Director: Genevieve Bailey
I Am Eleven (MIFF 2011) director Genevieve Bailey returns with this heart-warming story of 87-year-old June, who spends 12 hours a day on Facebook tending her internet farms while she waits for her war-photographer grandson to return from Afghanistan.
D Genevieve Bailey P Genevieve Bailey, Henrik Nordstrom WS Proud Mother Pictures TD DCP/2013
Curated for MIFF (by MIFF), Orbit takes a spin around all that's fresh and exciting in Australian and New Zealand music videomaking. Explosive and frenetic, these clips run the gamut from Fraggle-lik… More »
It's about love, it's about loss, it's about sex. ... Isolated, a lonely tollbooth operator watches as the world flows past him in a never-ending stream of vehicles, their passengers travelling to an… More »
Orbit 2008 takes a surprising spin around everything that's fresh and exciting in Australian and New Zealand music videomaking. Haunting and longing, sweet and satirical; these clips run the gamut fr… More »
A global glimpse into the tumultuous, evolving experience of being 11 years old. ... Filmmaker Genevieve Bailey spent four years travelling the world talking to 11-year-olds to compose this gentle, f… 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 »