Filmography

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF WILLIE BINGHAM 2015

Director:  Matthew Richards

Screenwriter:  Michael L Fawcett

Genre:  Psychological Horror

 

Exploring a radical experiment in criminal punishment,  our film brings into question the role of various people involved, including the surgical supervisor, George Morton, who could have done more to halt the ongoing reductions but chose not to and the father of the victim for whom no amount of limb reduction will ever satisfy his desire for revenge

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BEGINNER'S LUCK 2013

Director:  Matthew Richards

Screenwriter:  Matthew Richards

Genre:  Action Drama Comedy

 

Two kids, a high-powered bomb of a car, no brakes! Life on the farm isn't just about bringing in the cows.

 

Dwarfed by the dusty wheat fields of a remote farm, two mischievous boys barrel down the dirt driveway with a sticky accelerator leaving a trail of destruction as they head towards the farmhouse where an unsuspecting dad makes a birthday cake.  Furiously giving chase in a giant tractor is mum.  In less than 8 minutes it will all be over.

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FIRST CONTACT 2012

Directors:  Matthew Richards 

Screenwriter:  Matthew Richards

Genre:  Outback Family Drama

 

Living on the edge of a giant, remote salt lake, a father and daughter eke out a frugal
existence in self-imposed exile.


Their calm yet monotonous world is shattered with the discovery of a mysterious black man.
On the verge of death, the stranger's arrival throws them into conflict, stirring up fears and
forcing them to confront the very things they've been hiding from.

THE FOOT READER 2011

Director:  Brendan J Guerin

Writer:  Brendan J Guerin

Genre:  Documentary

When 71-year old Elsie Chapman decided traditional medicine could no longer help, she turned to Lyn Fava, Reflexologist and head of the Australian School of Reflexology and Relaxation in Melbourne.

 

“One foot represents the past while the other represents the present and you can see if there’s been a change in a person’s life,” says Lyn who incorporates “feet reading” into her consultancy practice. After six weekly sessions, Elsie speaks of a remarkable recovery. While scientists say the evidence to support reflexology is inconclusive, Lyn is convinced it improves the self healing capacity of the body and plans to lift reflexology out of its cottage industry status.  

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BORN TO SWIM 2010

Director:  Brendan J Guerin 

Writer:  Brendan J Guerin

Genre:  Biographical documentary

Over 40 years, Cookie Harkin pioneered a safe way for young babies to swim, despite scepticism from peers, authorities and parents. This film includes rare footage of her 1980’s program “Swimming with Dolphins” in Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne, Australia.

CLOWN STORY 2004

Director:  Michael Adante

Screenwriter:  Michael Adante

Genre:  Dark Comedy

The once great Noel the clown becomes increasingly paranoid when dashing young clown, Danny, moves into the territory to be closer to his mentor. Tensions build until the pair face off in public, delighting the crowd and prompting the clowns to form a partnership.

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