Current Film Projects
Finding Moort* is the story of how Sydney Phillips found family. it is a fascinating journey that takes us back in time and across vast areas of Western Australia. It is a story of personal self-discovery and how Sydney was able to re-connect with his Boodja (country) and his people. The hour long documentary will be completed by January 2020. A short version of the film can been viewed at selected times on the Digital Tower in Perth's Yagan Square. It will be shown every Thursday night from 6 pm throughout June/July 2020.
* Moort is the Noongar word for family.
Captured by Colour is our documentary about the remarkable life of Bedfordale artist Trudi Pollard. Trudi is an internationally renowned textile artist who works with all natural dyes and materials. As a child, she was a Prisoner of War of the Japanese in what was then the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) and it was during this time that she discovered the magic of plant dyes. The above picture is a still from the film. Captured by Colour is due for completion in early 2021.
Time Please is a documentary about the impact of the railway closure on the small wheatbelt town of Yealering. Yealering huddles next to picturesque Lake Yealering and like many rural towns in Australia is has suffered significant declines in population and business presence. The picture is a still from the film and was shot by our drone pilot Alex Nelson. The documentary will be completed by early 2020.