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Five regional filmmakers to help develop sci-fi comedy ‘Croak’

October 22, 2019

IF Magazine

Screenworks, Jungle Entertainment and Midwinter Films have selected five regional writers/directors to develop the sci-fi comedy feature film Croak with Nash Edgerton and Christiaan and Connor Van Vuuren.

Screenworks Media Release 'Croak'

October 16, 2019


Five regional director/writers have been selected by Screenworks, Jungle Entertainment and Midwinter Films to develop sci-fi comedy feature film Croak.

An amazing tale of murder, lust and betrayal

March 22, 2019

The Canberra Times

It's a true tale of brutal crime to make you shiver, even today nearly 200 years later.

On September 13, 1842, one Henry Dunkley was hacked to death with an axe by his servant in a cottage in Gunning, north of Canberra.

Pints and pining: new mini-series to help the Phoenix rise from the ashes

February 10, 2019

The RiotACT

Boy likes girl. Girl doesn’t seem to reciprocate. Meanwhile, a second girl pines over boy. Throw in an iconic watering hole and a cause worth fighting for and you’ve got yourself the makings of a creative collaboration brewing in East Row.

Pulling Focus

December 10, 2018


In its inaugural year screening in LA, and its tenth year overall, the Focus on Ability Film Festival is an event with a message. The criteria for films is that they are either made by, or have strong content focus on someone with a physical or mental handicap.

Chan’s film about bullying wins big award

September 09, 2018


A film by Canberran Sebastian Chan has won “judges’ choice” in the open short film section at the 10th annual international Focus on Ability Short Film Festival in Sydney.

Canberra film-makers win big at Focus on Ability Short Film Festival

September 09, 2018

The RiotACT

A Canberra film-maker has won a major award at the 10th annual international Focus On Ability Short Film Festival, an initiative of NOVA Employment which focuses on the abilities of people with disability.

'Bus Trip' tells story of disabled man targeted on a bus

August 20, 2018

The Canberra Times/Sydney Morning Herald

Local filmmaker Sebastian Chan has entered a thought-provoking film about a man's experience of being harassed on a bus for the 2018 Canberra Short Film Festival.

Young guns blaze for booming Canberra Short Film Festival

August 04, 2018

The RiotACT

Young filmmakers are staking their claims in this year’s Canberra Short Film Festival, which will present the best of more than 300 entries on ACT screens across a record seven days in September.

iPhones, drones lead to record entries in the Canberra Short Film Festival

August 02, 2018

The Canberra Times

With young Canberrans literally walking around with 2018 mini film studios in their pockets, the 23rd Canberra Short Film Festival is set to be one of the biggest yet.

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