4 Student films up for 2015 St Kilda awards

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May 8 2015

Fantastic news just in from the St Kilda Film Festival... we are happy to share that four AFTRS student films from 2013 have been selected to screen as part of their Australia's Top 100 Short Films program this year:

Eric

Writer and Director: Andrew Lee (Directing)
Co-writer: Jacob Holmes-Brown (Screenwriting)
Producer: Ashlea Dicks
Cinematographer: Goldie Soetianto (Cinematography)
Production Designer: Grace Brown (Production Design)
Editor: Florence Holmes (Editing)
Screen Music: Grace Huie Robbins (Screen Music)
Costume Designer: Sarah Hoke Thomson

Like Breathing
Writer and Director: Liz Cooper (Directing)
Producer: Julia Kelly (Producing)
Cinematographer: Goldie Soetianto (Cinematography)
Production Designer: Grace Brown (Production Design)
Editor: Kelly Cameron (Editing)
Music: Grace Huie Robbins (Screen Music)
Costume Designer: Claudia Daly
Sound Supervisor: Declan Diacono (Sound)

Stuffed

Director & writer: Warwick Young (MSA)

Producer: Rachel Argall (Screenwriting)
Cinematography: Jeremy Rouse

Editor: Dany Cooper
Production Designer: Ella Carey (Production Design)
Location Sound: Gareth Evans (Sound)

Post Sound: Diego Ruiz (Sound)

Screen Music: Matthew Rudduck (Screen Music)


The Wonderful
Director: Erin Good (Directing)
Writers: Erin Good & Sarah-Jane McAllan (Screenwriting)
Producer: Stacey Kwijas (Producing)
Cinematographer: Ella Gibbins (Cinematography)
Editor: Courtney Lee Bowden (Editing)
Production Designer: Amanda Safranko (Production Design)
Screen Music: Tiernan Cross (Screen Music)

Congratulations to everyone who worked on these student films!

The Festival will run from May 21 to May 30 with the shorts program being shown at St Kilda Town Hall.

Screening dates and times over at www.stkildafilmfestival.com.au.


Image attribution: Production still from AFTRS student film Eric (2013).

 


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