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COMEDY | 7.05 MIN | 2017
A vegan couple are stuck in the apocalypse without food. When Mark and Ann encounter a stranger, they learn somethings got to give.
Arielle Thomas, Jackson ToserAwards‘Meat and Potatoes’ was accepted into the World’s Largest Short Film Festival - Tropfest, for its 25th Anniversary.
The film placed 2nd, including winning a handful of production craft awards given by George Miller (Mad Max, Happy Feet) , Rose Byrne (X-Men, Bridesmaids) , Sam Neill (Jurrasic Park, Hunt For The Wilderpeople), Will Gluck (Easy A, Peter Rabbit) and recent Golden Globe winner Bruna Papandrea (Gone Girl, Big Little Lies). The film was distributed by Red Bull TV for 12 months and is now available on YouTube.
50 years of struggling with her own family's identity, Rose realizes she must conquer her fears of rejection or continue living her photographic fantasy, hiding behind the strangers she observes to suppress the void of uncertainty in her mind. Life Through A Lens is a family drama for all ages which explores how hard it is to make the decision to find one's true identity origins, what it is that drives that person to make that decision and why now and not ever before?→ WATCH NOW
Garment Worker was a documentary short that was commissioned by the Liberty Hill Foundation.
The documentary focuses on the work of
The Garment Worker Center in Downtown LA.
Lauren Bath is a documentary short that focuses on a day in the life of “Australia’s first professional Instagrammer”.
Lauren Bath pioneered the Australian influencer industry. She has an impressive client list, having worked with global destination marketing bodies including Tourism Australia, Switzerland Tourism, Tourism South Africa, Tourism New Zealand, Canadian Tourism Commission, Visit Finland and Visit Dubai, as well as many major brands such as The Plaza New York, Travel Insurance Direct, VAIL Resorts, Olympus Australia, Intrepid Travel, Visa Australia, Australia Post and Moët & Chandon.