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Six short films have received support from Screen Australia, it was announced today.
Through its Short Animation and Shorts Completion programs, a production investment of $446,000 has been made to support two animations and four shorts.
Screen Australia.s Head of Production, Sally Caplan, said, .Out of many applications, we are delighted to have been able to support these six projects. The filmmakers are all talented teams from diverse backgrounds, and the projects are an eclectic mix with distinctive stories. We are very much looking forward to seeing the finished works..
The Short Animation program is supporting two projects: My Little Sumo and Revolution.
My Little Sumo comes from South Australian animation directors Ana Maria Mendez Salgado and Carlos Manrique Clavijo, and writer Lee Sellers. Supported by writer/producer Marion Pilowsky, the film follows the plight of Daisy, a little girl with mighty dreams . to become a professional sumo wrestler.
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Feature Glen Chapman James Stansfield 26 Feb 2014 - 07:00
“Urgh, I’m so hungover. I’m going to sit in my pants and watch movies all day”
So invariably goes at least one entry on my Twitter feed every Saturday or Sunday morning. Yes, lying about all day watching TV is great but nine times out of ten when someone writes something like this, I can guarantee that they don’t have kids. For those of us with small children, the television we regularly watch throughout the day comes from a vastly different landscape. To the childless, names such as Makka Pakka, Tree Fu Tom and Yo Jo Jo may mean very little. To some us though they’ve become household names, as our lives are filled »
2 items from 2014
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