Mon, 16 Oct|
Short Film Night: Slow Dating /The Gorge/Unsung Heroes/Bin Day Annaliese/Good Times and That's Okay
Locally produced and greater Qld short film night featuring Slow Dating/The Gorge/Unsung Heroes/ /Bin Day/ Annalise and Good Times and That's Okay. See About the Event below for details.
Time & Location
16 Oct 2023, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Caloundra, 11 Bulcock St, Caloundra QLD 4551, Australia
About the Event
Locally produced and greater Qld short film night featuring Slow Dating/The Gorge/Unsung Heroes/ Bin Day/ Annaliese and Good Times and That's Okay.
Slow Dating Adapted from his play, Slow Dating is the directorial debut of Adam Szudrich who is now based on the Sunshine Coast. When an elderly lady finds herself at a speed dating event for seniors, she’s confronted with questionable men and Zimmer frames. Making her getaway, she meets suave Leon and is swept away to a lavish hotel. Faced with a heartbreaking decision, she’s torn between the beauty of holding on and the vulnerability in letting go.
The Gorge is a drama-thriller and was produced and shot on location on the Sunshine Coast this year. Directed by Ryan Butler, it was produced and written by Terence M Young whose feature film 500 Miles we screened back in 2017. In the Gorge a grieving woman and her friends must survive a night in the woods when an unseen force begins to hunt them. But not is all as it seems. It has high end production values and shows the experience of its makers in both story and finishing.
Unsung Heroes is a documentary film from Kenny Waterson about 3 passionate individuals at the Caloundra Football Club who have dedicated themselves to its survival and committed themselves to its success. Kenny has a keen eye for detail and nuance and is sympathteic with his subjects creating a film that is compelling and entertaining. We screened Kenny's pervious short film Pure Imagination last year which made various other festivals across the country too.
Annaleise is a film from Aaron Lenden about a troubled couple driving through the Glasshouse Mountains who learn more about themselves and their relationship than they expected. Aaron is an emerging Screenwriter/Director & Creative Producer based on the Sunshine Coast. Passionate about the visual art of storytelling, he explores narratives of the human condition. In 2022, Aaron was accepted into a Directors Pathway Program through Screen QLD and Screenworks. He currently has a short film in Development which he expects to shoot early 2024.
Good Times and That's Okay is a film about a 70-year-old closeted woman who has to confront her faith as she learns what true love is from a sex worker named Destiny. It has screened at St Kilda, Cambridge and Dead Centre Film Festivals and is written, directed and produced by Amanda Kaye, a Brisbane based film maker who is Associate Producer on a Feature shooting this November. She has made 4 short films and graduated from Griffith Film School with honours and this film displays her talents as a writer director with impressive ease.
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