Director: Matthew Saville
A mother. A son. A phone call.
Two Czechoslavakian bachelors end an unhappy collaboration on a short novel about poverty, vermin and anti-semitism. An imaginative interpretation of Franz Kafka's writing put to film. ... More »
A young man hitchhiking to meet his birth mother for the first time makes an unlikely connection along the way. ... D/S Matthew Saville P Julia Parnell WS NZ Film Commission TD HD Cam/2012 ... More »
Melbourne stand-up comic Roy Höllsdotter is enjoying popularity, regular bookings and plenty of laughs. His routines leave the crowds rolling on beer-splashed carpet at his weekly gig but his ... More »
Made in 1994, this French Government video was intended for distribution amongst Foreign Affairs Departments in English-speaking countries. It reveals how the French Department of the Interior ... More »
John Smith is obsessed by names. Bold names. Old names. Names with flourish. Anything to change his boring life. His journey takes him to the heart of bureaucracy, and what he finds is not only a new ... More »