Mirai, a young Japanese-Australian girl, is about to have the worst birthday ever! But, if she survives the day, she just might make new friends and have a completely new life! Buy it here! Japanese version coming soon!
Backroads (1976) Classic Review by Hamish Downie https://www.ozflix.tv/#!/browse/film/2790/backroads Recently, Ozflix, Australia’s answer to Netflix opened for business. It promised every Australian film ever a kind of commercial library or preservation society. And perhaps someday, if they are successful enough, they may be able to deliver on the promise. But, for now, there is a limited... Continue Reading →
Short films are fine, but they haven't really made money since the end of the era where audiences would sit in the cinema all day and watch a Newsreel, a Cartoon, a Short Film and then a Double Feature. All for less than a dollar. But that era has long gone. The B-Movie has now... Continue Reading →
Hello everyone, sorry I've been missing in action, but I've got this new short film out, and it's premiering at the Shorts Off Film Festival in Wales, and it's called "Silence". To celebrate, I was interviewed by TG Geeks, a great podcast coming out of Arizona in the good ol' US of A. Hope you... Continue Reading →
by Angela Bourassa My Saturday at ScriptFest was a whirlwind experience. I sat on a panel about pitching with John Bucher, Tara Bennett, and Scotty Mullen, then I got to meet one-on-one with writers for the entire afternoon, helping them perfect their pitches before the Pitchfest on Sunday. That meant that I only got to… via... Continue Reading →
by Fin Wheeler Every time an award-winning screenwriter gives an interview, the reporter inevitably asks what they consider the essential elements to success in screenwriting. Just as inevitably, the successful subject responds that talent, determination, hard work, luck, and the right attitude are fundamental ingredients in gaining and maintaining a high profile as a professional… via... Continue Reading →
This photo was taken back in 1991. Lego was such an important part of my childhood. If you think I love music and film now, it's nothing compared to how much I loved Lego as a kid. I spent every last dime I had on lego bricks (not unlike filmmaking now). It's a little embarrassing, but... Continue Reading →
Thank you as always to the ‘Big Gay Horror Fan’ for sharing my latest short film/music video for Robyn Loau – “The Last Time” 🙂
As the GLBT community finally gains its rights and full respects in the eyes of the law, it seems like the worst time to genuflect before its faults. But, humanity is a complex and varied beast and, for years now, queer publications have covered the very harrowing (and unfortunately) truthful stories of domestic violence that occur in same sex relationships.
Recently, director-writer Hamish Downie and cinematographer Paul Lemming gave these circumstances a very Silent Hill twist with their video for singer Robyn Loau’s The Last Time. Imbued with a restrained toxicity, this tale of a lesbian couple caught in a loop of violence, is, ultimately, haunting on many levels.
Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!
Here's something you might like! Great cinematography, great visuals, great everything! Give it a shot and tell us what you think! 😀 Posted by The Spotlight Spectrum on Friday, 25 September 2015 And here's a quote from "We are indie Horror": "Hamish has taken a nightmare story from his personal history and has turned it into... Continue Reading →