Port Film Co-op

  1. "An extraordinary, haunting, poignant, bold and brave film. Stanley has a face to make the angels weep." - Peter Goers, ABC Radio

    - Nominated for "Best Feature Film" at the South Australian Screen Awards, 2016 (SASA)
    - Awarded for "Best Form and Editing" at the North Portland Unknown Film Festival, 2016

    Christian boy Stanley enters the gay scene, encountering new experiences and melancholy as he comes of age. The classic tale of a bird leaving the nest is expressed through textured and experimental imagery. The film is shot vertically in 9:16 aspect ratio and blurs the line between documentary and fiction. Stanley's Mouth is a contemporary piece of religious art that embraces love and sexual experience.

    stanleysmouth.weebly.com/

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  2. Mica Levi talks working with director Jonathan Glazer on the film score for 'Under The Skin' (2013), including the seduction scenes, playing with the harmonics of the strings and the influence of Disney films. (Interviewed by Francine Stock)

    Listen on YouTube: youtu.be/SwcmjodI1J8

    Original BBC Podcast: soundcloud.com/the-film-programme/film-20-mar-14-starred-up-mica
    (For educational purposes)

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  3. Behind the scenes, outtakes & experiments from 9:16 vertical film "Stanley's Mouth".

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  4. Peter Goers interview Stanley Browning and Mike Retter regarding the Australian vertical film - Stanley's Mouth.

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  5. Adelaide Film Festival Bad Boy Bubby world first binaural screening. The entire audience hooked in via individual headphones to the film's authentic cranium-recorded soundtrack.

    Q and A with director Rolf de Heer and sound recordist James Currie about the conception and execution of the highly experimental film. A world record 32 directors of photography and unprecedented efforts for intimate sound. Detailed insights into the production.

    Shown in binaural sound at Waterside Workers Hall, Port Adelaide, the city where the film was shot. A classic of world cinema.

    Welcome to country by Steve Goldsmith

    Presented by Sandra Sdraulig and Christian Jeune

    Curated and Q&A by Mike Retter

    Video Allison Chhorn
    Interview audio Freddy Komp

    Adelaide Film Festival
    Port Adelaide Council
    Port Film co-op

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Port Film Co-op

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A filmmaking collective based in Port Adelaide. Creators of narrative and experimental film in various aspect ratios. Curators of the 9:16 Film Festival and video rental shop projects. Also highlighting other works and excerpts of interest to Cinema and…


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A filmmaking collective based in Port Adelaide. Creators of narrative and experimental film in various aspect ratios. Curators of the 9:16 Film Festival and video rental shop projects. Also highlighting other works and excerpts of interest to Cinema and filmmaking.

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