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In 1999 Hussain Sadiqi fled the remote mountains of central Afghanistan as the Taliban stepped up their violent persecution of the Hazara people. This was to be the start of Hussain’s epic 20,000km journey to Australia. 10 years later, this self confessed ‘nomad’ is about to give up his new life in his new country to pursue a life long dream - a dream that was born over 20 years ago, when a young Hussain first saw a torn and battered picture of his life long hero, Bruce Lee.
Autumn Human Rights Film Festival, Afghanistan, October 2011
Santa Barbara International Film Festival, US, January 2012
Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, US, Feburary 2012
Byron Bay International Film Festival, Australia, March 2012
West End Film Festival, Australia, March 2012
Dungog Film Festival, Australia, June 2012
Prescott Film Festival, US, August 2012
Inland NSW Film Festival, Australia, September 2012
Canberra Short Film Festival, Australia, September 2012
Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival, US, September 2012
Blue Mountains Film Festival, Australia, October 2012
Cockatoo Island Film Festival, Australia, October 2012
Human Rights Arts and Film Festival, Australia, May 2013
Madrid International Film Festival, Spain, June 2013
Sports Movies & TV - 31st Milano International FICTS Fest, Italy, December 2013
Saguenay International Short Film Festival, Canada, March 2014
Interfilm International Short Film Festival Berlin, Germany, October 2014
Audience Award – Best Film, 2012 West End Film Festival
Best Film, Best Director, Best Sound Design – Canberra Short Film Festival
Best Film – Blue Mountains Film Festival
Best Short Documentary – Madrid International Film Festival
Best Director/ Short Documentary – Madrid International Film Festival
Director: Gavain Browne
Producer: Alex Barnes, Gavain Browne
Executive Producer: John Cavallaro
Cinematography: Jason Hargreaves ACS / Jared Bazley
Editor: Derryn Watts
Composer: Ryan Walsh @ SST Workshop
Sound Design: Justin Harrison
Sound Mix and Design: Regatta Studios
Colourist: Tristan La Fontaine
Online Editor: Derryn Watts
Produced by Silver Screen Pictures and Lume Creative
What you'll see:
Tsukiji Fish Market
Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Tournament
Shinkansen Bullet Trains
Yudanaka Outdoor Onsen
Jigokudani Snow Monkeys
Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony
Fushimi Inari Shrine/Gates
Camera: Canon 5DMK3 with Magic Lantern firmware and LightForm Cinema C preset, shot mostly at 60p.
Lenses: Canon 24-105mm 4.0 IS and the Canon 50mm 1.4
Edited on: Premiere CC
Color correction: Colorista II and Film Convert Pro 2
But very few projects end up with exceptional results. Why?
As a disruptive brand and design strategy firm that creates briefs across multiple creative disciplines including Advertising, Design, and Innovation, Tom Bassett, CEO of Bassett & Partners (and founder of MindSwarms), was curious to understand how some of the world’s most consistently exceptional creative talents thought about – and used – the brief.
Through a series of one-on-one interviews with Frank Gehry (Founder Gehry Partner), Yves Béhar (CEO fuseproject), Maira Kalman (Illustrator), John C Jay (President @ GX, Partner @ Wieden + Kennedy), David Rockwell (CEO Rockwell Group), and John Boiler (CEO 72andSunny), we asked them to elaborate on how they define – and use – the brief to deliver exceptional creative results.
The end goal of Briefly is to help inform and inspire future generations of collaborators to write better briefs and manage the briefing process differently in order to help lead to exceptional creative results.
So while every project will still start with a brief, the dream is that more projects end up exceptional because of how these creative titans inspire (or re-inspire) the way we all think about briefs.