foyle (Northern Ireland) International Film Festival 2010
    Flickerfest International Film Festival (Academy & BAFTA) 2011
    St Kilda Film Festival 2011
    Dungog Film Festival 2011
    Mississippi International Film Festival 2011
    Radar Hamburg Film Festival 2011
    Lucerne Film Festival 2011
    Santa Fe Film Festival 2011
    'Snowdance' Anchorage International Film Festival 2011
    Electric Shorts Film Festival 2011
    Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival 2012
    Shorts Film Festival 2012
    Wildsound Film Festival 2012
    Macon Georgia Film Festival 2012

    AWARDS
    Macon Georgia Film Festival 2012
    Wildsound Film Festival Audience Award 2012
    Wildsound Film Festival Audience Award 2012
    St Kilda Film Festival Craft Award 2011
    St Kilda Film Festival SBS Award 2011

    AFI Award nomination for Best Short Film 2010
    Best Short Film Finalist Sydney Film Festival Dendy Awards 2010
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    Based on actual events in Burleigh Heads, Australia, 1990

    Written & Directed by
    Antonio Oreña-Barlin

    Produced by
    Richard Halsted

    Director of Photography
    Lachlan Milne

    Editor
    Adrian Chiarella

    Casting Director
    Marianne Jade

    Original Music
    Hylton Mowday

    Sound Design
    Adrian Bilinsky

    First Assistant Director
    Matt Enfield

    Hair & Make Up
    Sally Farrant

    Special Effects Make up
    Luke Polti

    Steadicam Operator
    Luke Nixon

    Stills Photography
    Simon Grimmett

    STARRING
    Don Hany
    Linda Cropper
    Jodi Gordon

    Filmed on location in Sydney, Australia

    A Rotor Studios Production

    Copyright Desperado Films 2010

    shortoftheweek.com/2014/06/11/suburbia/
    suburbiashortfilm.com
    facebook.com/pages/Suburbia-short-film/122289574486806

    # vimeo.com/97187421 Uploaded
  2. 300 years in the future, a forensic accountant reviews the video stream from one mercenary's drop-pod which has been damaged during the initial stages of a colonial invasion.

    Directed by Ferand Peek

    Download at http://www.mis-drop.com

    https://www.facebook.com/MisdropShortFilm

    learn more about how it was made at http://www.directorsnotes.com/2014/05/26/ferand-peek-mis-drop/

    # vimeo.com/67735782 Uploaded
  3. On the final day of his life, an android has an unexpected encounter that alters the course of his existence. THE TRAIL'S END is a short film written and directed by David Rosenbaum that explores a re-telling of a classic; Bonnie and Clyde...or rather the prologue. It highlights the moment that the two meet and how their journey together begins. Sometimes the end, is just the beginning.

    To see a full list of credits & behind-the-scenes info, please visit:
    trailsendfilm.com

    Contact:
    david@iamrosebud.com

    # vimeo.com/101138179 Uploaded
  4. In this ghost story for the digital age, filmmaker Vera Vaughn works late into the night, editing her suspense/thriller about a woman jeopardized by a mysterious home intruder. But when she's interrupted by a knock at the door, Vera’s world takes a frightening turn toward the surreal as life threatens to imitate art — or is it the other way around?

    As filmmakers, we set out to answer the question: "What happens when you combine a Polanski-esque psychological thriller with the creepy metaphysics of David Lynch, shake it up with a healthy dose of Carl Jung and drop it into the Twilight Zone as imagined by M. C. Escher?”

    We hope you enjoy our answer... afilmbyveravaughn.com

    Starring: Marin Ireland as Vera Vaughn

    Director: Sorrel Brae
    Writer: Zeke Farrow & Sorrel Brae
    DoP: Jeffrey Kim
    Producer: Stephanie Haberman
    Production Designer: Maxwell Nalevansky
    Editor: M. Brennan
    Associate Producer: Arle Bordas
    Casting Director: Allison Twardziak CSA
    Composer: Leanna Primiani
    Music Supervisor: Ryan McLean
    Costume Designer: Erika Munro
    Asst Editor & VFX: Jason McConville
    Production Supervisor: Dashiell Robb
    Second Assistant Director: Camila Lianeza
    Key Hair & Makeup Artist: Tara Zielenski
    Gaffer: Yusuke Naito
    Electric: James Regan
    Grip: Kelley Nesper
    B Camera Operator: David Brickley
    Steadicam operator: Korey Robinson
    Assistant Camera: Neil Kelly
    Camera Checkout: Timothée Arene
    Set Dresser: Kathryn Chadason
    Sound Mixer: Jordan Moser
    Production Assistants: Anna Babs Schneider, David Melendez, Charles Carter
    Colorist: Mike Howell
    Color Producer: Claudia Guevara
    Re-Recording Mixer/Sound Designer: Joe Miuccio
    Additional Music: Ryan McLean
    Shadow
    Music and Lyrics: Ryan McLean
    Vocals: Derick Petersohn
    Produced by: Momma Music
    Camera Equipment & Lenses: Abel CineTech
    Lighting & Grip Equipment: Xeno Lights
    Color Services: Color Collective
    Background Casting: Background Inc
    Background Extra: Stefan Alexander
    Stand In: Ashlyn Alexander

    # vimeo.com/146489061 Uploaded 59K Plays 48 Comments
  5. An end-of-days drama about two teens who defy their religious families in order to discover their own final meaning, written and directed by Brooke Goldfinch.

    facebook.com/redroverfilm

    Winner of the Rouben Mamoulian Award for Best Director at Sydney Film Festival, the Canon Award for Best Director in an Australian Short Film at Flickerfest and Best Director at St Kilda Film Festival.

    # vimeo.com/153418170 Uploaded 46.5K Plays 39 Comments

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