In March 2014, 437 soldiers were returned home to China from South Korea. For over six decades they had resided in a hidden away cemetery north of Seoul known as ‘enemy cemetery.’ They now rest in the Resist America & Aid Korea Martyr’s Cemetery, in Shenyang. Through the eyes of three locals, this film explores the history, the glorification and the reconciliation of this belated return.
Dianne, a Melbourne woman dreams of going to Mars on a one way journey. She is preparing for it all. The diet of ground insects. The year long journey in a confined space. The reliance on renewable energy and home grown food. The new utopian space society shaped on a vision of equality and diversity. But is she also prepared for the grief, loss & isolation she will experience when she says goodbye to everything she knows?
This short documentary brought to you by your local girl gang immerses itself in Dianne’s imagination to find out why she would undertake such an adventure.
Documentary: 10 minutes (2015)
You think you're pet obsessed? Meet the Melbournians that take dog ownership to a whole new level. Whether it's eight hours of grooming for a dog show, creating the perfect dance routine, or collecting thousands dog figurines - Pup Culture is a glimpse into the world of dedicated the dog hobbyist.
A car park so great it should have it's own postcode.
This film explores the beauty & emptiness of Australia’s largest car park. In broader terms it explores what urban sprawl & transport means for sustainable living and its implications on a city’s cultural identity.
Soundscape & images all recorded on location at Melbourne's International Airport car park.