The WINNERS of the GOLDEN GALAH AWARDS 2014

All the info for 2015 will be announced in March 2015

Not much will change – an October entry deadline and a November festival.  

Check out all the winners – GOLDEN GALAH – JUDGE’S COMMENDATIONS – PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS

The GOLDEN GALAH AWARD for the . . . (it’s just like the OSCARS® only different)

 

BEST USE OF 2014 KEYWORD NOODLE 

Proudly sponsored by Darwin Film Society & Deckchair Cinema   

The Good The Bad and the Noodley

The Essington School Year 8 Digital Media Elective Class

Nic Gregory, Rian Carlson, Khrishant Charan, Jed Cruikshank, Dylan Russell, Duke Gordon.  

The theft of the magical noodle sauce takes the good Shinobi on a quest of action, romance and a variety of noodle uses

to return the secret sauce to its rightful place.          

 

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

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Bright Lights Big City – East Journey

Naina Sen (Director/Producer) Susan Sandery (Producer)

Explores the notion of ingrained identity and culture no matter where you are.

 

BEST NARRATIVE

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Odus and the Moon

Thomas Midena

A tragic fairytale of stellar proportions.

 

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

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Nathaniel Kelly

Marco

You cannot overcome a monster that cannot be reasoned with.

 

BEST SOUND DESIGN

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Tully Hemsley

Midnight Snack      

It’s time for a midnight snack, do the boys venture downstairs to find a stash of 2 minute noodles.      

 

BEST STUDENT FILMMAKERS   

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Midnight Snack & Capture

Tully Hemsley with Michael Kunnikorn Ryan Mu Kieran Parnell Leon Danicic  Nathan Mu

 

BEST NEXT GENERATION FILMMAKER

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Thomas Midena 

For short films Marco, Case: Fluff and Serendipity 

 

BEST MESSAGE FILM

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Cup of Tea

Anglicare NT Sandy Graham  Producer Greg Stehle  Claymation Al Oldfield  

An old man called Fred puts his daughter Betty thru her paces as a carer.   

 

BEST ANIMATION

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The Good the Bad and The Noodley

The Essington School Year 8 Digital Media Elective Class                                        

Nic Gregory, Rian Carlson, Khrishant Charan, Jed Cruikshank, Dylan Russell, Duke Gordon.  

The theft of the magical noodle sauce takes the good Shinobi on a quest of action, romance and a variety of noodle uses

to return the secret sauce to its rightful place.   

       

BEST DOCUMENTARY

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Kuruyultu

Lizzie Giles, Tjarlirli Art and Matt Woodham

A visit to Kuruyultu a country of great importance to the people of Tjukurla, in the remote Western Desert.     

 

BEST INDIGENOUS FILM

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Media Mob

Media Mob:Lincoln MacKinnon Sean Bahr-Kelly Jackson Dawson  Russel Habas  Shayne Teece-Johnson.

Follow the journey of 3 young Indigenous digital media trainees in Tennant Creek.           

 

BEST LONG SHORT   

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Bush Mechanics

PAW MEDIA  Directors: Jason Japaljarri  Woods & Jonathan Daw.

Producers: Michael Tayor & Jeff Bruer                                           

In the central Australian desert, four young Aboriginal men must overcome mechanical mishaps

and sorcery on a journey to visit an old man at a remote out station.        

 

BEST MUSIC CLIP

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Budju – Pole Top Rescue

Amy Hetherington and Lachlan, Kieran, Stuart and Tim

A very Darwin-esq and hilarious music video for Darwin band Pole Top Rescue’s anthem track Budju.

 

BEST SHORT FILM

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Midnight Snack –  Tully Hemsley

Tully Hemsley with Michael Kunnikorn Ryan Mu Kieran Parnell Leon Danicic  Nathan Mu

It’s time for a midnight snack, do the boys venture downstairs to find a stash of 2 minute noodles.      

 

The PEOPLES CHOICE AWARD (voted by the audience on Sat 15  Nov)

Proudly sponsored by Darwin Film Society & Deckchair Cinema 

Midnight Snack –  Tully Hemsley

Tully Hemsley with Michael Kunnikorn Ryan Mu Kieran Parnell Leon Danicic  Nathan Mu

It’s time for a midnight snack, do the boys venture downstairs to find a stash of 2 minute noodles.      

 

2014 Judges Commendations

Encouragement Award – Max Conaghan for his entries and notable work in other entries.

Encouragement Award – The Essington School Year 8 Advanced Media – Over Due

Message in a Music Clip – Keep Our Family Strong – Leonardo Ortego with Ali Curung Strong Sisters Club

Body of Work – William Justin Crooks – Top End Comedy Series

Body of Work – Media Mob – Video Postcard Series

Acting Commendation – Jordan Sorby as the British Detective in Case: Fluff   

Acting Commendation – Alicia Ruta as in Roxxy with 2 Xes in Case: Fluff

Best Actress – Lexie Gregory, in Marco, Case: Fluff and Serendipity 

Best Actor – Saurav (Rus) Kundu, in The Noodleman

 

THE GOLDEN GALAH PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD

Voted by the audience Saturday 14 Nov 2014

 The winner is . . .   

Midnight Snack 

Tully Hemsley Michael Kunnikorn Ryan Mu Kieran Parnell Leon Danicic  Nathan Mu

It’s time for a midnight snack, do the boys venture downstairs to find a stash of 2 minute noodles.

2ndThe Good the Bad and the Noodley 

The Essington School Year 8 Digital Media Elective Class

The theft of the magical noodle sauce takes the good Shinobi on a quest of action, romance and a variety of noodle uses

to return the secret sauce to its rightful place. 

 3rd – Bush Mechanics

PAW MEDIA  Directors: Jason Japaljarri  Woods and Jonathan Daw.

Producers: Michael Tayor and Jeff Bruer                                           

In the central Australian desert, four young Aboriginal men must overcome mechanical mishaps and sorcery

on a journey to visit an old man at a remote out station.

4thBudju – Pole Top Rescue 

Amy Hetherington and Lachlan, Kieran, Stuart and Tim

A very Darwin-esq and hilarious music video for Darwin band Pole Top Rescue’s anthem track Budju.

 5thCase: Fluff 

Thomas Midena

When a mutilated corpse is found in Darwin bushland, two specialist detectives are called in

from overseas to investigate

 6th – Cup of Tea

Anglicare NT Sandy Graham Producer Greg Stehle, Animator Al Oldfield  

An old man called Fred put his daughter Betty thru her paces as a carer.   

 And equal 7th Media MobOdus & the MoonBright Lights Big City and 8th Marco.

 

THE FFoFFINALISTS PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD

Voted by the audience Friday 14 Nov 2014

 The Winner is  . . .

The Noodleman 

Nathaniel Kelly

The NT’s greatest noodle entrepreneur Lester Edwin, has followed the same routine every day for the last 40 years,

running his flavoured noodle business. But that’s all about to change when his world is turned upside down.

2nd  Kappamama

William Justin Crooks

A young woman’s second chance at love is her last chance at human.

 3rd  The Noodle Conspiracy

Max Conaghan

Revealing the secrets of the noodle.

 4th  The Actors Syndrome

Wagtale Films – Kristy Schubert and Rob Hoad                                      

One intrepid filmmaker seeks his idol but finds his nemesis.

 5th  Barefoot Badass

Arijay Camp  Gunbalanya Media   Phil Denson           

When his girl is kidnapped, the barefoot badass decides to get her back… by any means possible.

 6thNocturnal Warriors

Franca Barraclough, Anna Cadden, Beth Sometimes, Rusty Stewart,

Imogen Semmler, Kim Webeck, Alex Kelly and Melissa Kerl.

An unlikely group of superheros take on the gas industry in the Australian desert after their habitat

is threatened by fracking.

 

 

 

FFoFF 2014 108 entries received whhhooo who NT filmmakers

 

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Get along down to the Deckchair Cinema Friday 14th and Saturday 15th November to see the pick of the crop

on the big screen. All the 2014 winners and FFoFF news will be updated on this site on 20 Nov.

Darwin Film Society proudly presents the 15th annual Fist Full of Films Festival @ Deckchair Cinema Darwin

Friday 14 Nov – screening FFoFFinalists and NT EXPOSURE

Saturday 15 Nov – screening the nominees films and clips and The GALAH AWARDS  

Check out the 2014 FESTIVAL menu tab for all the info to date on 2014’s FFoFFestival

 

Check out the 2013 Previous Festival menu tab for much more on the winners

and the 2013 GALAH AWARD winners are  . . . .

The film OUR JOURNEY scooped the GALAH AWARD prize pool,  taking out the BEST FILM

as well as PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD and BEST SOUND DESIGN.

See OUR JOURNEY  https://vimeo.com/79273519

and many other films got GALAH AWARDS too . . .

Judges Commendation – Actress / Journey Kelly   

Child’s Play

Nathaniel Kelly

An epic battle between sisters in a desperate attempt to get to a birthday party.

Judges Commendation – Actor / Thomas Midena

Stuart

Thomas Midena

It is good to have a friend, a good friend, who behaves.

Special GALAH AWARD Presentation

To Darwin Film Society & Deckchair Cinema for ongoing support of FFoF

Innovative Use of the Keyword WILD

*Simon Says Television

Wild Nights on Mitchell Street

Matt Haubrick

Oscar Wilde is in the flesh and on the prowl for a great nightout on Darwin’s infamous Mitchell Street.

Best Character in a Documentary

*Anonymously Sponsored

To acknowledge the people who share a part of their life with filmmakers through documentary.

Darren Cubillo

Night Patrol in dear old Darwin town

Larrakia Nation / Anna Weekes / ABC OPEN

An evening’s work with Larrakia man Darren Cubillo as he keeps people safe on his country, Darwin.

Best Production Design

*FATANT – Film And Television Assoc. NT

2258 Darwin City Police

Zac Geraghty & Tomas Cummins

In the year 2258 a gunfight between the City of Darwin’s police and thugs takes place.

Will Sergeant Ed Kelly survive?

 Best Narrative

*NT Writers Centre

Of Love and Loss

William (Liam) Carroll

The loss of a loved one that could have been saved.

Best Sound Design

*FATANT – Film And Television Assoc. NT

Our Journey

Leigh Bramall – Maitree House

DCA / Multicultural Youth NT / Captiv8 / Maitree House

Celebrating through music the courage and resilience of young people from diverse cultural backgrounds living in the Top End.

Best Cinematography

*Australian Cinematographers Society NT Chapter

The Rubbish Warrior

Jesse Gohier-Fleet

A glimpse into the life of a local icon, Trevor Jenkins.

Best Animation

*Darwin Film Society & Deckchair Cinema

Girlfriends in Space

The Essington School Year 8

When aliens abduct girls from a school dance a young man

undertakes a quest to rescue his girlfriend from outer space.

Best Youth Film

*Darwin Film Society & Deckchair Cinema

Beware Children

Nathaniel Kelly

A wild child tells her father a bedtime story, or is it a warning?

Best Documentary

*TEABBA – Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Association

Tiwi and the Dutch

Malcolm Wilson / TEABBA / Yarning Up 3

The Tiwi people’s first contact with white men.

Best Indigenous Film

*TEABBA – Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Association

Murtankala

Tiffany Parker / TEABBA / Yarning Up 3 / The creation story

of Murtankala who gave birth to the Tiwi Islands and her son

Purukupali who would bring the end to all Tiwi life!

Best Music Clip

*Darwin Film Society & Deckchair Cinema

Here we go . . .

Dave Garnham and the Reasons to Live / Sam Hoffman

Can an awkward first date be improved by music.

Best Film

*Darwin Film Society & Deckchair Cinema

Our Journey

DCA / Multicultural Youth NT / Captiv8 / Celebrating through

music the courage and resilience of young people from diverse

cultural backgrounds living in the Top End.

People’s Choice Award

*Darwin Film Society & Deckchair Cinema

Our Journey

DCA / Multicultural Youth NT / Captiv8 / Celebrating through

music the courage and resilience of young people from diverse

cultural backgrounds living in the Top End.

People’s Choice Voting – GALAH AWARDS Saturday 2 Nov

1st   Our Journey

2nd  2258 Darwin City Police

3rd  Girlfriends in Space

4th  Of Love & Loss

5th  The Rubbish Warrior

6th  Stuart

People’s Choice Voting – FFoFFinalist Friday 1 Nov

1st   Neighbours – by FFoF LABS Crew

2nd  Our Seasons – Millner Primary School

3rd   Feather to the Sea – Lulu Madill / Tim Parish

 

 

 

 

FFoFF 2013 – check out the program

FFOF 2013 Ad by Nat  click on this to see this little promo clip

UPDATE STARDATE  Thursday 17 October

The Fist Full of Films Festival Program with a full list of the films and clips screening can be found at the 2013 Festival TAB

We are screening 30 of the 63 entries. We done to all the filmmakers for getting their films in by the deadline and having the guts to have them scrutinized by the Judges.

Thanks to our judging panel who spent 12 hours viewing all the films and clips and then debating the award winners, whilst eating 4kg of sweeties.

NT EXPOSURE & FFoFFinalist Screening

Friday 1st November @ Deckchair Cinema Jevois Rd Darwin Waterfront

6.00pm – Fistival Club – food drinks and mingling

7.30pm –  Finalist entries screening 

Intermission – Voting People’s Choice Award

9.30pm – NT EXPOSURE Quest for Versace – feature film

The GALAH AWARDS – just like the Oscar’s only different

Saturday 2nd November @ Deckchair Cinema Jevois Rd Darwin Waterfront

6.00pm – Fistival Club – food drinks and mingling

7.30pm –  GALAH nominees screening 

Intermission – Voting People’s Choice Award

9.30pm – GALAH AWARDS Presentation

 

UPDATE STAR DATE  Monday 7 October

All the entries are in, all 72 of them for FFoFF 2013.

(if you scroll way down you can see all the entries)

An amazing effort from so many NT filmmakers who made it to the deadline, some by the skin of their teeth, waylaid in the timeless vortex of exporting and uploading. After a week of downloading from a cross section of sticks, discs and links then logging entries and tech checking each entry (in which a few faulty entries were given the chance to resubmit in another format and suchlike).

Then we scrutinized entries for eligibility and some entries did not make it into the competition, some were too long for a short, some had music in which the filmmakers had not sort permission to use and some were late entries – a deadline is a deadline. We are pleased to say of 72 entries 63 made it into the competition.

In 2012 we received 76 entries and in 2013 it is just as good with 72, from comedies to sci-fi, docos and mockos, animations, dramas and a couple of experimental ones even a trilogy Mox-Pop.

Sadly Indigenous entries are way down and so are music clips, but a good year for documentary entries. Way up are YOUTH entries from schools, older teens and young adults, with some very impressive entries in their quality and amazing SFX.

The NT’s next generation of filmmakers is clearly making the effort to enter the competition. It is a great learning curve to see your film up on the big screen, up against your peers and in front of an audience who will appraise and/or complain.

We will screen 17 FFOFFinalist films and clips that just missed out on an a GALAH AWARD nomination, on Friday 1st November, along with “Quest for Versace” a feature film by Darwin’s underground Bollywood filmmakers, in our NT EXPOSURE program.

FFoFF 2013 is on at the DECKCHAIR CINEMA Darwin 1 & 2 Nov, we thought we would brave the threat of wild weather with an outdoor screening and nothing but a cyclone will stop us.

Filmmakers/entrants whose films are in the screen program will gain free entry to DECKCHAIR (if they have RSVP’d by a deadline that is) and audiences will pay the normal DECKCHAIR ticket price (eg adult $15). The GALAH AWARDS sells out quickly so friends and family should buy online ASAP, via www.deckchaircinema.com.au or this link. . . https://www.venuetickets.com.au/web_v3/booking_sessionTemplate.jsp?cinecode=11111242&movcode=1113038593&categ=11

The DECKCHAIR is open especially for FFoFF from 6pm with food stalls for dining and drinks from the bar, come along early and mingle with filmmakers and the like.

2013 ENTRIES  

2258 Darwin City Police

In the year 2258 as Darwin’s population reaches 10 million a gunfight between the City of Darwin’s police and thugs takes place. Will Sargent Ed Kelly survive?

Zac Geraghty, Tomas Cummins

A man and a rock

One man, one rock, and a spiritual journey that never was.

Indigenous Media Unit, Diploma of Screen & Media students Batchelor Institute c/- David Pollock

A Spiritual Healer – Omanisa Ross

A view into the life of a spiritual healer and her family.

Jasper Martin

 A Tale of 3 Cups of Tea

A mad professor shows us the science behind making a cup of tea.

Adam Turley

Alice & Wally

Follow the tender and humorous story of Alice & Wally and their journey of environmental awareness in the central desert. Beautifully animated TV advertisements promoting water awareness in Alice Springs.

Leo Ortega, Katelnd Griffin, Alice WaterSmart / Power and Water

Artificial in Violence

A strange look into the dark mind of a boy who loves violence.

Thomas Midena

Axe Man – Steve Sunk 

Territory rouge and bush chef is also a master craftsman of blade making.

Steve Sunk & Rob Norton

Bad Influence

I fell in love with this girl but shes’ a bad influence. I wrote this song instead of doing school work, I guess I am just a bad influence.

Loc Nguyen /Mitmat4d

Beware Children

A wild child tells the story of a tourist couple travelling a lonely dirt road, they do not take heed of a strange sign and suffer the consequences.

Nathaniel Kelly

Bushy’s (wild) Backyard

Take a wild trip thru the Kimberley with Bushy.

Melissa Bush

Busted

Sonny the clown attempts to enjoy himself with a “nice” cigarette until he is rudely interrupted by the law.

Cairo Loy

Cane Toad Muster

Whilst touring the Top End Dana Lyons (of Cows with Guns fame) came up with a solution to obliterate the cane toad in which he describes with the assistance of local guy Jack Tinapple.

Jack Tinapple

Casuarina Reserve Landcare

Meet some of the people who volunteer to care for Casuarina Coastal Reserve and find out why they do this.

Birut Zemits & Anna Bergs

Childs’ Play

An epic battle between sisters in a desperate attempt to get to a birthday party.

Nathaniel Kelly

Croc Fever

A tale of going troppo, in the Top End from Larry T Hill, nomadic bicyclist and beat merchant, reporting from the crocodiles nest.

Tim Parish & Larry T Hill

Crocodile Fishing

The pleasures of being a crocodile and going fishing any time you like.

Leanyer Primary School Year 6 with Al Oldfield & Michael Roseth

Everyday Hero #538

Just doing the right thing makes you an everyday hero.

Larrakia National Aboriginal Corporation & Al Oldfield

Feather to the Sea

The wind has taken a feather to the sea, a message from eagle to you and me. Music by Syren, Lulu Madill, filmmaker Tim Parish

Tim Parish

Feather to the Sea – The Making Of  

. . . A journey thru Thailand and Vietnam in preparation to shoot Feathers to the Sea music clip. With Tim Parish and Lulu Madrill.

Tim Parish

Fetch the Milk

In some places going to buy milk becomes an adventurous  quest across the outback.

Michael Robertson

Girlfriends in Space

When aliens abduct the girls from a school dance one young man undertakes a quest to rescue his girlfriend from outer-space.

The Essington School Year 8

He we go . . . 

A boy meets girl meets problem, can an awkward first date be improved by music.  By Dave Garnham and the Reasons to Live filmed at Nirvana with a cast of locals.

Dave Garnham and the Reasons to Live with Sam Hoffman

Highway 14

Swarms of motorbikes zoom in all directions, and the air is thick with exhaust and the sound of constantly beeping horns. This is Highway 14, Central Java.

Shane Caple

Intelligence

Darwin’s most illegal Intelligence Agency goes up against Shakespearian terrorists.

Thomas Midena

Into the Wild Classroom

On the new girls first day she observes the wildlife of the classroom deciding where her place is to be.

The Essington School Advanced Media Class

It doesn’t matter anyway 

Darwin pop punk band Skarlett’s debt music clip filmed over 2 days in a Darwin backyard.

Friends of Skarlett & Auki Henry

K9XTM8

A super virus is killing the K9s of Dogwin and the Agents of the WILD STEALTH AGENCY are called into action to find and destroy the source of the killer virus.

Dixi Joy Bankier

 Lucifer’s Cult

A guy returns home from boarding school to find his friends involved in some weird business.

Ethan Grahek

 Made in Australia

Investigates cultural identity concerns of Australian-born Chinese through interviews and animated imagery and text.

Glynis Lee

Meanwhile in Lingiari

A snap shot of electoral and political radio chat made bearable by a very inventive film.

ABC Open

Murtankala

The creation story of Murtankala who gave birth to the Tiwi Islands and her son Purukupali who would bring the end to all Tiwi life!

Tiffany Parker & TEABBA & Yarning Up 3

Neighbours

Who are our NEIGHBOURS?

FoF LABS Crew

Night Patrol in dear old Darwin town

An evening with Larrakia man Darren Cubillo as he keeps people safe on his country, Darwin. Larrakia National Aboriginal Corporation & Anna Weekes

 Of  Love and Loss

The loss of a loved one that could have been saved.

William (Liam) Carroll

One of us likes to eat people, so what?

In a world of outcasts, egocentrics, cannibals and procrastinators can 9 characters find peace with themselves and each other before during or after the end of the world too.

Thomas Midena

Our Camel

A camel is a horse designed by a committee, an animation born from a game of “paper telephone” The Essington School Year 9

 Our Journey

An inspiring musical documentary celebrating the courage and resilience of young people from diverse cultural backgrounds living in the Top End.

Darwin Community Arts Captiv8 Filmmaking Workshop

 Our Seasons

The tropical north and the things nature and people do in the 6 seasons.

Millner Primary School Students with Al Oldfield

Paper Elephants

Vijendra’s courage and determination fight deep-rooted prejudices and traditional barriers to creat a sustainable livelihood by making paper from elephant dung.

Vijay Daniels

Peace 

A beautiful walk through and orchard turns to disaster, yet reveals love and peace. Song by Denis Franklin.

Daniel Kelly

Rainbow Street Lights

Darwin Band Indica Sunrise

Jacob Hazeldine

Senor

A reprise of a very popular song in Milingimbi from 2008 by Duhungarda Street Sounds with singer Jason Durrunnga.

EG Productions Greg Stehle

Sky High

Sky High celebrates the notion that everyone has the capacity to realize their dreams, suggesting that it’s within each of us – as human beings – to help and support each other to get there.

Certificate IV students, Indigenous Media Unit, Batchelor Institute c/- Lyn Hope

Sky Fire –  A Dance of Giants

NT cameraman Chris Tangey in the right spot at the right time captures freak natural phenomenon and the clip goes viral and creates a global news storm and gets blown into the climate change debate.

Chris Tangey

Song for Grace

A true story of one Australian family during WW1

Nerys Evans & Ted Egan with Chris Tangey

Stepping Up

How do you build over 500 houses in the farthest reaches of the Northern Territory?

Tim Wood

Stuart 

Its good to have a friend, a good friend, who behaves.

Thomas Midena

The Actors Syndrome #1

Provoked by curiosity, a Territorian asks: “Who is Robbie Hoad? An actor, the prodigal son … a very naughty boy?”

Robbie Hoad & Kristy Schubert

The Actors Syndrome #2 the search continues 

The bizarre sequel to hit comedy, The Actor’s Syndrome, our intrepid filmmaker explores the professional life of this uncharted Territorian.

Robbie Hoad & Kristy Schubert

The Actors Syndrome #3 the secret revealed

The gritty, grimy and gripping conclusion to the Mox-Pop Trilogy, The Actor’s Syndrome, reveals the shocking truth about Robbie Hoad … but can we handle the truth?

Robbie Hoad & Kristy Schubert

 The Bombing of Darwin

An eye witness account of the bombing of Darwin from a Tiwi Island perspective as told Told by Mr Puruntatameri.

Jedda Puruntatameri & TEABBA & Yarning Up 3

 The Man From Snowy River

A very unique version of this old favourite poem.

ABC Open

The Rubbish Warrior

A glimpse into the life of a local icon, Trevor Jenkins, a rubbish collecting warrior, who brings art to the roadside thru rubbish.

Jesse Gohier-Fleet

 The Tiwi and the Dutch

Tiwi people’s first contact encounter with white men.

Malcolm Wilson & TEABBA & Yarning Up 3

 To Clay

Dusty Feet Dancers explore movement, presence and sense of place in the beautiful Ilparpa Claypans, Alice Springs.

Tracks Dance Company & Jess Devereux & Dusty Feet Dance

 Weird Pies, Strange Pasties and Love Buns For Lost Vitality

Bill Carter’s bakery is a fairly typical outback Australian shed for the early 1900s yet she is captured by a sign that is carefully painted around the door.

Lyndal Carbery

 When I Lost a Day

Three kids, who helped Gran, find themselves on a wild adventure trapped in an evil lair.

Bruce Thomson

Why Baby

Despite everything she still loves him.

Country Town Collective & William (Liam) Carroll

Wild First Day

On his first day of school a new student explores the wildlife and meets and unexpected friend.

The Essington School – Filmmaking Class

 Wilde Night

Oscar Wilde is in the flesh and on the prowl for a great night out on Darwin’s infamous Mitchell Street.

Matt Haubrick

 Yaka Nhumul Biturul

Anti petrol sniffing song telling the story of a sniffers addiction and road to recovery with his friend. Filmed at Milingimbi Community.

NT Medicare Local & Greg Stehle EG Productions

Your Story Matters

If we loose our minds, we loose our connection to our culture.

Tim Wood & Ben Graetz

Zombie Weekend

An outbreak spreads from a supermarket and rapidly transforms everyone it in its path.

The Essington School Year 9

FFoFF is proudly supported by

Arts NT – Community Festivals Fund     http://artsandmuseums.nt.gov.au/arts

Screen Australia Screen Culture Fund through Screen Territory

http://artsandmuseums.nt.gov.au/ntfo

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2014 FFoFFestival 14 & 15 Nov. Entry DEADLINE 15 Oct