"The conscious (and unconscious) celebration of the male artistic “genius” is rife throughout the arts and perhaps more so in theatre where “visionary” and “iconoclastic” male directors can still be referred to as “wunderkind” well into their forties."
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We are absolutely thrilled to announce that TOMORROW, AND TOMORROW, AND TOMORROW will have its international premiere this Saturday at the 44th Telluride Film Festival in the 'Filmmakers of Tomorrow' program!
One of the world's leading film festivals, Telluride has hosted the world premieres of the likes of Moonlight, 12 Years a Slave, Juno and Argo—and we're one of just five students films selected from around the world this year!
Big thanks to Screen Australia for supporting us in making the trip over to the mountains of Colorado, USA, for our international premiere. Producer Alexandra George and I are both in attendance, and I will be taking part in a Q&A after our screenings.
As part of the announcement, we're also delighted to release our brand spanking new trailer... Enjoy!
Sydney Film Festival closed last night, and I was thrilled to have been Highly Commended in the Dendy Awards for Australian Short Films for TOMORROW, AND TOMORROW, AND TOMORROW!
Thanks to all the staff and volunteers at the festival for putting on such a spectacular program, and to everyone who came out to watch our world premiere. It was pretty special.
Read more about all the Sydney Film Festival award winners at bit.ly/2tnzxQI
I'm absolutely over the moon to share that TOMORROW, AND TOMORROW, AND TOMORROW will have its world premiere at Sydney Film Festival, as one of just 10 finalists in the Dendy Awards for Australian Short Films!
For more information about the Dendy Awards and to book your tickets, visit bit.ly/1wXOd5O