We are currently working on two short form projects.
SHERBERT ROZENCRANTZ, YOU’RE BEAUTIFUL
A short film about a young girl and her guinea pig Sherbert.
Milly loves two things more than anything… her guinea pig Sherbert and redecorating her dolls house – and the best is when she combines the two. But Milly’s mother wants her to have a ‘real’ friend to play with and invites Milly’s older cousin Jill for a sleep over which goes terribly. Jill hates guinea pigs and thinks Milly will be a loner forever. Milly wonders if Jill is right. When Jill finally leaves, Milly finds an ally surprisingly close to home.
We received Generator Emerging Filmmaker’s Fund through Screen NSW and are using this short film as a pilot for a series. EP’d by Aquarius Films.
PUSH (Working Title)
Set in a small Australian country town, Push is the story of JACK, a 15 year old boy growing up in the mid 1980’s. A near mis-adventure with some tougher boys brings JACK into the orbit of FUZZ: older, bolder, self assured, the girl everyone wanted to be near. Peroxided, buzz cut, rude girl styled and natured, you could tell FUZZ was going somewhere. Somewhere bigger, louder, faster …
Push captures that time in life when we make a decision about who we want to become. It’s a film about those people who come into our lives, even for just a little while, but who re-set our compass, sometimes so slightly, but enough to alter our course forever.
Based on the real life story of musician Darren Hanlon, Push is a film about growing up. It’s about how we get there, and the people who give us a shove in an unexpected direction.