Download: Sarah Snook
And if you interested in the movie check out the official tumblr page run by the filmmakers themselves which has lots of great behind the scenes stuff – like some of the titles in the mix was “The Final Fertile Month of Jonah” and “Motherload”.
So you’ve made your short film. What now? What can you do to keep it alive past the premiere screening? Beatrix Coles, one half of Circuit Breaker, is here to help. Having worked at a number of film festivals across the world, she knows what festivals look for in a short (tip: make sure the dvd works) and some of the classic mistakes filmmakers make in the marketing/distribution stage of their films.
Beatrix joined us on the line from Melbourne to talk us through the importance of life after shooting. Films aren’t made for shelves!
Download: Beatrix Coles
Last Sunday, Chrissy and I were invited to host a Q&A with Rolf de Heer and Gary Waddell after a screening of Rolf’s upcoming movie “The King is Dead”. We played a snippet on the show today but next week we’ll play selections from the talk and upload the entire Q&A to the blog. A huge thanks to the Palace Eastend cinemas who invited us and allowed us to record. Check out the trailer below.
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“Just Got To Be” – The Black Keys, from Not Suitable for Children
“Tidal Wave” – Husky, from Not Suitable for Children
“I Got Burned” – The Bamboos, from Not Suitable for Children
“Keep Walking” – The Mess Hall, from Not Suitable for Children
“Everybody Have A Good Time” – The Darkness