Director: Amiel Courtin-Wilson
This stylised documentary film follows a group of teenagers at a party that gradually disintegrates over the course of a night. An inspiring miniature, it traces the rhythms of an adolescent gathering with a sense of poetry, intimacy and remarkable simplicity.
You there. It's late. Imagine yourself with the lid coming down. The hymnsand requiems. The sense of movement as you're borne along to the next place. ... More »
"Jack is one of the most important people in my life. He is f**king unstoppable and I love him deeply for it. This film is a gift to him." - filmmaker Amiel Courtin-Wilson ... Jack Charles is Bastard… More »
A man details his most intimate and life changing moment in a moving monologue. ... More »
An ambitious experimental docudrama, Hail draws from the life experiences of its star: ex-criminal and jail-cell philosopher Danny Jones. ... Both epic love story and autobiography, the audacious Hai… More »
Meet some of the MIFF 2011's best local documentary filmmakers, talking about the art of nonfiction. Guests include Amiel Courtin-Wilson (Ben Lee: Catch My Disease, MIFF 2011; Bastardy, MIFF 2008), N… More »