A man on the run hides in the roof of a couple's house, only to discover it belongs to the very person who is hunting him.
2013 Manhattan Short Film Festival (Special Mention)
2013 Sandfly Film Festival (2nd place, Australian Films)
Writer/Director: James Ward Breen
Producer: Natalie Palomo
Cinematographer: Glenn Hanns
Production and Costume Designer: Sian O'Rourke
Editor: Nick Mc Dougall
Music Composer and Sound Designer: Rosie Chase# vimeo.com/81345826 Uploaded 43 Plays 0 Likes 0 Comments
A new short film written and directed by Nicholas Verso and produced by John Molloy for Mushroom Pictures and Morrissey/Molloy Entertainment.
Developed and funded through Screen Australia's Springboard Programme.
WINNER - BEST SHORT FICTION FILM - AUSTRALIAN ACADEMY OF CINEMA ARTS & TELEVISION AWARDS (AACTAS) 2014
Starring Toby Wallace and Cody Fern.
"Take note, filmmakers: you don’t need to be watching a feature film to have your pants up around your neck in fear. The Last Time I Saw Richard, unerringly directed by Nicholas Verso, is superbly edited with sound design and cinematography to match. It is a lush, deeply textured narrative set in a mental institution. The two leads (Toby Wallace and Cody Fern) dance around one another in games of basketball, Connect-4, and razor blades. One might be disturbed, but what the other guy has is far, far worse. Utterly chilling." - SImon Bossell, MEGAPHONE
"This 22min short directed and written by Nicholas Verso is a superb supernatural film of epic proportions. It has echoes of The Ring and honestly has an equivalent in production values. To win a film award everything must align and be perfect in every way and this film did. It suits my tastes in the unusual and darkness and the cinematography of Stefan Duscio is literally stunning. The special effects are stellar and the acting by Toby Wallace is enough for this film to win on its own." - Jason King, SALTY POPCORN
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All Alvy wants is to wish his son a happy birthday. But every time he calls his ex wife's house, his son is strangely occupied. So Alvy tends to the rides and patrons at the Fun City amusement park, adrift in a sea of wonder and joy that he can't relate to.
When a little boy is found unconscious in the games room, Alvy seizes the chance to exercise his fatherly duty. But the experience forces him to take stock of his hollow situation. And, after an unexpected altercation with a young co-worker, Alvy's realises that his bare anger cannot bring about a better parenting scenario, but a changed perspective can.
Directed by Justin Olstein. Written by Andrew Kavanagh. Produced by Matt Downey.
Made as part of Open Channel/Screen Australia's 'Raw Nerve' program
Locarno Film Festival - Pardi di domani
Nominee, Best Short Film - ATOM Awards
Flickerfest Short Film Festival
St Tropez International Film Festival
Charleston International Film Festival
Byron Bay International Film Festival
West Chester Film Festival
Norwich Film Festival
Maryland International Film Festival
St Kilda Film Festival
Edinburgh Shorts Film Festival
Catalina Film Festival
Shorts Film Festival - Adelaide# vimeo.com/51426473 Uploaded 437 Plays 1 Like 0 Comments
A short film written and directed by Leo Baker.
Two friends, Chaz and Henry, come across Ben, an injured uni student who has just been mugged. Chaz and Henry offer Ben a lift home that he gratefully accepts. Once in the car, the two friends are more interested in learning about Ben, than hearing his tales of woe. Things take a more serious turn when Chaz begins to interrogate Ben’s motivations for his university course, and soon deepens to question his career choices, and even his personal life. Ill-prepared and vulnerable, Ben flounders under their sporting scrutiny, and Chaz pushes Ben to reconsider these big decisions in his life.Uploaded 470 Plays 3 Likes 0 Comments
Written by Brendon McDonall and Jessica Paine
Directed by Brendon McDonall
Produced by Taylor Litton-Strain
Asher and Charlie are two very different brothers. Asher likes fishing and swearing. Charlie likes tea parties and crafts. In the summer of 1987 – the first since their father walked out of their lives – their relationship undergoes a test of almost mythic proportions when Asher’s confusion and anger boils over into a mindless act of cruelty against an eel. The fall-out will determine the men, and brothers, they will become.
Dendy Awards, Sydney Film Festival 2013
Sydney Mardi Gras Film Festival 2014
Awarded: Silver ACS Award for Cinematography 2013
Nominated: ASE Award for Best Editing in a Short Film 2013
Best Film at Sydney Mardi Gras Film Festival 2014
Best Direction at Sydney Mardi Gras Film Festival# vimeo.com/73657392 Uploaded 2,011 Plays 3 Likes 2 Comments
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