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We are proud of our body of work to date as it represents who we are as people, friends and responsible citizens of this planet. It also represents who we are as filmmakers in terms of heart and soul, but as we grow and improve with each project, we hope that this shows a journey and not a fixed example of what we ultimately can do. With greater access to resources, we believe that the best is yet to come! You can challenge us on that if you’d like; go on, give us a bit of cash to work with. I dare ya 😉
Street Dreams is a powerful insight into the international sex industry operating in SE Asia as experienced by the girls made to service it, and those trying to save them.
BALLOTS & BULLETS
Ballots and Bullets is a thrilling yet heart-felt documentary discussing the plight of those struggling to live under oppressive political regimes.
Breathless documents the lives of Queenslanders who are affected by the disturbing habit of inhaling household substances such as paint and glue.
ZAISHU: CONNECTED BY DESIGN
Enticed by the idea that one person can make a difference, furniture designer Matt Butler trades chrome for plywood and designs a non-precious chair which he hopes will become a catalyst for positive social change. This short doco follows his colourful, musical and artistic journey to India where he attempts to get local artists to decorate his chair design.
LOST & FOUND
A stolen lottery ticket forces a woman to examine her own morals when confronted by the ticket’s true owner.
An underground gathering of film reviewers exposes their shortcomings of thinking they are more superior than they really are.
An inexplicable series of events in an ancient backyard garden shed exposes a homeowner to possible dark sides of his own life.