REV22: WESTRALIA DAY 3: Unseen, untouched, unknown 98 mins

  • REV22: WESTRALIA DAY 3: Unseen, untouched, unknown
  • REV22: WESTRALIA DAY 3: Unseen, untouched, unknown
  • REV22: WESTRALIA DAY 3: Unseen, untouched, unknown

Screening Sun 17 Jul at:

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Sunday, 17 July


A showcase of Western Australian made screen productions

Session 3: Unseen, untouched, unknown
Cosmic mysteries, dystopian futures, and the collision of distant and familiar worlds are all around the corner in these electrifying shorts. Chronicling the adventures of those who dare to brave the strange and often deadly worlds around them, audiences should know that only one thing is for sure: nothing is as it seems.

Lawrence Murphy. Australia/24min/2021 
A young, beaten down scientist is given a new lust for life in a quest to defeat death and create immortality.

Hash Browns 
Cal McLeanIt & Alexandra Nell. Australia/6min/2022
After bumping into each other at a late-night diner, on the same night as their one-night stand, Chris and Susie decide to eat together.

Hitting the Road 
Jack Connell. Australia/25min/2022
When getaway driver Chase Walker decides to abandon his life of crime, he must first team up with Maddison River, an underground emerging thief to pull off one last daring job that sees him finally walk away from the life he’s dreaded, or fall back into it forever...

A Shadow in the Darkness 
Dean William Butler. Australia/7min/2021
A man squares off against a demonic entity in regional WA.

Alex von Hofmann. Australia/19min/2021
In a world decimated by nuclear war, where barbaric clans and genetically modified dinosaurs roam the Australian countryside, a young girl, Evie, must venture alone to a distant farmhouse to seek medical supplies for her dying father.

Alex Montanari.  Australia/15min/2022
A formative moment in Caleb’s childhood leads him on a lifelong journey to find the edge of the universe.

Reality Man 
Matteo Mazzella. Australia/2min/2022
In 1992, the first human leaves reality to live in the virtual world. For 30 years we've had no contact... until now.

Session 4: The pursuit of compassion 
These local productions deconstruct and examine the human experience. What is it to love, to be truly alone, and is it possible to find a place that could finally make us happy? We explore how to reveal our identities through the evolving landscapes of relationships, influence, and adversity.

Who Are You Trying to Impress? 
Benjamin Taylor. Australia/9min/2021 
Through an exploration of his own childhood YouTube channel, a young filmmaker seeks to explore the unspoken collective conscious shared by those raised in the digital age.

Through Her Eyes 
Jason Haji-Ali. Australia/9min/2022
First Nations filmmaker Jason Haji-Ali who wrote, produced and directed this film explores his cultural identity as he reflects on his childhood, the toxicity of social media and conversation with his grandmother, Phyllis.

The Honeymoon Phase        
Stephanie Senior. Australia/8min/2022
A couple dance their way through the honeymoon phase of their relationship.

Dean William Butler & Robert Faulkner    Australia/3min/2022
All hell breaks loose when a mans girlfriend wants a share in his lunch instead of ordering her own.

Paper Route 
Harrison Mitchell. Australia/14min/2022
Paperboys, Matt and Dewey, race the clock to beat a delivery record, but their joyride ends in a problem that tests their friendship.

Giacomo Groppoli. Australia/11min/2021
Friendship, feathers and grief get tangled as a young woman learns to stand on one leg.

Karla Hart. Australia/10min/2021
A young indigenous girl learns of Tooly, the sign of an impending death in the family.

Never Alone 
Ben Matei. Australia/6min/2021
Balloon takes Creature on a journey through magical lands where Creature learns that life is precious and there is both beauty and hope to be found in small moments of joy.

Aaryn Bath. Australia/12min/2021
Two women wake up after a one-night stand to find things go hilariously wrong when the morning after gets a little crowded.

Good Night 
David Vincent Smith. Australia/8min/2021
A busy sound engineer accepts a last-minute recording instead of heading home to his family and is deeply affected by the song he records.