[Official Selection - USC Summer Film Festival 2008] [8:24]
Suffering from a creative block, a young composer escapes to the park to find inspiration. While writing, he sees a stunningly beautiful woman in a red dress walking through the trees. Newly inspired, the composer follows her through the park and begins a life-changing journey...
[Director: Alexander Yew]
A lost, injured soldier staggers into a desolate and abandoned village during wartime where he discovers a couple of strange locals...
THE LEAFY COMPANION
Depressed and lonely, an introvert orders a companion plant online. They quickly become the best of friends - until their happy paradise is destroyed. Just when you thought bamboo plants were lucky...
SHORTS ON THE GREEN
(2007 - 2011)
Recently renamed as SIPFest, Shorts on the Green Film Festival is a unique mixture of family fun, fine modern dining and the latest in short film works from local and national filmmakers in the heart of Surfers Paradise on Queensland's Gold Coast.
Andy Mions' nocturnal work hours means he misses out on the all important household chores. But he has a solution at hand; something he certainly won't lose sleep over!
LIVE AT THE GRIFFITH
Campus news, views, opinions, special guests and entertainment - live from the Griffith Studios with Adam and Kaitlyn. Includes the Gotta Swing Dance School Revue!
[Director: James Marshall]
Join a group of eight Korean students as they live, learn and thrive in a two bedroom unit in the heart of Brisbane City. (With English Subtitles)
FINDING DANIEL'S DRIVE
[Official Selection + Prize Winner - Qld Short Film Festival 2006]
Daniel has lost his girlfriend, his job and his family. All he has left is his car, which he's living out of at the beach. And to make matters worse, a mysterious nomad has set up camp in the parking bay next door...
[Prize Winner - Griffith Digital poo Awards 2004]
Join two random people as they observe the manic, heart-felt and hilarious behaviour of regulars at a local coffee shop. It truly is an amazing microcosm of society.
THE CAMERA CAPER
[Best Film - Mechanical Monkeys Film Festival 2005]
Charlie battles rogue tripods, ducks and a fat man in an attempt to capture the perfect photograph.