Kindred Studios Local and emerging filmmakers
Tuesday 16th May 8:00pm
Lean Into The Darkness Drama Australia 08:53
Dir. Melanie Hayward
Single mum, Hannah reluctantly grants Milly, her terminally ill daughter, one final wish. But the consequence for Hannah, whose own wish is to join her family, is a fate worse than death: life.
Lime Parfait Drama, Comedy Australia 07:55
Dir. Pat Mooney
On a hot day in the Western Suburbs of Melbourne, Daniela paints her Nanna’s pergola before the house is auctioned.
Negatives Drama Australia 15:28
Dir. Thomas Broadbent
Partly shot on 16mm film, Negatives is a tribute to film photography’s resurgence starring Jana Zvedeniuk as ‘Shay’, a film lab technician who begins to suspect a client is displaying predatory behaviour in his photography.
NONNO Comedy Australia 03:00
Dir. Zev Howley
When Bella is asked to accompany her troublesome grandfather to the market, they get a lot more than they bargain for.
Not To Be Comedy Australia 10:00
Dir. Katrina Channells
An eccentric Shakespearean actor decides that this performance will be his final curtain call.
Onions Documentary Australia 11:21
Dir. Emmy Clifton
Over the course of the onion growing season of 2020 in a small town in regional Victoria a daughter returns home to visit her parents and film her father growing his annual prized crop of onions.
The Best Dumplings in Melbourne Comedy Australia 11:35
Dir. Brendan Wan
A comedy-adventure short film about three friends who decide to embark on the most impossible adventure in Melbourne…to find the best dumplings.
The Kids Turned Out Fine Docufiction Australia 07:50
Dir. Ethan Graham Wischer
‘The Kids Turned Out Fine’ is a short Docufiction written and performed by graduates of Melbourne’s private boy’s schools. It details their experiences of Homophobia, Racism, Sexism, and Toxic Masculinity through their own unique and creative lens.
The Outside Dunny Comedy Australia 06:37
Dir. Walter Smithers
After an outdoor toilet is installed in a Melbourne backyard, residents and their attitudes towards it change. Telling the tales of the tenants who have used it throughout its lifespan, the film explores the history of a quintessentially Australian icon…the Dunny.