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Lovely to see Australian Indies get some recognition!
Welcome to In Focus, an introduction to an upcoming Australian feature film which may not be on your radar yet.
If you’re currently filming an Australian feature film, or if you have one in the early stages of development, pre production or post production, let us know about it. We’d love to give it a plug.
A Beautiful Request
Produced and Directed by Robert Chuter
Written by Alex Broun adapted for his original stage play
Co-Producedby Jason Hooker
Associate Producer Marie-Claire Loizou
Cinematography by Rudi Siira
Starring Guillym Davenport, Phoebe Jakober, Lee Mason, Felice Vaiani, Frederique Fouche, Richard Aspel, Ryan Bown, Michael Maxwell Loder, Timothy Quabba, BaileyWilliams, Poras Beniwal, Marie-Claire Anastasia and Josie Wadelton.
“Sleep on and dream of love, because it’s the closest you will get to love…”
William’s always been out of step with life. Burdened by a quarter-life crisis and middle-class ennui, his only…
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A great short film I came across recently. Don't get scared off by the 38 minute run time - it's well worth your while. I think this would make a great feature film. Similar to a post I made a while back on strange covers (Mae West covers The Doors), here is another legend covering... Continue Reading →
Who am I to say? That might be my father, two tables over, staring out at me from behind that old man’s eyes, as I drink my iced coffee and try, unsuccessfully, to leaf through this mammoth brand new copy of Stephen King’s It. I mean, we all have our ghosts…and as it is two […]... Continue Reading →
https://player.vimeo.com/video/170725982 After two successful years on the LGBT Festival circuit, I'm proud to share our film with all of you. It features the beautiful music of Thea Hilberts, the stunning cinematography of Paul Leeming, and the extraordinary performances by Qyoko Kudo and Tomoko Hayakawa. And I was the Director x Writer (plus it's inspired by... Continue Reading →
Hamish's Kitchen #5 Here are my thoughts as a producer on the issues surrounding making a film in a different country, and how that could affect the future release of the film.