Excited to announce that Rivers was shortlisted for the experimental film prize at Dumbo Festival in the USA.
Rivers (AKA River Crisis) (2019) has been nominated for the SAE ATOM Best Tertiary Experimental Film. Wish us luck on the night!
I have created a three channel short film from some of the footage i filmed earlier this year at the Murray-Darling. “Reflections on the Murray Darling” (2019) is specifically created for the Federation Square public screen, located in the heart of Melbourne. It will screen at various times from June 3, 2019.
My digital paper “Filming” (2017) will be screening at Ethnografilm Festival in Paris in April 2019. Looking forward to meeting the other filmmakers in attendance.
The County Court of Victoria series of videos about how a criminal and civil trial works are now available at the Court website: https://www.countycourt.vic.gov.au/learn-about-court/educational-resources/films
Great news: Expect Delays won 2018 SAE Atom Awards Best Tertiary Experimental Film Synopsis: Expect Delays experiments with John Grierson’s idea of ‘co-operative characters’: no one character is central to the story. In Expect Delays humans and machines work together to destroy, rest, and then create our world. Director Catherine Gough-Brady Sound Design Mitchell Waters Kyle Barbour-Hoffman
The ABC TV series “Ethics Matters”, the digital paper “Filming” and the experimental film “Expect Delays” have all been chosen as finalists in the 2018 SAE ATOM Awards.
I have recently been combining documentary media with the theory-rich academic paper. The result is digital papers. two have been published in peer reviewed journals. Filming (2017) is in Screenworks: http://screenworks.org.uk/archive/volume-8-1/filming and A portrait of Judith Buckrich (2016) is in Sightlines: http://www.aspera.org.au/research/a-portrait-of-judith-buckrich/
All episodes are 12 minutes long. The presenter Dr Dan Halliday talks with philosophers, and helps place ethical ideas in a real world context. The series will begin broadcasting on ABCTV 3 at 11:45am from August 31, 2017, and is targeted at a teenage audience.
The Collier Charitable Fund has kindly provided funding for our new series ‘Ethics Matters’. The Philosophy department at Australian National University has also provided funding for the series. In the series of 12 x 12 minutes, Dr. Dan Halliday talks to some of the world’s top philosophers about ethics. We have nearly finished the all the filming and have started …
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